Sarkarnama Part 4

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YEAR : 1997. PRODUCER : Prabhavi Chitra. DIRECTOR : Shrabani Deodhar. CO-ACTORS : Yashwant Dutt, Ajinkya Dev, Sukanya Kulkarni, Yatin Karyekar, Pratiksha Lonkar, Nandu Madhav, Makarand Anaspure, Ashwini Bhave, Ashutosh Gowarikar, Milind Gunaji, Haider Ali, Sharad Vyas, Shrikant Moghe. PLOT : The machinations and underhand dealings in the cesspool of politics is the backdrop of this movie. It revolves around an on-going game of one-upmanship between the state chief minister and his powerful opposition leader. The events relate to current issues so much that they start with the collapse of a cessed building, revealing the politician-builder nexus, as well as the industrialization of a rural area and the conseq- uent displacement of villagers, with a large number of players involved, including the honest, anti-establish- ment cop and nosey reporters. The climax takes place at the chief minister's daughter's wedding, where all these threads are woven into a fine web to trap the erring politicos.

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