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  1. 1. Film introduction Directed By: Ram Gopal varma Produced by : Parag sanghavi & Ram gopal varma Story By: Manish Gupta Music By : Back Ground Amar Mohile Songs: Bapi-Tutul Editing by : Nitin Gupta Amit Parmar Distributed by : K Sera Sera Sahara One Budget : 13 crore Box office : 40 crore
  2. 2. Amitabh Bachchan as Subhash Nagre (Sarkar) Abhishek Bachchan as Shankar Nagre Kay Kay Menon as Vishnu Nagre Ravi Kale as Chander Katrina Kaif as Pooja Tanisha Mukherjee as Avantika Anupam Kher as Motilal Khurana Zakir Hussain as Rashid Raju Mavani as Vishram Bhagat Ishrat Ali as Khansaab Kota Srinivasa Rao as Selvar Mani Cast Of Sarkar
  3. 3. The enemies of Sarkar, Subhash Nagre - Rashid, Vishram, Mani, and a Chandraswami look alike swami - design a two-fold plan. They bump-off Minister Idealistic Khurana (a wonderful Part played by Anupam Kher) and the blame falls on Sarkar An attack in prison is foiled by Shankar and soon Sarkar is released on bail. The adversaries now decide to unleash Vishnu on his father. Shankar spoils the party this time also. It's payback time and one-by-one all the evil-doers are eliminated from the face of the earth. Sarkar retires and looks over the balcony with grand-child in arms. Shankar is the new Sarkar. The legacy continues... Story of Sarkar
  4. 4. Analysis of Sarkar by Managerial aspects Sarkar Analysis Foundation Sales & Marketing IT & technology Human Resources Finance Operation
  5. 5. LEADERSHIP • Concern for People • Directive Leadership • Participative Leadership • Democratic Leadership • Visionary Leadership • Transformational Leadership VALUE ORIENTATION • Fairness • Responsibility • Good Mannerisms • Discipline Motivation • Human Good Motivation • Personal Motivation • Interpersonal Motivation Foundational analysis
  6. 6. Leadership • leaders look upon their followers as their people - their needs, interests, problems, development, and so on. They are not simply units of production or means to an end. This is shown when 'Sarkar' rejects deals for personal benefit Concern for People • By leaders taking decisions for others - and expecting followers or subordinates to follow instructions. At the times, when 'Sarkar' gives different orders to his subordinates, this style is shown. Directive Leadership • Here leaders try to share decision-making with others . This style can be observed when 'Sarkar' asks his subordinates what to do next Participative Leadership • 'Sarkar' is patient listener, collaborator, influential and a team- leader. He very well realizes the challenges facing him. Democratic Leadership • Sarkar' sometimes shows this style's traits too. Like when he simply believes his own vision and changes according to the situation, when his close people like Chief Minister conspire against him. Visionary Leadership • For Shankar, this was the appropriate style. He was not a born leader as his father Subhash Nagare, but situation made him so Transformational Leadership
  7. 7. Value orientation Fairness • 'Sarkar' was fair to everybody. He even went against his own son for the justice for an unknown actor's death Responsibility • Even when he was getting twenty to thirty lakhs rupees for allowing the transaction of illegal things in the city, 'Sarkar' rejected it as it was against society's benefit. Similarly, when the minister asked him to vacate the land on which the poor people were living, he straightaway said, 'No', as he had to answer the society for which he was working. Good Mannerisms • He always avoided anything rude in front of his grand-son so that he might not get any wrong message. He even scolded Vishnu for the same Discipline • He maintained the sanctity of his home. When his colleague talked in loud tones, he asked him to lower down his tone. He never interfered in the work of others. When his friend came to him for a break in movies, although he could use his power for that, but he merely said, "I don't interfere in others' work."
  8. 8. Motivation • 'Sarkar' did the social work just for his own self-satisfaction. So we can say that the innate drive for 'Sarkar' was the drive to bond with others. With this drive to bond, he was eager to form good relationships within the society and develop mutual caring commitments with others. He, thus, cooperated. Human Good Motivation • when Vishnu came to know about the affair of the hero & heroine of his movie, he killed the hero because he loved the heroine. To motivate that heroine Sarkar personally go to her set and making her to take right decision. Personal Motivation • attempts to explain relational satisfaction in terms of perceptions of fair / unfair distributions of resources within interpersonal relationships. The movie very well depicts this where 'Sarkar' poses no biases and, thus, treats every body at equal level. Interpersonal Motivation
  9. 9. Planning Priorities Strategies Location Technological Choices Control Management Master Plan scheduling STEPS OF OPERATIONs MANAGEMENT
  10. 10. Operation of Murder In this movie the planning which they have made for the murdered of Subhash Nagare was not unsuccessful. Because of there execution, management , control, strategy of planning was not good. Due to this they got failure in their operation. On the other hand operation of Shankar for taking revenge was up to the mark.
  11. 11. . Planning:- Plans should be firm and flexible to achieve goals. Manager should be very clear about his decisions, before finally implementing the decision,. The decision should be after careful for-thought of all consequences arising thereof. Hence it becomes imperative for others to accept the decision knowing that the logic used by the manager was reliable. Strategy: - The manager should fully cooperate with others in the implementation of plans . It is team work which enables the plans /goals to be accomplished. Priorities:- The manager should prioritize between tasks that need to be achieved before the others. Hence accordingly the resources and manpower should be directed towards accomplishing the priority tasks.
  12. 12. . Control :- The manager should be capable of having effective control on all the situation. Management:- The manager should effectively plan and manage all the resources, time, finance etc as the situation demands. Master Plan scheduling:- Clear Vision of the Future They Wish to Create. All the decisions should be in alignment with other over-riding objectives and should be moved in the direction of this one decision.
  13. 13. Sales and marketing analysis Sales Manger Benefited by Movie Integrity Knowledge of the Business Self Control Doing More Than What's People Paid For Pleasing Personality Team Work
  14. 14. Integrity: He had the capacity to walk his talks. Whatever he said, he did it. That brought him respect and a value to his persona. He had the right balance of all the qualities like honesty, truthfulness, patience, etc. Self Confidance: ‗ Sarkar' had the great confidence in him when he said, "Main vahi karta hoon, jo mujhe theek lagta hai, phir chahe vo system ke khilaaf ho..." (I do what feels right to be, even when it means going against the system), proves that he had the capability of doing the deeds confidently and clearly. Intelligence: His far-sightedness and ability to discern the problems and, thus, solving them effectively proved this point.
  15. 15. • Doing More Than What's People Paid For: Effort and sacrifice get leaders to the position of authority in the first place. 'Sarkar' is not indulging in any kind of financial transactions himself with the people he helps. He even refuses bribe money offered to him to allow an illegal operation to take place. Pleasing Personality: People have to like the people they follow, and will do anything to provide help to great inspiring leaders (even to death). 'Sarkar' went to the jail and asked his son to leave the country so that he is saved from all the politics. He even stopped the public to protest against his arrest, which shows that he was a popular person among the public.
  16. 16. Team Work Sarkar is an efficient team-player. He knows that people's support is very necessary for him to be successful. He proved to be successful in his work as he always had full support of his team, as: - · He respected each man in his team. · For him, every body was equal. So he was free of bias in his approach. · He always helped his men, so everybody was grateful to him. · He gave autonomy to his people to do the work the way they wanted. · He maintained his values and so everybody too was accountable in context of those values. · He maintained a good network with his people, so was good in communication - verbal and non-verbal both. · He also directed the work efficiently, thus, acted as efficient guide.
  17. 17. Financial managerial aspects from the movie ―sarkar‖ We have tried to co-relate some scenes in this movie to the functioning in the Finance Department. Budget 13 crores Box office 40 crores Financial review:
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  19. 19. .Going for steady income in long term, than looking for higher income in short term with a short product life line Manager should be very firm on his decisions. He must be good at identifying the problem. He must also be quick in his decisions but at the same time he must consider the long-term effect of any decision rather than the short-term profits. Taking challenges and risk with new product Investing in new project with the foresight to have profits in the long run. Taking challenges with new innovations in the market and to withstand with the competition.
  20. 20. Human Resource Analysis of Movie HR Analysis Decision Making Stress Management Conflict & Negotiation
  21. 21. Stress Management In the movie Sarkar, although 'Sarkar' is good at managing stress, but he still felt it when his own son, Vishnu, went against him. Also he was charged of crime which he didn't commit in the first place, so he was indeed in stress, but came out of it fast enough when he got the support of his other son, Shankar. · Interpersonal Stress: In his personal stress, he was not as successful as his elder son, Vishnu, was always against him and, thus, created problems in his work too. · Work-related Stress: With the great support of his team and its members, he rarely felt stress at work. Also, he was very clear in his values and his purpose of work; so this facilitated the smooth functioning of his work. He was very clear of his role in life and so stayed away from work-related stress.
  22. 22. Human Resource Human Resource Management (HRM) is the function within an organization that focuses on recruitment of management and providing direction for the people who work in the organization. You can clearly observe that Subhash nagare plays a role himself as an organization where he performs a organizational function that deals with issues related to people such as safety , wellness, benefits and motivation.
  23. 23. Decision Making 'Sarkar' was very firm on his decisions. When Rashid came to him to get permission for illegal transactions, he denied even when he hiked the commission on each transaction by 50%, which would have been very appealing to anyone else. He also had fore-sight about the problems that could happen to him due to Rashid, and so directed his men to keep an eye on him. So in this way, he was good at identifying the problem. He was also quick in his solutions but he always considered long-term effect of any decision rather than the short-term profit.
  24. 24. Conflict & Negotiation · Incompatible Goals: The aim of Rashid and Vishnu was same - that of making money. Although in case of Vishnu, it was more due to ego and want of power while Rashid wanted to do illegal deeds to make profits. 'Sarkar', on the other hand, had sole motive to do social work. So the two contradictory goals created conflicts but in the end the noble intent won. · Different Values & Beliefs: Vishnu had the belief that if one had power, it should be used to grow anyhow, but 'Sarkar' considered power as unity. So the two different set of beliefs led to conflict. However, to manage the conflicts, 'Sarkar' employed negotiation that was quite one-sided. He asked Vishnu to leave the home and that's how conflict changed into war.
  25. 25. RAM GOPAL VERMA( Rough Director) Ram Gopal Varma known as RGV is an Indian film director, screenwriter and producer. Varma has directed, written and produced films across multiple genres — psychological thrillers, underworld gang warfare, road movies, horrors, fictional films, politician-criminal nexus, experimental films and musicals in multiple languages IT & Technological Analysis
  26. 26. Fan Flas FAN , FLASH & LIGHT CAMERA MICROPHONE Movie Set Requirement
  27. 27. Mini Video Camera POV Action Video Camera Handheld Video camera Trolley Main Camera Camera Technology
  28. 28. Action board Canon Digital Film Making, Basic Lighting Fans Movie Setup Accessories
  29. 29. Micro Microphones Rotating Microphones Handheld Microphones Microphone Technology
  30. 30. Dolby Digital is the common version containing up to six discrete channels of sound. The most elaborate mode in common use involves five channels for normal-range speakers (20 Hz – 20,000 Hz) (right front, center, left front, rear right, rear left) and one channel (20 Hz – 120 Hz allotted audio) for the subwoofer driven low-frequency effects. Mono and stereo modes are also supported. AC-3 supports audio sample-rates up to 48 kHz Sound System
  31. 31. The above analysis very well illustrates that the movie Sarkar is a successful script to depict many traits of leadership and motivation. It gives an insight of the leadership approach in a highly diplomatic and political environment. It also teaches us the importance of values and ethics in the organization, as it directly contributes towards the power and your influence on your team. Also the sole purpose is the basic element of any work. Applications in Life Through this movie, we can learn some practical lessons to be applied as a future leader. They are: - · Keep Goals Clear: 'Sarkar' knew the purpose of his deeds ie social work, so to know your purpose makes you more focused and productive. · Stick to Values: 'Sarkar' never compromised on his values and ethics at work, and due to this, he had a great people support, those who respected him and worshiped him as their leader. Conclusion
  32. 32. Flexibility: The leader should be flexible enough to change according to the situation like at times 'Sarkar' was democratic and some times autocratic. · Visionary: As 'Sarkar' was a visionary, he did not feel any great stress at sudden happenings. So the leader should be a good fore-sighted person. On top of all these, a leader should be a good human being to understand people and, thus, to lead them. Conclusion