Sardar provides an interesting take on how limelight and fame could motivate a person to work hard but not always with ethics and values. However, the discussion is only an interesting side track and the main plot of the film is more about celebrating the unsung praises of spies who dedicate their identities and lives only to perform their responsibilities the best way they could. "Once a spy, always a spy" says one of Karthi's avatars in the film, and it's not necessarily a line of swag. It comes from the pain of realizing once you go down that path there is no return to a normal way of life.

The film is a tribute to spies and secret agents who work in the dark to serve the light. Sardar Twitter Review: Go Through These Tweets Before You Book Tickets For Karthi's Spy Thriller! The film stars Raashi Khanna, Rajisha Vijayan, and Laila as the female leads. Laila is making a comeback after many many years and it feels nostalgic. Sardar is directed by PS Mithran and written by MR Pon Parthipan, Roju Bipin Ragu, and Geevee. Ruben is the film's editor, George C Williams is the DOP, and GV Prakash Kumar has composed the film's music.

Sardar has Karthi in a dual role. Other than Karthi, it stars Rashi Khanna, Rajisha Vijayan, Chunky Panday, and Laila. Speaking to Indian Express, Sadar director PS Mithran said, “Come, have a full meal. We have everything: things you have seen before, things you haven’t seen before, old things in a different dimension. The film has got it all.” Looks like Karthi’s film will be a palatable affair that will entice all.

However, he is competing with the most-bankable star of Kollywood currently – Sivakarthikeyan, who has churned out one of the biggest hits of this year, Don. On top of that, Prince is directed by Anudeep of Jaathi Rathnalu fame, which gives the movie a chance in the Telugu market as well. The only downside Siva has, for now, is the underwhelming trailer of Prince, which has not worked in favor of the film. It has to be seen whether Anudeep’s brand of comedy, which worked well with the Telugu audience, would strike a chord in Tamil Nadu.