This “Bharat” movie poster will put you in curiosity! Salman Khan going grey for the very first time

Salman Khan is good to go to release the trailer of Bharat soon this month and fans can't resist the urge to get amped up for it. Today, Salman shared one of his look from the film in a blurb and it definitely will abandon you captivated.

Salman Khan took to twitter to share the primary publication of his much anticipated film, Bharat. In the publication, Salman can be viewed as an elderly person who guarantees to grandstand an epic adventure. While the film's secret displayed five unique looks of Salman, this specific look of him was held under the wraps and henceforth, will undoubtedly drum up some excitement.

Bharat is helmed by Ali Abbas Zafar and is a revamp of the South Korean film, An Ode to my Father. While the shoot and subtleties of the film have been held under the wraps, Salman prodded the gatherings of people with stills occasionally via web-based networking media.

Bharat likewise stars Jackie Shroff, Disha Patani, Tabu, Sunil Grover and Nora Fatehi. The trailer of the film is relied upon to turn out on April 24 and is without a doubt among the most foreseen ones of this current year. In the publication, we can see Salman Khan as an elderly person and underneath we can see the segment venture in which Jackie Shroff and his better half Sonali Kulkarni and children are seen. While the film's secret likewise grandstands a scene like this, we can hardly wait to perceive what Bharat's trailer delivers. Bharat is slated to discharge on Eid, for example June 5, 2019.

by Lokendra Sharma | Mon, Apr 15 - 12:45 PM

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