‘Bharat’: Ali Abbas Zafar reveals why Salman Khan’s niece Alizeh Agnihotri was first one to watch the film

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Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer periodic drama ‘Bharat’ is one of the most anticipated films of the year. The director of the film, Ali Abbas Zafar reveals that it was Salman’s niece, Alizeh Agnihotri, who was the first person to watch the film. Any guesses why? Read on to find out.

‘Bharat’ is set to hit the screen soon and Salman Khan’s niece Alizeh Agnihotri got the golden opportunity of watching the film before anybody could watch. In an interview to a newspaper, director Ali Abbas Zafar revealed why he showcased the film first to Alizeh before anybody else. “One of my first instinct is that all the films that I make should be first shown to teenagers or kids of that age. I feel if the film is relevant to them, it will automatically be relevant for the senior generation. I showed Alizeh the film and she is one of the first people to see the film,” said Ali while speaking to India Today.

Salman Khan, who is known for making the family-based films, will be seen sporting five different looks in ‘Bharat’. The plot of the film traces the life story of a person called Bharat (Salman Khan), which is set in the backdrop of nationalism.

While the speculations of Alizeh’s Bollywood debut is making quite the buzz, the ‘Bharat’ director said that she is very fresh, she just finished her studies in London and is doing a lot of workshops too for her filmy debut. Ali Abbas Zafar also told India Today, “She is a lovely girl. Hopefully, she will also make it big in the industry, but right now, she wants to brush up her skills more before she steps into the whole idea of being an actress.”

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