Pre-production of Salman’s ‘Bharat’ on in full flow


Salman Khan is all set to strike a hattrick with filmmaker Ali Abbas Zafar for ‘Bharat’. Reports already state that it is a remake of the Korean film ‘Ode to My Father’.

Director Ali Abbas Zafar says the pre-production of his upcoming film ‘Bharat’, starring superstar Salman Khan, is on in full swing.

“We are in full flow with pre-production of ‘Bharat’ the film. Lots of exciting news will come your way soon,” Zafar tweeted on Sunday. (Also Check: Salman and Akshay both fit the ‘Bharat’ bill, says Manoj Kumar

According to latest reports, the film will be shot over a span of seventy years of Indian history and will start at the partition. It will essentially cover the life of a man (Salman Khan) as he lives through these significant moments in history, leading up to the present.

Zafar said that it will be shot mainly in Punjab and they will try their best to replicate the era using costumes, arts and nuances. Currently, the film is in the pre-production stage and shooting is expected to start in June 2018.

On work front, Salman Khan is busy with the shoot of Race 3. The film also stars also stars also stars Jacqueline, Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Saqib Saleem and Daisy Shah. It will be releasing in June, 2018.