Salman Khan's 'Bharat' to go on floors this weekend
The film also features Global star Priyanka Chopra along with Tabu and Disha Patani in lead roles. Details of Tabu's character have been kept under the wraps.
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Speaking about the much anticipated circus sequence, Zafar said, "This is Salman's and Disha's introduction. He plays a daredevil stunt-motorcyclist in the circus, while she is a trapeze artist. They both will go through a metamorphosis through the course of the film. The prosthetic will take Salman back to his Karan Arjun days."
The film will feature the 'Dabangg' star sporting five different looks. The star will also recreate his Maine Pyaar Kiya look.
Divulging further about the film, Ali Abbas Zafar said, "We will be ending the Mumbai schedule with a Holi song featuring
Priyanka and Salman. She joins the shoot in August and will have different looks in the film, which the team has been working on in great detail, as the film travels from the 1960s to the present day."
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The hit director-actor duo will be marking a hattrick with 'Bharat' after their last outing 'Tiger Zinda Hai'.
Produced by Atul Agnihotri's Reel Life Production Pvt. Ltd and Bhushan Kumar's T-Series, the movie is slated to release on Eid next year.
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