'Aur Phir Humare Zindagi Mein Aayi Madam, Sir': Salman Khan Shares New 'Bharat' Poster Featuring Katrina Kaif, Showcases Yet Another Look

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After revealing a couple of his looks from 'Bharat', Salman Khan has now shared another poster from the upcoming venture where he can be seen as a middle-aged man in 1970. The poster also unveiled the much-anticipated look of Katrina Kaif, who can be seen standing in what appears to be a quarry donning a white shirt and green pant.

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After revealing a couple of his looks from 'Bharat', Salman Khan has now shared another poster from the upcoming venture where he can be seen as a middle-aged man in 1970. The poster also unveiled the much-anticipated look of Katrina Kaif, who can be seen standing in what appears to be a quarry donning a white shirt and green pant. She can be seen posing with her curls while Salman Khan is featured in the backdrop sporting a shaped moustache and helmet. Sharing the poster on Instagram, Salman Khan revealed that in this phase of his life in the film he will be featured opposite Katrina, who he addressed as 'Madam' in the post.

He captioned the poster saying, "Aur phir humare zindagi mein aayi 'Madam Sir'😉 @katrinakaif #BharatKaJunoon @bharat_thefilm  @aliabbaszafar @atulreellife  #BhushanKumar @tabutiful  @apnabhidu  @sonalikul @dishapatani  @whosunilgrover @norafatehi @iaasifsheikhofficial@nikhilnamit @reellifeproduction@skfilmsofficial @tseries.official"

Here's the post:

This look of Salman Khan is very different from the looks he shared previously. In earlier posters, he has been featured as a bearded old man and a fresh-faced youth. 

Take a look:

 

'Bharat' which stars Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Disha Patani, Sunil Grover and Nora Fatehi in pivotal roles, is all set to hit the theatres on Eid in 2019. While major details about the big film have been kept under the wraps, media reports suggest that it is an official adaptation of Korean film 'An Ode To My Father'.

Reportedly, set in the backdrop of Indian Independence, 'Bharat' portrays the journey of a man named 'Bharat', played by Salman, in parallel with the journey of the country towards independence. 

Director Ali Abbas Zafar revealed that it is set in the backdrop of partition and the consequent refugee camps and said that it will feature one of the most traumatic times that the state has faced and will span from 1960s to 1990s, after which it will move to current times. It has a tagline that reads: 'Journey of a man and a nation together'. The film is backed by Atul Agnihotri, Alvira Khan Agnihotri, Bhushan Kumar's T-Series and Salman Khan.

 

 

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