Bharat : Well narrated period drama with a life

Bharat is one of the most awaited films of this year. The film was always in news since it announced. The Salman Khan starrer had it’s doze of controversies as well.

Leading lady Priyanka Chopra left the film when the shooting was about to begin. Later the makers had to bring in Katrina Kaif on board. Ms Kaif has managed her dates even left a project alongside Varun Dhawan to join Bharat.

The bitterness between Salman and Priyanka has reached a different level as she left Bharat.


Bharat is a film which takes us down the memory lane. It has captured the events during the Indo-Pak partition in 1947. The helplessness and atrocities the people had to face during that period is beautifully portrayed in this film.

The story of a family who lost their guardian during their transit and their struggle to survive is the core of Bharat. A young boy who promised his father to take care of his family and his path of thorns to succeed in life is what we see in Bharat.

There is nothing supernatural or artificial in this Ali Abbas Safar flick. Bharat is a film full of life.


Each and everyone did their best . Especially Salman Khan. His performance requires special mention as he fit into the shoes of a very normal character, who shows off only when the situation required him to.

The female lead in the film has an equally important character. Katrina played it effortlessly. The cameo by Disha was ample to soar the temperatures high. Disha’s chemistry with Salman Khan had more impact than the always paired Salman-Katrina duo.

Timely jokes by Sunil Grover and a powerful side role by Sonali Kulkarni will help Bharat as a film to remember .

As Salman Said, leaving Bharat will definitely be a big loss for the former miss world or may be it is written in the destiny of his all time favourite co-star, Katrina Kaif.


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