Bharat New Poster DECODED: Salman Khan's intriguing and old look reveals much more than what meets the eyes

While we wait to catch more of Salman Khan's new looks from Bharat, here we decode the new poster that reveals much more than what meets the eyes. Check it out.
Bharat New Poster DECODED: Salman Khan's intriguing and old look reveals much more than what meets the eyesBharat New Poster DECODED: Salman Khan's intriguing and old look reveals much more than what meets the eyes
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Bharat starring Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif in the lead roles is one of the highly anticipated releases of the year. Salman Khan will be seen in different looks in this Ali Abbas Zafar directorial. The superstar essays varied looks right from a child to an old man. The makers of the film unveiled the much awaited new look of the film featuring Salman Khan. The Sultan star also took to Twitter to share the new look and wrote as, "Jitne safed baal mere sar aur dhaadi mein hain, usse kahin zyada rangeen meri zindagi rahi hain! #Bharat." 

As soon as the new poster was released, Salman Khan's fans went bonkers. The actor's look is receiving a great response and is leaving everyone curious to know what's in the stores next. According to reports, the film revolves around the key political event of India-Pakistan partition, and the journey of the lead character through six decades. Well, there is a lot of curiosity around Salman Khan's looks in the film. While we wait to catch more of his new looks, here we have decoded the new poster that reveals much more than what meets the eyes.

Here's the low down: 

> The poster sees the visuals of an overcrowded train at a railway station. 

> Alluding to the heart-wrenching pictures from the partition of India-Pakistan 

> The tagline of the film describes the "journey of a man and a nation together." 

> One can also see Jackie Shroff in a troubled situation as he tries to save a child. 

> The woman in white holding kids is none other than actress Sonali Kulkarni who plays a significant role in the film. 

Reportedly, Bharat also starring Disha Patani, Sunil Grover and Tabu is based on Korean war drama An Ode To My Father. The rights of which were bought by Salman's brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri. Bharat is slated for an Eid 2019 release, i.e. June 5. 

Also Read:  Katrina Kaif's latest still from Bharat adds more to our excitement for the trailer; take a look 

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Salman is looking cute...

a glimpse of how Salman will look like opp alia in inshallah.

and guess what he is trying to act ! lol

Finally playing his age!

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