Salman Khan’s first look from ‘Bharat’ is as intense as it gets

Salman Khan looks intense in brand new poster of Bharat

As soon as the new poster was released, Salman Khan's fans went insane.

Taking to his social media handles, Salman shared the first look poster of the film. For his role in the film, Salman Khan has undergone multiple look changes as its timeline is spread across decades - from 1960 till current times.

The actor shared the poster with a caption that read, "Jitne safed baal mere sar aur dhaadi mein hain, usse kahin zyada rangeen meri zindagi rahi hain!".

Earlier, the makers have shared the looks from the film which were quite intriguing, the team has been actively sharing behind the scenes pictures and glimpses from the sets of the film that has left the audience in awe and asking for more.

Another interesting detail about the poster is how it hints at Jackie and Sonali playing a young Salman's parents in the film. In the poster, the superstar is seen donning an old man's look with grey hair, beard and framed spectacles. The film's trailer will be on 24th April. The film also happens to be the second collaboration between Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif and director Ali Abbas Zafar after their first film "Tiger Zinda Hai" together. A screenshot of film footage shows her smiling in what looks like a green sari, with only a black bindi as accessory.

While it still remains a mystery as to how many and what characters will Salman play in the movie, the new poster of "Bharat" has taken the internet by storm unleashing a wave of intrigue and curiosity amongst his fans. The film will show the journey of the country from its early days of independence to till now as the lead character also named "Bharat" grows along with the nation.



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