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Movie Review: Bharat

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Movie: Bharat Cast: Salman Khan, Sunil Grover, Katrina Kaif, Disha Patani Writer: Ali Abbas Zafar Director: Ali Abbas Zafar Our rating: 3.5/5 Official trailer:

Salman Khan can be seen at his emotional best with patriotic background score. The film stars Sunil Grover and exceptional cinematography that captured the true essence of every era. With a few glitches such as slow pace of the film, and unconvincing 70-year-old Salman; Bharat is a fun watch.

Ali Abbas decided to shoot a stand-alone scene as Bharat’s first scene and makes the film all stitched up. Bharat gets partitioned during 1947 from his father; now he has the responsibility to take care of his entire family. He gets down to wash cars, polishing shoes, even joins the circus and goes to the middle east for a good job. Salman is seen as a Merchant Navy officer who wants to keep his family together. He has a friend called Vilayati (Sunil Grover) and falls in love with Radha (Disha Patani) and MadamSir Kumud (Katrina Kaif). Bharat also on the quest to find his lost father (Jackie Shroff) and younger sister who was lost.

Bharat gives an emotional feel with performance of Salman Khan who is showcases the optimum limit of his talent as he’s very unconvincing in the old-age bits. His performances of Sultan, Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Tubelight have been appreciated by fans and he is good at emotional scenes. Katrina Kaif is good even in older portions, she has played with her voice tactfully.

Overall a great role for her. Sunil Grover plays the rich man’s Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub in Bharat and gets a huge role on the film. He offers more than the comic relief along with the friendship angle. Both Satish Kaushik and Shashank Arora have small roles. Jackie Shroff is great with limited screen time, his chemistry with Salman Khan’s character is written perfectly. Tabu appears only in one scene, which is great. Disha Patani adds to the attraction with her appearance but nothing substantial to the story.

Bharat should have hired Julius Packiam permanently to deliver the background score for Salman Khan films. Songs including Jyoti Nooran’s Aaya Na Tu is great.

Bharat cannot be compared to Sultan or Tiger Zinda Hai – it’s a slow paced film by Ali Abbas Zafar.

Bharat releases on 5th June, 2019.


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