Review of Movie Bharat starring Salman Khan
|Salman Khan stars in Bharat, a film about a man and a nation. In the film, through Salman Khan’s character (Bharat), we see a nation’s journey through some of its best and worst phases after the partition all the way to the present day. Director Ali Abbas Zafar makes good use of two and a half hours to show us the ups and downs that the man and the nation go through.
Bharat is the official adaptation of 2014 South Korean drama, Ode to My Father. After he is separated from his father and sister during the Indo-Pak partition as a child, Bharat’s entire life has been dedicated to keeping the promise he made to his father – he would always look after his mother and siblings, and keep his family together. The rest of the film is about Bharat’s personal and professional choices set against the backdrop of its time as he constantly reminded of that promise he made as a child.Salman Khan once again delivers a crowd-pleasing performance in Bharat, where he dons five different looks. Salman shares superb on-screen chemistry with Katrina Kaif once again. One of the highlights of the film is comedian-actor Sunil Grover who brings lightness yet sensitivity to his role as Bharat’s best friend, Vilayti. Though many critics have commended the film for its entertainment value, a few have criticized its length saying that it’s exhausting. Though the film is an entertaining roller coaster ride, it also feels scattered at times.
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Ali Abbas Zafar
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Ode to My Father
Review of Movie BHARAT
Movie bharat of salman khan