Salman Khan books Eid 2019 for his next film Bharat

Salman Khan books Eid 2019 for his next film Bharat”

Ali Abbas Zafar, who is now directing Salman Khan for the much anticipated Tiger Zinda Hai alongside Katrina Kaif, will also be directing Bharat while Atul Agnihotri is happy to produce it.

Salman Khan and Eid have a special connection. It is important for producers to have Salman Khan's release during Eid which is also his fan base's preferred choice, hence Bharat is expected to release during Eid 2019. Continuing the tradition of releasing his films on the festive occasion of Eid, Bollywood's bhaijaan has booked the auspicious date for his 2019 release titled Bharat. And inspite of the film only being inspired by the Korean film, he wanted to buy the rights of the film before going ahead with the subject. Atul Agnihotri told the folks over at Mumbai Mirror that the movie would document the life and times not just of the protagonist (Bharat) but also the country itself.

Salman Khan is now busy with the shoot of "Tiger Zinda Hai" in Greece and is slated to hit the screens on December 22, 2017. Film insider Taran Adarsh reported the news this morning, sharing that the film will go on floors in April next year. But before taking the step, he thought of having a discussion with his father-in-law, the popular writer Salim Khan, who too supported him in his decision. "It's a huge responsibility making a film with Salman as there are big expectations that come with the job", he adds. Ali is a friend, I love his work and eventually it's all about connecting with the source. It is believed that Salman finds it lucky to release his films during the festival of Eid. After collaborating twice for films like Bodyguard and Hello, Atul Agnihotri and Salman Khan are all set to join hands once again for Bharat.

Revealing about where the shooting will take place, the filmmaker said, "We will be shooting in Abu Dhabi and Spain, besides Punjab and Delhi. It won't be about getting names together but will be honest in its depiction".

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