Since the inception of much anticipated project of Salman Khan i.e. Bharat, film has been in news. The film initiated massive debate after the Wagah Border image was released. Fans have been excited yet intrigued as to what Pakistani angle will be included. The film is said to be based around the time of partition which is an extremely sensitive and controversial topic if not dealt with caution.
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With the teaser of Bharat just three days away, we are all looking forward to see what Salman Khan has in stores for us this time. There have been films showing a positive imagery of Pakistani like Salman Khan and Kareena Kapoor starrer Bajrangi Bhaijaan. That film was extremely well received and it turned out to be a mega blockbuster despite heavy clash with Pakistani releases Wrong No and Bin Roye back in 2015.
The teaser of Bajrangi Bhaijaan had clearly shown that a Pakistani girl who couldn’t speak crossed over the border and entered India. Following the release of the teaser arose a lot of speculation in Pakistani trade that the film will have questionable content. While the teaser sparked emotions and was truly phenomenal, doubts crept in that it won’t release in Pakistan. However we were pleasantly surprised with its content.
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With Bharat we expect nothing less than the teaser of Bajrangi Bhaijaan. We hope to see 90 seconds of emotionally charged content with a possible glimpse of link to Pakistan. Bajrangi Bhaijaan till date is the best example where Pakistan and India were shown in such positive way.
While Bajrangi Bhaijan was directed by Kabir Khan, Bharat is directed by Sultan director Ali Abbas Zafar. The film crossed 300 crore on Pakistani Box office. Ali Abbas Zafar tends to glorify Salman by giving his character immense masculinity and swag, which has always struck a chord with fans. With Bharat lets see if the trend continues or there will be a balance between content and Salman’s image.
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The film is also releasing on Eid so it will be clashing with The Legend of Maula Jatt. Indian movies are not released on Eid however if the film passes censor it will be on screens a week later. It will be interesting to see both films go head to head.
It is no secret that Salman Khan and Khans in general have a huge fan following in Pakistan. Keeping that in mind they will quite possibly not show Pakistani in a negative light.
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