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Genre :  Action
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'Bharat' is a journey of a man and a nation together. At the cusp of India's birth as an Independent nation, a family makes an arduous journey to freedom. However, this freedom comes at a cost. An 8 year old boy, Bharat, makes a promise to his Father that he will keep his family together no matter what - a promise that he keeps over the next 60 years of his life, despite each decade throwing a new set of challenges at him - some humorous, some thrilling, some romantic while some life-threatening. His resilience, loyalty and a never dying spirit mirrors the fundamental qualities of our nation - Bharat!

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Bharat is a 2019 Indian Hindi-language action drama film written and directed by Ali Abbas Zafar. It is jointly produced by Atul Agnihotri, Alvira Khan Agnihotri, Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Nikhil Namit and Salman Khan under the banners Reel Life Productions, Salman Khan Films and T-Series.

Genre: Action

Running Time: 175 min

Release Date: 04 June 2019

Starring: Katrina Kaif, Salman Khan, Jackie Shroff, Disha Patani

Language: Hindi

Subtitle(s): Arabic, Hindi

Reviews

BHARAT

HERE WE GO,
⏺The movie starts with the partition of a family and it is quite emotional.
⏺BHARAT promises his father to be unite with his family and he fulfills that promise too.
⏺The very start of the movie is entertaining with some Top Class dance and action.You'll not be 🅱🅾🅾R.
⏺But after dance numbers the typical film starts.Sunil Grover has done a great job in comedy sector and salman supports him well too.The acting is TOP CLASS(Salman is a great actor).Katrina Kaif looks quite fainted in ACTING SECTOR(HER ACCENT ).
Still better than NARGIS FAKHRI in ROCKSTAR but lacks that connection.
⏺After middle part,the film is booring especially the end part.I feel like there is something great to come but nothing.
The film ends with a message :

"THE TRUE ALPHA MALE NEVER LETS HIS FAMILY TO FALL DOWN IN ANY SITUATION AND KEEPS HIS RESPONSIBILTY AT THE TOP "

I would like to give the film

✴✴✴/5 (IF SHAHRUKH KHAN WAS IN SALMAN'S PLACE)

BUT for SALMAN'S great acting and his AURA which makes his every film special ,FROM MY SIDE

✴✴✴✴/5

Keeping everything apart, SALMAN KHAN IS A GREAT ACTOR ND REALLY BY HIS ACTING HE CAN MAKE A POOR FILM BLOCKBUSTER.
YOU should bother yourself a bit and go watch that movie ASAP.😀

Also
"Sher budhaa zaruur hogya hai parr BLOCKBUSTER film dena nai chodega"

LOVE YOU SALMAAN BHAI😉
Bharat review :

At ripe age of seventy, he can fight armed goons on bikes. "Dont go by my grey hair; my life has been colorful", he asserts with a naughty tinge in his eyes.

Meet Mr. Bharat (Salman Khan), a guy who's seen it all. From Chacha Nehru's death to India's first world cup win and from Amitabh Bachchan's rise to stardom to Dr. Manmohan Singh actually speaking (!!!); this gentleman has truly aged along with the country he's named after.

Losing his father (Jackie Shroff) and chhoti sister during the 1947 partition in a Gadar : Ek Prem Katha (2001) styled train tragedy, Bharat's sole aim is to take care of his mom and other members and also hold on to his sole family property - Hind Ration shop - come what may. To make ends meet, he keeps hopping odd jobs - from a circus artist to an oil rig worker to a Navy technician - through the decades.

In between this journey, he has a trapeze hottie Radha (Disha Patani) falling for him and later, his Gulf job recruiter - 'Madam Sir' (Katrina Kaif) as he calls her - turning in to his life partner.

An official adaptation of South Korean drama 'Ode to my Father' (2014), Bharat retains its core theme but then needlessly stuffs the screenplay with it's own comic sequences probably to appeal to a larger audience (and Bhai fans). Unfortunately, most of this forced humour falls flat on its mooh. Like Sunil Grover's cringe inducing chaddi comedy as well as a pirate attack making a total mockery of 'Captain Phillips' (2013). Tsk tsk!!

Quite obviously, writer- director Ali Abbas Zafar has bitten more than he can chew here and that reflects in the way the film simply dithers and withers post intermission. Certain sub plots like a TV channel's attempt to re-unite long estranged relatives from both sides of the Wagah Border appear downright childish and never ending. Yawwnnn!!

On the positive, Salman Bhai is simply super in the titular role and pitches in a stellar performance. His old guy look is awesome. Its difficult to imagine any other star adding such style and swag to this role. Well done Bhaijaan!!

Of the rest, Disha Patani has one song and one scene. Tabu gets two scenes. So does Jackie Shroff. Sunil Grover, getting a meatier role, is sincere. Conjuring an ever cracking chemistry with Bhai, Katrina Kaif has performed better than ever before.

On the tech front, the bygone 60's to 90's era doesn't impress you the way it should have. The visuals and settings are strictly okay. Vishal and Shekhar's music is a let down. In fact, a couple of songs can be deleted from the film. Editing needed to be more crisp and those frequent cuts to the partition scene get repetitive after a point.

All seen and endured, Bharat is not as bad as Bhai's last two duds - 'Race 3' (2018) and 'Tubelight' (2017) but then not as wow as his 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' (2015) and 'Sultan' (2016). The film will fall somewhere between the average to good category depending on how big a Salman fan you are!!!

Regards,
Sumeet Nadkarni