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Salman Khan Introduces Katrina’s Character In ‘Bharat’

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Salman Khan after recently sharing two posters from his next film ‘Bharat’ has now introduced Katrina Kaif’s character through social media. 

The story follows a protagonist’s journey through different phases of his life which showcases his different looks. 

In this poster, Salman can be seen as a miner while Katrina seems to be his in-charge officer.

After sharing the salt and pepper look followed by a young circus stuntman look, the ‘Race 3’ star shared this miner look which even features Katrina. He captioned this poster as “Aur phir humare zindagi mein aayi ‘Madam Sir’? #KatrinaKaif #BharatKaJunoon”

The film which is helmed by Ali Abbas Zafar also features Disha Patani, Tabu, Sunil Grover and Nora Fatehi in significant roles. ‘Bharat’ is slated to release on Eid this year.

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