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Salman Khan in several never seen avatars before in trailer of Bharat

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Mumbai: After making fans wait before releasing the trailer by launching not one but five movie posters for his upcoming film, the trailer of Salman Khan starrer ‘Bharat’ released on Monday.

 

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The film starring Bhaijaan with Katrina Kaif is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, and is the official remake of the hit Korean classic ‘Ode to My Father’. The film’s story line will see Salman in several avatars he’s never been seen before in.

The trailer promises an entertaining tale of a colourful life led by Salman Khan’s character Bharat, and his romance with ‘Madam Sir’ played by Katrina Kaif.

 

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Some of the things that we noticed in the trailer are:-

* The film’s name is BHARAT because in the year when our country got Independence, a child was born. Father named him ‘BHARAT’ and refused to give surname, because the name and weight of the name will be reduced to both of them. All these things are heard in movie trailer.

 

“BHARAT- Yet another Salman-Katrina-ALI Trio” to hit screens on EiD:

 

* Katrina sure did impress us this time with her HINDI and dialogue delivery.

* Sunil Grover’s presence is a hint that the movie will have humor and comedy in it. Sunil Grover is in the role of Salman’s close friend. Both of these trailers appear together in most of the scenes.

 

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* Hidden story – The story of the film is about a family, which is split between the two countries. In the original film, a child’s sister is lost somewhere in the crowd of sharing, her father stays in the old country to find him and sends that little child to another country. The purpose of this child’s life is to find your father and sister. In the trailer of ‘India’, there is a mention of the father’s issue but when it comes to sister, we only see these boards. In which to find a 5-year-old girl named Gudiya, her brother is staying here.

The trailer is quiet impressive and has become a hot topic in the public.We’re excited like everybody else can’t wait to watch the movie and share our reviews.

 

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Legendary music composer Khayyam passes away

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Mumbai: National award winning Bollywood music composer Mohammed Zahir Hashmi, 92, who was known only as Khayyam in his musical journey, passed away late on Monday night in a private hospital here following a brief illness, an aide said. He died after suffering from a lung ailment.

Khayyam was known for his music in Bollywood classics like “Kabhie Kabhie”, “Trishul”, “Razia Sultan”, “Noorie” and “Umrao Jaan”. He also composed music for Meena Kumari’s album, “I Write, I recite” featuring her singing her own poetic compositions.

Adorned with the National Award, the Sangeet Natak Academy Award and a Padma Bhushan, Khayyam was admitted to the Sujoy Hospital in Juhu last week for a lung infection, said his spokesperson Pritam Sharma.
Having a keen ear for music, he started his musical career from Ludhiana at the age of 17.

He was honoured with the National Award, and a Filmfare Award, besides several other honours for his melodious music in “Umrao Jaan”, starring Rekha, Naseeruddin Shah and Farooq Sheikh.

Khayyam’s non-film songs are equally loved by his fans, especially “Paon padun tore shyam”, “Brij mein laut chalo” and “Ghazab kiya tere waade pe aitbaar kiya”.

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