The film will be made by Ali Abbas Zafar, who has also directed Salman in Tiger Zinda Hai, which releases this year on Christmas. He is keeping the tradition alive by booking his Eid slot in advance. The producer has declared his next big project with Salman named Bharat, which is an official adaptation of a South Korean drama, Ode To My Father. The movie also highlights events such as the Hungnam Evacuation, 1950 Korean War and the Vietnam war.
3- It traces the journey of a man that starts in 1947 and ends in 2002.
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. The story will revolve around a man and a country's journey, both having the same name i.e. Bharat. It will be helmed by Tiger Zinda Hai director Ali Abbas Zafar. The movie will be shot in Abu Dhabi and Spain, also in Punjab and Delhi in India with elaborate sets.
"That film is just the starting point for ours but since it was an inspiration, we wanted in all fairness to officially own it and acquired the remake rights before going ahead with Bharat", he said in a release.
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Atul also revealed that he has roped in Salman because of his long association with his him as an actor, producer and director, apart form being family of course. Salman seems quite impressed with Ali as Bharat will be his third film with him in 4 years.
After several speculations making grounds about Bollywood megastar Salman Khan coming together with brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri for a forthcoming film, it has now been confirmed that the two of them are coming together for a film titled Bharat. "If you speak to him, you will realise that Ali is far more passionate about the material", he added. He said, 'I'm very conscious about Salman's fan base and what they want.
The actor-producer duo's film will hit the celluloid on the festive period once again post the blockbuster 2011 "Bodyguard".