'Jawani Hamari Janeman Thi': Salman Khan on new Bharat poster

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'Jawani Hamari Janeman Thi': Salman Khan on new Bharat poster
'Jawani Hamari Janeman Thi': Salman Khan on new Bharat poster

Mumbai : Countdown for Salman Khan's upcoming movie – Bharat – trailer is already running. The actor has now shared a new poster from the movie featuring him in a young avatar. He captioned the image as – "Jawaani humari Jaaneman thi! #BharatKiJawaani."

His look seems to belong from a golden era of 90’s as the poster says 1964 and his is merged with a circus theatre. A big portion of Bharat will deal with this era and director Ali Abbas Zafar has shot it lavishly.

On Monday, the makers had released a poster in which Salman Khan was seen as an old man with a white beard and hairs. It has been learned that it will continue for a few more days till all five different looks of Salman Khan are revealed from the movie. The posters of other cast members including Katrina Kaif, Tabu, Jackie Shroff, Disha Patani and Sunil Grover will also be released.

Captioning his old beard look, Salman Khan had written, "Jitne safed baal mere sar aur dhaadi mein hain, usse kahin zyada rangeen meri zindagi rahi hain! #Bharat."

According to a report in Mid-Day, a source has revealed, “The film charts India’s journey from its independence in 1947 to 2010, as witnessed by Salman’s character Bharat. Both Salman and Katrina will sport five different looks as they age in the course of the narrative. Since there has been immense curiosity around their on-screen avatars, Salman suggested that each look be released individually. So, over the next five days, the team will unveil five posters, each depicting a decade of his life. While one sees him as a young acrobat in a circus, another has him as a middle-aged naval officer, and one more as a miner. This will be followed by a poster each of Katrina, Tabu, Jackie Shroff, Disha Patani and Sunil Grover.”

Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, the film is the big Eid release of the year and is set to hit theatres on June 5.