Bharat movie review: Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif’s film rides high on emotion


Bharat movie review

Star Cast: 

Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Varun Grover, Jackie Shroff, Disha Patani


Ali Abbas Zafar


Reel Life Productions, Salman Khan Films and T-Series


4/5 Stars

Music Director:

Vishal-Shekhar, Julius Packiam

Bharat movie review

Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer Bharat has been released in cinemas. The film is an official remake of a Korean film An Ode To My Father. It depicts the history of India through the life of an ordinary man. Here is Bharat movie review which might help you to watch it.

Bharat movie review

Story of the movie:

Bharat (Salman) is a resident of Pakistan (Mirpur) before the partition. He has to shift to India, and in the process, he loses his father and sister during the Indo-Pak partition in 1947 as a child. As per his last conversation with his father, Bharat promises to take care of his remaining family, mother (Sonali Kulkarni) and two siblings, till his father returns. His life evolves from a circus stuntman to a coal mine worker in the UAE to a shop owner. Throughout his life, his concern for family drives his decisions. In the meantime, he befriends Vilayati (Sunil Grover), falls in love with MadamSir Kumud (Katrina Kaif). Will he reunite with his missing father and sister? For this, you have to watch the film.

Star Performance:

Salman Khan has delivered his role brilliantly. Katrina Kaif have also played her role very well. Sunil Grover as Vilayati delivers a winning performance. Jackie Shroff is good and with very less screen time, his chemistry with Salman’s character is penned perfectly. Tabu just has one scene, which is good. Disha Patani has done justice to her role.

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Music Direction:

The film’s music is good. Songs like Slow Motion and Chashni are already hit among the audience.


The film’s direction is good. The film has amazing production values. Dialogues are catchy.  Action choreography is the attractions on the technical front. However, the director has tried hard to make the film entertaining and engaging, But it is dragging in some parts and also its narration appears to be lengthy. But, overall, the film is good.

Watch Or Not:

What are you waiting for? Go and watch it with your entire family.

Bharat Trailer:

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