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Bharat: Salman Khan leaves for shoot in Punjab, Wagah border to be recreated there?

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Nov 11, 2018, 7:04 pm IST
Updated Nov 11, 2018, 7:04 pm IST
After the whole cast waited in Mumbai, they, including Bhai, are now off to Punjab to shoot for an intense sequel.
Salman Khan at airport, before leaving to Chandigarh for Bharat shoot.
 Salman Khan at airport, before leaving to Chandigarh for Bharat shoot.

Director Ali Abbas Zafar, who gave a blockbuster in December 2017 in the name of ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’, is all set to bring Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif once again in ‘Bharat’.

The movie is extremely special for Salman due to some unknown reasons, and Katrina, who was keen on doing the movie even before she was cast, also seems to have dissolved herself into the role as she was seen prepping hard for it a few hours before her Zero trailer was unveiled.

 

After the whole cast waited in Mumbai, they are now off to Punjab to shoot for an intense sequel.

Looking suave in maroon tee and denims paired with aviators, Salman Khan threw his swag all around, leaving everybody in awe.

The team is reportedly all set to recreate Wagah border there, which is basic for recreating the intense portions of the film.

A source from the team told DNA, “The film will span across seven decades and will also capture the evolution of India, along with its main leading character (played by Salman). The team had to film a few portions at the Wagah border, but it wasn’t feasible for security reasons.” So, for the Punjab leg of the shoot, the team has built a gigantic set. “Producer Atul Agnihotri and Ali have envisioned the film in a certain way and they are making sure it looks like a visual extravaganza. They have recreated the Wagah border in Ludhiana where Salman and Katrina will be shooting for the next eight days, starting today.”

Apart from Punjab, the Bharat team will also shoot small portions in Delhi and Mumbai.

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