Bollywood actor Salman Khan is all set to be a part of one of the most anticipated projects, Bharat. The film will be helmed by the superstar's Sultan and Tiger Zinda Hai director Ali Abbas Zafar. The film will be produced by Salman's brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri. In the film, Salman will be seen in five different looks ranging for about 18 to 70 years. With the help of prosthetics and VFX, the superstar will be seen experimenting with his looks.
The movie is set to go on floors in the month of June and in February they will try with the look tests. Talking about it, Ali stated to a leading tabloid, "Bharat is a beautiful story seen through the eyes of Salman’s character. Since it spans seven decades, we decided to feature five extremely different looks. Each avatar will reflect the character’s transition; reflect on his life and times. We start shooting in June but prep kicks off on February 6."
Earlier, Ali revealed to a leading daily about Salman's look saying, "We have just locked the script. The idea is to make Salman look the way he appeared in “Maine Pyar Kiya” from the time he began his career to now. But we will know how much we can achieve only after our complete research is done."
Ali movie “Bharat” is the remake of 2014 Korean film An Ode To My Father and will extensively shot in locales of Punjab, Delhi, Abu Dhabi and Spain. Earlier, when the tabloid asked Atul the reason why he is not directing Bharat, he said, "I feel I contribute better as a producer. Ali is a friend, I love his work and eventually it’s all about connecting with the source. If you speak to him, you will realize that Ali is far more passionate about the material."