A story of a man and a nation, Bharat movie story tries to be serious while hoping to entertain you with its cast and adventures.
Bharat Movie Review: 3 star
Bharat Movie Release Date: June 5, 2019
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More often than not Salman’s movie is all about creating a fictitious world where everything is in control of the protagonist, even if it doesn’t look like it. Released on Eid, Bharat movie review is a mix off good, bad and worse. Like all his recent movies, Salman has dawned the role of an exuberant man who is dedicated to either his family or his nation(in this case both). Produced at a staggering cost of INR 100 Crores, Bharat movie budget has been reflected well in the exotic locations and a star-studded support cast. The movie has something from everyone, meaning even if you don’t like Salman Khan and his movies personally, you might still come out entertained, given you leave logic behind.
The supporting cast is the lifeboat of Bharat movie
Every time the movie appears to be going on a downhill, cast of the movie comes to its rescue. Sunil Grover has played a vital role in the movie, providing the comedic timing and ensuring that emotional scenes don’t go flat, courtesy Salman Khan. Well, you can’t really expect Salman to express complex emotions, can you? Bharat movie cast features actors like Tabu, Sunil Grover, Satish Kaushik, Aasif Sheikh, and Kumud Mishra. Every little character is played out well and at some point, you would begin the consider the lead pair as the weak link of the movie.
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