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uring the program, Bharat converses with Meher, a London resident adopted by a British family during the partition, and realizes she is Gudiya and comes back to India. An emotional reunion ensues. Janki dies soon after; Bharat hopes to find Gautam also.

Present day
Bharat decides to sell the store, which he stubbornly refused to do despite losses. Before reaching the train, Gautam promised he would reunite with him at the store, explaining why Bharat held on to the store for so long.

Bharat realizes Gautam is probably too old to survive still. He sees a vision of him, assuring that Bharat kept his promise and asking him to move on. Tearful, Bharat marries Kumud, finally moving on.

Salman Khan as Bharat: Janki and Gautam's son; Chote, Gudiya and Mehek's brother; Vilayti's friend; Radha's former love interest; Kumud's husband
Katrina Kaif as Kumud Raina Kumar: Bharat's chief engineer-turned-wife
Disha Patani as Radha: Bharat's friend and former love interest
Sunil Grover as Vilayti Khan: Bharat's best friend; Suzan's husband
Tabu as Meher "Gudiya" Kumar: Janki and Gautam's daughter; Bharat, Chote and Mehek's sister (special appearance)
Satish Kaushik as Jayram Shirodkar: Naval Officer
Jackie Shroff as Gautam Kumar: Jamuna's brother; Janki's husband; Bharat, Chote, Mehek and Gudiya's father (extended cameo)
Sonali Kulkarni as Janki Devi Kumar: Gautam's wife; Bharat, Chote, Mehek and Gudiya's mother
Aasif Sheikh as Hariwant Mehra: Mehek's husband; Kayaag's father-in-law
Nivin Ramani as Kayaag Zaveri: Meher and Hariwant's son-in-law
Nora Fatehi as Suzan Baig Khan: Vilayti's wife
Shashank Arora as Chaman "Chote" Kumar: Janki and Gautam's son; Bharat, Meher and Gudiya's brother
Kashmira Irani as Mehek Kumar Mehra: Janki and Gautam's daughter; Bharat, Chote and Gudiya's sister; Hariwant's wife; Kayaag's mother-in-law
Kumud Mishra as Keemat Rai Kapoor: Jamuna's husband; Bharat, Chote, Mehek and Gudiya's fraternal uncle
Ayesha Raza Mishra as Jamuna Kumar Kapoor: Gautam's sister; Keemat's wife; Bharat, Chote, Mehek and Gudiya's fraternal aunt
Meiyang Chang as Jimmy Shergill
Shehzad Khan as Surahil Azim: National Employment Exchange Officer
Edwin De La Renta as Michael: Pirate Gang Leader
Kabir Sajid Sheikh as young Bharat
Aryan Prajapati as young Vilayti
Riva Arora as young Radha
Matin Rey Tangu as young Jimmy
Brijendra Kala as Chacha
Gurvinder Singh Malhotra as Zalzala Singh
Bharat is based on the South Korean film Ode to My Father (2014), which traces the history of South Korea parallel to a man's life, spanning from the 1950s to the 2010s.

Bharat began principal photography in mid-April 2018, and was shot in Abu Dhabi, Spain, Malta, Punjab, Delhi and elsewhere. Priyanka Chopra, who was cast as one of the leading ladies, opted out of the film days before filming her scenes. Nikhil Namit, CEO of Reel Life Productions, said that Priyanka quit due to her engagement to Nick Jonas. She was replaced by Katrina Kaif. Kaif shared the news on her Instagram account that filming was wrapped up on 5 March 2019. The climax was shot in Film City.

Soundtrack album by Vishal–Shekhar
Released	17 May 2019
Recorded	2018
Genre	Feature film soundtrack
Length	35:32
Language	Hindi
Label	T-Series
Producer	Meghdeep Bose, Abhijit Nalani
Vishal–Shekhar chronology
Student of the Year 2
(2019)	Bharat
(2019)	War
External audio
audio icon Audio Jukebox on YouTube
The songs featured in the film were composed by Vishal–Shekhar, lyrics written by Irshad Kamil, with music arranger & producer Meghdeep Bose. Zafar wrote and composed the song "Zinda" with Julius Packiam.[citation needed] It is released under the banner T-Series. Devarsi Ghosh of Scroll.in positively summarised the soundtrack review as 'near-perfect.' Firstpost praised the song Chashni as "soul-stirringly beautiful."."Chashni" song was originally sung by Atif Aslam but was replaced.

Track listing
No.	Title	Singer(s)	Length
1.	"Slow Motion"	Nakash Aziz, Shreya Ghoshal	4:07
2.	"Chashni"	Abhijeet Srivastava	4:25
3.	"Aithey Aa"	Akasa Singh, Neeti Mohan, Kama

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