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harat (film)
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Directed by	Ali Abbas Zafar
Written by	Screenplay:
Ali Abbas Zafar
Varun V. Sharma
Varun V. Sharma
Story by	Original Story:
Yoon Je-kyoon
Adapted Story:
Ali Abbas Zafar
Based on	Ode to My Father
by Yoon Je-kyoon
Produced by	
Atul Agnihotri
Alvira Khan Agnihotri
Bhushan Kumar
Krishan Kumar
Nikhil Namit
Salman Khan
Salman Khan
Katrina Kaif
Disha Patani
Sunil Grover
Jackie Shroff
Cinematography	Marcin Laskawiec
Edited by	Rameshwar S. Bhagat
Music by	
Julius Packiam
Reel Life Productions
Salman Khan Films
Distributed by	AA Films
Release date	
5 June 2019
Running time	155 minutes
Country	India
Language	Hindi
Budget	?100 crore
Box office	est. ?325.6 crore
Bharat (transl.?India) is a 2019 Indian Hindi-language drama film written and directed by Ali Abbas Zafar. It is jointly produced by Atul Agnihotri, Alvira Khan Agnihotri, Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Nikhil Namit and Salman Khan under the banners Reel Life Productions, Salman Khan Films and T-Series. The film stars Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Sunil Grover, Disha Patani and Jackie Shroff. Tabu makes a friendly appearance. It traces India's post-independence history from the perspective of a common man, and follows his life from the age of 8 to 70.

Based on the 2014 South Korean film Ode to My Father, principal photography for Bharat began in April 2018. Shooting took place at such locations as Abu Dhabi, Spain, Malta, Punjab and Delhi. Kaif joined the cast soon after Priyanka Chopra opted out of the role after filming commenced, for her impending engagement to Nick Jonas. Filming concluded in March 2019. The film's score was composed by Julius Packiam, and the songs were composed by Vishal-Shekhar, with lyrics written by Irshad Kamil, and released under the banner T-Series.

Bharat was theatrically released in India on 5 June 2019, on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr. It received mostly mixed reviews from critics, who appreciated performances of the cast but with criticism aimed at the story and screenplay. The film earned ?42.30 crore on its first day, becoming Khan's biggest opening day release. It emerged as a commercial hit because of big budget with a worldwide gross of ?325.58 crore (US$43 million).

1	Plot
1.1	Partition, 1947
1.2	17 years later (1964)
1.3	11 years later
1.4	8 years later
1.5	12 years later
1.6	Present day
2	Cast
3	Production
4	Soundtrack
5	Release
6	Reception
6.1	Critical response
6.2	Box office
7	Notes
8	References
9	External links
In 2010, Bharat Kumar, a shopkeeper in Delhi refuses to part with his store despite of lucrative offers. On his 70th birthday, he tells his past to his grandniece, and the film goes into flashback.

Partition, 1947
When Bharat was just 7, his parents and siblings board a train to India with many refugees for safety from Pakistan's terrible riots. Bharat loses his baby sister "Gudia" in the chaos. Their father, Gautam, stays there to search for Gudia, after Bharat promises to care for the family. He moves to the imported goods store of Gautam's sister Jamuna and her husband Keemat Rai Kapoor, and meets a roadside circus worker, Radha. The two fall in love, and join The Great Russian Ci

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