Ali Abbas Zafar: Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif's chemistry is unmissable

Salman and Katrina's chemistry is unmissable, says Bharat director Ali Abbas Zafar

Salman and Katrina's chemistry is unmissable, says Bharat director Ali Abbas Zafar

In the photo, Katrina can be seen giving a bear hug to Salman's "love of life", his mother.

Salman has been surprisingly active on social media and has constantly been sharing several photos from the sets. As they now shoot for their upcoming film Bharat in Malta, Salman's mother Salma Khan is also having a gala time with the star-cast. Lately, Salman's sister Arpita Khan Sharma shared a attractive picture of Katrina hugging the actor's mother, Salma Khan.

As soon as the photo emerged online, Salman and Katrina's fan's started commenting on it.

Although the team is still shooting Kat's first schedule in the European country, latest reports have already indicated that the actress and her leading man will take their on-screen romance to Abu Dhabi for the next schedule in September. As one person on Twitter called it "saas bahu goals", Arpita had a amusing reaction to it. In the photo, while Salman looked dashing in a black kurta pyjama, Katrina won hearts with her desi look in a green embroidered lehenga. Salman Khan's mother had also accompanied him to the destination.

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A couple of days back, Salman and Katrina's lovestruck picture from the film was shared by the superstar in which he was seen sporting a moustache.

Recently, Salman Khan had tweeted a picture of himself and Katrina Kaif which was a still from Bharat.

Salman Khan and mother Salma went exploring Malta together. It also features actress Disha Patani in a pivotal role.

Bharat is the Hindi remake of South Korean film Ode To My Father.

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