Bharat: Salman Khan kickstarts the second schedule of the film in Malta

Bharat is slated to be released on Eid next year

Bharat is slated to be released on Eid next year

He praised the location in Europe and called it a "lovely country".

Superstar Salman Khan, who is now in Malta shooting for his upcoming film Bharat, on Saturday shared a fitness video after he was nominated in an online challenge by Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju.

Priyanka had also signed up "Bharat", but opted out of it. Priyanka Chopra and Chris Pratts "Cowboy Ninja Viking" has been indefinitely delayed. Besides the "Tiger Zinda Hai" actor, the film also stars Katrina Kaif, Disha Patani, Tabu and Sunil Grover in the lead roles. In fact, even his young Maine Pyar Kiya look will be recreated.

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Slavisa Jokanovic has realised the need for new faces, and heavy recruitment has only raised the level of anticipation. Fellow new recruit Max Meyer is not yet match fit, while Scott Dann, Connor Wickham and Jonny Williams are all out.

Salman will be sporting five different looks in the film wherein a crucial part will showcase the actor in his late 20s. A source told MyNation that: "Salman wanted to take some time off with Iulia Vantur, before a lengthy schedule with Bharat begins, so both will fly off to Dubai today for a quiet holiday before he delves completely into Bharat". "It is important to show Salman in a different light as Indian cinema is changing and leaving a mark with every film is important", Zafar had said in a statement. The film, which is an official remake of the Korean film Ode to My Father, is finally moving ahead with the crew flying to Malta for the shoot. Several landmark events in India's history will be revisited in the film, which spans six decades.

Written by Niren Bhatt, "Loveratri" is directed by Abhiraj Minawala who will also be making his directorial debut with the film.

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