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'Bharat' finds its leading lady in 'Desi girl' of Bollywood

New Delhi : The much-awaited film of Salman Khan, 'Bharat', has found its leading in the 'Desi girl' of Bollywood, Priyanka Chopra.

'Bharat' will be Priyanka's next big Bollywood outing after 2016's 'Jai Gangajal'. Moreover, Salman and Priyanka will be teaming up after 10 years, 2008's 'God Tussi Great Ho', making the association all the more special.

Director Ali Abbas Zafar and producer Atul Agnihotri traveled to New York to meet Priyanka and gave her the narration of the film. Priyanka loved the storyline and was convinced immediately to do the film.

The shooting of the film has already begun and it will next be moving to London, Spain, Poland, Portugal, and Malta.

The film will feature Khan sporting five different looks spanning 60 years, wherein a crucial part will showcase the actor in his late 20s, looking much leaner and younger.

Salman's one look - the one from his 'Karan Arjun' era - is stirring a lot of buzz on the Internet.

The flick is an official adaptation of 2014 Korean film, 'Ode to My Father', and is slated to release on Eid in 2019. 

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