A report published in Pinkvilla has decoded the poster, more particularly the look Salman Khan has donned in it. This is the first time the actor is seen as an old man. It features Salman Khan in an ageing look. His first looks always have been more of swag than substance but this time the makers have taken a different way than usual. The makers of the film unveiled the much awaited new look of the film featuring Salman Khan.
Also in the poster, we can see Jackie Shroff along with his wife running away with their children which symbolizes the partition period the country went through. The square framed glasses add degrees of intensity to the look - the wrinkles on his forehead are symbolic of the his life experiences, which has also been explained in Katrina Kaif's caption: "Jitne safed baal mere sar aur dhaadi mein hain, usse kahin zyada rangeen meri zindagi rahi hain!". As the film is now three months away from its release, the makers want to give a glimpse of the film way ahead of the release. The film will showcase several landmark events in India's history which will be revisited in the film which spans six decades and is the official remake of the South Korean film, Ode To My Father. After all, the Ali Abbas Zafar directorial is a period movie.
On Sunday, the film's leading lady Katrina Kaif also shared a still from the film. While actress Disha Patani plays a trapeze artiste while Tabu, Nora Fatehi and Sunil Grover are also part of the cast. As the film is now one and half month away from its release, the makers want to give the audience a peek into the world of Bharat.