Salman Khan is all set to collaborate with director Ali Abbas Zafar for the third time with ‘Bharat’ which is anticipated to be a little different than the past films.
The movie is said to be a remake of the 2014 South Korean drama film ‘Ode To My Father’ which will hit the floors in June this year and is scheduled to release on Eid 2019.
The 37-year director told to PTI, “It is a very different film from Tiger and Sultan. We are trying to do something new with it. It’s too early to talk about it’’.
"With 'Tiger Zinda Hai' and 'Sultan' behind me, I'm more nervous for my next one because I know the expectations and anticipations will be really, really high’’, he added further.
Apart from ‘Bharat’, Salman Khan also has Race 3 and Dabangg 3 in his kitty which will be action thriller flicks.
Director Ali Abbas also believes that working with Salman Khan has helped him gaining a lot of maturity in his work. He also said that the kind of text he writes compliments Salman and he as a mature actor takes it to the whole another level.
The story of the movie will be set over a period of sixty years which will depict major historical events taken in the country.