Actor Katrina Kaif finally revealed the details of her character from her upcoming film Bharat. Katrina plays the role of Kumud Raina, a government officer in Bharat opposite Salman Khan. The Ali Abbas Zafar-film features her in a never-seen-before look with severely curly hair and cotton sarees. The picture she shared on Instagram shows her looking into the camera as she poses in character from Bharat. Also Read - #BoycottErosNow Trends Online as Twitterati Express Outrage Over Navratri Post; Company Issues Apology
In the caption of her post, Katrina expressed her happiness and excitement of working on Bharat with Ali Abbas Zafar. She added that the entire journey of Bharat has been exciting for her and she just can’t wait for her audience to watch the film. The caption on her post reads, “Kumud Raina 1975 …. I had the most incredible time working on this character, the whole journey has been the most exciting for me yet , after working with @aliabbaszafar in three films. Cant wait for everyone to see the film.” (sic) Also Read - Bigg Boss 14 October 21 Episode Major Highlights: Captaincy Task Breaks Friendships in The House
The trailer of Bharat has received a positive response widely. Katrina has been appreciated for her dialogue delivery and speaking without any accent. The trailer shows her character in an interesting conversation with Bharat and Sunil Grover’s character. She is also seen getting married to Salman’s character in a Christian wedding ceremony. What adds more to their chemistry is Bharat addressing him as ‘Madam Sir’.
Katrina has had a rough phase in terms of Box Office response to her last released films. Her performance in Shah Rukh Khan’s Zero was appreciated but the film tanked at the ticket window and the same happened with Thugs of Hindostan that featured Aamir Khan opposite her. Now, there are high expectations from Bharat. Considering the trailer has garnered fantastic word-of-mouth, it won’t be unlikely if this goes on to become the highest grossing film of Katrina’s career. Bharat releases on June 5.