The makers of Bharat have shared the first official poster of the film. It features actor Salman Khan in his old avatar and also gives away the glimpses of Jackie Shroff‘s and Sonali Kulkarni‘s characters. While sharing the poster on Twitter, Salman wrote, “Jitne safed baal mere sar aur dhaadi mein hain, usse kahin zyada rangeen meri zindagi rahi hain! #Bharat” (sic), hinting that the character of his life in the film has got many interesting shades.

Salman is shown as a bearded man with glasses and white hair, wearing a crisp checkered tweed blazer while carrying intense expressions in eyes. The poster further features the tagline of the film: Journey of a man and a nation together and highlights the year 2010. Here’s the post:

Another interesting detail about the poster is how it hints at Jackie and Sonali playing a young Salman’s parents in the film. On observing closely, one can see both the actors holding kids and the young boy looking at Jackie’s character in dismay could just be Bharat dealing with the time of partition. Here’s a close look:

Jackie Shroff and Sonali Kulkarni on the poster of Bharat (Photo Courtesy: Twitter/ @BeingSalmanKhan)

Bharat, directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, is an official remake of Korean drama Ode to My Father. Apart from Salman, the film also stars Katrina Kaif, Disha Patani and Sunil Grover in important roles. Earlier yesterday, Katrina shared an image of herself from the sets of the film. The actor looked pretty dressed up as her character in the film. The post was made to make the fans anticipate the trailer of Bharat, which is slated to hit the web on April 24. Here’s her post:

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#Bharat ❤️10 days to trailer

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In his latest interview with DNA, the director opened up on how the team of Bharat can’t wait to present the trailer to the audience. He was quoted by the daily saying, “We are now looking forward to the audience’s response to the trailer as it is a product of our hard work, conviction, and dedication. It feels rewarding to be accepted with the abundance of love that the fans shower.”