After a ten year gap between Salman Khan and Priyanka Chopra, the two are all set to work together in an upcoming remake of a South Korean film.
According to Mumbai Mirror, the Quantico star has signed onto Ali Abbas Zafar’s film with Salman Khan, titled Bharat – which is an official remake of Ode to my Father. The actress also confirmed the news.
“I’m looking forward to working with Salman and Ali after a considerable time,” Priyanka said. “I’ve learned a lot from them during our previous collaborations and I am excited to see what this one has to offer. I’m also looking forward to working with Atul, Alvira and the entire team. To all my well-wishers who have been patient and supportive, thank you for your constant support and I’ll see you at the movies.”
Reportedly, the film will focus on a love story set in a milieu showcasing India’s seven-decade post-independence story.
“Bharat is rooted in India and its culture spans over seven decades and travels across the world,” the director of the film confirmed. “Priyanka is the biggest Indian artist globally today and a perfect fit for the film as she brings to the table her incredible talent and international appeal.”
This will mark the reunion of Salman Khan and Priyanka Chopra on the silver screen after their film, God Tussi Great Ho.