Bharat an upcoming action film is going on floors next week. The film is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar and is based on North Korean film ‘Ode to my Father’. Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif are in the main lead. While both the actors are busy promoting the film, there has been a lot of talks about Priyanka Chopra. We all know that Priyanka was the first choice of the film but then due to her engagement she walked away from the project. Later Katrina was roped into the film for playing the main lead.
Salman’s reaction on Priyanka’s decision:
Salman said that he was ready to make adjustments for but Priyanka had no plans to continue the film. Later he said ” I will always be thankful to her. Bharat was about to go on the floors. And just five days before the shooting, Priyanka meets me and says that she wouldn’t be able to work in the film. Now, if Priyanka hadn’t left Bharat, how could we have brought Katrina on board?”. The actor has been bringing the topic ever since the promotions have started. Salman further said “While many would give anything for the film or maybe even leaving their husband. Priyanka left the film,”.
Later when we thought that the topic was over. Salman again bought the topic up and said,”She is not there in the film but she can help in the promotion of the film because you know, she had also loved the script,”. During a Facebook live chat when Katrina was talking about how she prepared for the role. Salman added,“Priyanka didn’t give us much time.”
However the actor said that she did the right thing and it takes a lot of guts to leave a film like Bharat. Salman also said that he would love to work with Priyanka in future. But for that she has to bring him a really nice role. While he believes Priyanka is a hard-working actress. Who has efficiently maintains her career in Bollywood as well as in the American entertainment industry
The actors have previously worked on supper hit films like ‘Mujhse Shaadi Karogi‘, ‘God Tussi Great Ho‘ and ‘Salaam – E – Ishq‘.
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