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Bharat Trailer: Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer Bharat becomes new meme material for netizens!

The much awaited Eid release of Salman Khan, Bharat released a day ago and many from the industry lauded the film. The film, for the first time, will feature superstar Salman Khan in over seven different avatars as it spans the life of a man named Bharat. After releasing the looks of the actor, the makers unveiled the trailer a day ago on all platforms including social media. And netizens, who caught hold of the same, were seen having a gala time sharing memes and trolling the film that also stars Katrina Kaif.

Bharat Trailer: Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer Bharat becomes new meme material for netizens!

The trailer of Bharat received a warm welcome from industry insiders and Bhai fans who are more than happy to see their favourite idol in the larger-than-life character. While powerful dialogues are considered to be one of the popular elements in a Salman Khan film, the internet decided to use some of it for its hilarious memes. Amongst them was the Katrina Kaif dialogue, ‘Itni bhaari gyan ki zarurat nahi hai’. Here is a glimpse of some of the trolls that have surfaced online after the trailer release:

Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, Bharat is inspired from the Korean drama Ode To My Father and it also stars Disha Patani, Jackie Shroff, Tabu amongst others in pivotal roles. It is expected to release on June 5 during the occasion of Eid.

Also Read: Khan connection: Shah Rukh Khan praises Bharat trailer, Salman Khan says ‘picture abhi baaki hai’

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