Desi girl back home

Priyanka Chopra confirmed opposite Salman Khan in Bharat; Ali Abbas Zafar says 'she is biggest Indian artist globally'

Priyanka Chopra returns to Bollywood to star opposite Salman Khan in upcoming period drama 'Bharat'

And the endorsement has come from Salu Bhai himself, welcoming Priyanka back to Bollywood and also reminding the worldwide star that it's going to be a Hindi film. Saying that she was brought up in Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh, the actress used the "Desi Girl" card to put her message across. Just recently Priyanka Chopra came back to Mumbai and met up with the latter, thus giving rise to her being part of "Bharat". How excited are you to see Priyanka and Abhishek back together on the big screen? He tagged her in a tweet, stating, "Bharat welcomes you back home, see you soon, by the way hamari film Hindi mein hai (Our film is in Hindi language)".

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As is the tradition with most Salman Khan movies, Bharat is also slated to release on Eid 2019. As being reported by Indian media Director Ali Abbas Zafar and producer Atul Agnihotri travelled to NY to give Priyanka the narration of the film. Priyanka has been busy with her Hollywood commitments and ABC TV show, Quantico. Priyanka loved Ali's script and she was convinced immediately to do the film. Bharat is rooted in India and its culture despite it spanning over 70 years and set across various countries of the world. She brings in outstanding acting as well as incredible worldwide appeal to make the scale of the film bigger and even more global. Zafar's Bharat will mark the return of the actress to Hindi cinema in a role alongside her God Tussi Great Ho (2008) co-star. The film is an official adaptation of 2014 Korean film Ode to My Father, which depicted modern Korean history from the 1950s to the present day through the life of an ordinary man.

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