Bharat Hits 100 Crores: Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif: Duo’s stunning performance makes money Bucket overflows
New Delhi: Tue, 11 Jun 2019 20:30, by: Sangita Roy

The lucky star of the triad in the movie ‘Bharat,’ Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif and filmmaker Ali Abbas Zafar is shining as it seems to super hit with record collections. Now the film world is talking about box office collection of Bharat as it hits Rs 100-crore within the four days of its release. Salman Khan does the title role in the movie as, `Bharath` and Katrina Kaif performs in the opposite role. Two years after the release of Tiger Zinda Hai, the duo, Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif again got the public attention through their enticing performance and huge amount of box office collection.

Bharat accumulated Rs 42.30 crore on the first day of its release and which raised a big challenge against Sooraj Barjatya's Prem Ratan Dhan Payo (Rs 40.35 crore).  The following days also it sustained the financial leads with Rs 26.70 crore on Saturday. So, the so far total collection is around Rs 122.20 crore.

Bharat is a movie discussing about a historic event that happened in Korea after the world warII, ie, the partition of Korea and North Korea respectively. During that period the bothe regimes were under the control of Soviet Union and United States of America respectively. The negotiations for the unification of both countries seemed to be failed and they partioned as North Korea and South Korea.

The movie Bharat is an adaptation of a Korean movie `An Ode to My Father, ` which states about the separation of a man from his family during the partition of his mother country and came to Purani Dilli and staying with his aunt. The movie also deals with his intense desire to unite with his family without any delay. The story is also mentioning about the hardships and struggles he is suffering from his adventurous trip to his siblings and father.

 Amul Mohan, Trade analyst, told to India Today Television that this week end Bharat may hit the record of 150 crore at the box office. "The only trouble I see in this five-day extended weekend is that World Cup ke matches bohot ho rahe hai ab. India phir se Sunday bhi khelegi aur India vs Australia ek bada match hai. South Africa was already deflated and India vs Australia is always supposed to be one of the bigger games... Shayad Sunday ko thoda maar kha sakta hai magar mujhe phir bhi lagta hai ki given the word-of-mouth and the response to the film, Rs 150 crore se upar jaana chahiye extended weekend mein," Mohan added.

Infact, Bharat receives good reviews even from the critic across the world, as they agreed with the acceptance and denial from the movie goers every time. But, now they received only the acceptance not much denial.

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