Salman Khan's Bharat is said to be a remake of the Korean film an Ode to My Father. In the trailer of the film, Salman plays a circus stuntman, a miner and also a naval officer. There's a lot happening from what can be seen in the trailer. Bharat also stars Disha Patani and Sunil Grover with Katrina Kaif and Bhai himself. The initial songs Slow Motion and Chashni have already begun to rake in views on YouTube, with Slow Motion having 48 Million Views and Chashni, which was just released last week has already had 17 million views.
However, while this year’s Eid weekend ‘belongs’ to Salman Khan’s Bharat, it won’t be a free-run for Salman next year. In 2020 Eid the big Sanjay Bhansali- Salman starrer Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Inshallah will clash with the big Rohit Shetty starrer Sooryavanshi. Sooryavanshi stars Akshay Kumar and he will be playing a cop in the Rohit Shetty styled crime beloved-cop universe.
The cop universe just got bigger as #Sooryavanshi takes charge!— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) May 6, 2019
@ajaydevgn @RanveerOfficial #RohitShetty @karanjohar #KatrinaKaif #KareenaKapoor #SaraAliKhan @RSPicturez @RelianceEnt @DharmaMovies #CapeOfGoodFilms pic.twitter.com/DjUvulZYAw
And it looks like this is one clash that won’t be averted. Says an informed source, “Neither film will move out. It is being presumed that Akshay and Rohit Shetty will bow out because Eid traditionally goes to a Salman starrer, also because Rohit and Akshay are known to compromise and move forward their release in the past. But not this time. Sooryavanshi will take on Salman’s Inshallah.” With this clash of titans waiting to happen, it remains to be seen which of the two films takes the bigger share of the box office cake.