Twitter gave a brutal but funny reaction to Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan’s upcoming film Bharat, the trailer of which was revealed on Monday.
Actor Salman Khan shared the first trailer for his upcoming and highly anticipated film Bharat on Monday and it was just what the internet needed to ward off its Monday blues. From Bollywood fans to the Nagpur City Police, all took turns to roast the new trailer and Salman with it.
One particular scene featuring the film’s female lead Katrina Kaif was a big hit with the jokers on Twitter. “Itna bhaari gyaan dene ki zarurat nahi hai,” she tells Salman’s character in the film when he gives a long and explanation about his name. Soon enough, people made a meme out of it and it has now gone viral. Check out a few samples:
Food blogger Friend: I ate crispy fried bread with a dollop of butter and mashed potato curry with mint
Me : What's that?
Friend : Pav Bhaji
— Sagar (@sagarcasm) April 22, 2019
The Nagpur City Police also tweeted a hilarious meme to boast about their surveillance cameras. “When you have CCTV surveillance all around the city,” they wrote with a picture of Salman in his various get ups from the film. The same picture was used to show how people stalk their crushes online with fake profile, how they make news IDs to keep renewing the free streaming service account and more.
The three-minute long trailer showed different shades of Salman’s life journey. The first part of the trailer showcased Salman’s colourful youth when he would dance and perform daring stunts at a circus. The second part of the trailer portrays a different side of Salman, who is searching for a job and how he meets Katrina’s ‘Madam sir’ and falls in love with her.
Watch Bharat trailer here:
This is followed by Salman’s serious avatar. He is seen volunteering with people in locating missing immigrants from across the border and fulfilling the promise made by him to his father (portrayed by Jackie Shroff) during the Partition.
Sharing the link of the trailer on Twitter, Salman wrote: “Journey of a man and a nation together.” Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, Bharat is scheduled to release on June 5.