Salman Khan's upcoming film Bharat has Disha Patani in an important role. The gorgeous actress is playing the role of a trapeze artist in the film for which she has trained extensively for months. As the film is only a couple of days away from its release, Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif and Disha Patani are busy promoting it on various platforms. While interacting with media at one of such event, the MS Dhoni actress revealed that this might be her first and last collaboration with Salman Khan.
Disha Patani feels that she might not get the opportunity to work with Salman Khan again. While talking to Mumbai Mirror, she revealed that due to age difference, she might not get a chance to work with him again.
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She said, "Ali sir called me with a role which is more of a special appearance. I heard him out and since the character is that of a trapeze artiste alongside Salman sir, I came on board. Honestly, I don’t know if I will ever get to work with Salman sir again. Even Ali sir told me this while narrating the script."
She added, "Obviously because of the age difference between us. In Bharat, it is acceptable because that portion shows Salman sir in his 20s and 30s so, it was an immediate yes. He is a wonderful human being and very hard-working. I got to learn a lot from him. That aside, Bharat is special because I had never done a film set in a different era."
Disha Patani is happy that the fans have loved her chemistry with Salman Khan in Slow Motion song. She said, "I am glad that people like to see us together. The chemistry between us is great, I never expected something like this. I got lucky with the song and want to thank the choreographer and Ali [director Ali Abbas Zafar] sir for the way it’s been shot."
Bharat is an Indian remake of Korean hit film An Ode to My Father. The film traces the journey of a middle-class man along with the nation. Bharat is releasing on June 5 on the occasion of Eid.