India May 16(IM): Salman Khan is all geared up to hit the screens hard again with his upcoming film 'Bharat' in which we will see the superstar in five different looks. The Ali Abbas Zafar directorial is the most anticipated film of the year which has Katrina Kaif playing the female lead. The trailer and hit songs from the film which dropped earlier and has piqued up the anticipation among the audience, with barely a few weeks left for the release.
The film is reportedly a remake of the Korean war drama An Ode To My Father. The trend of making remakes in Bollywood never seems to die down. Hit movies of the past are now revamped and presented with new-gen actors and the audience are also loving it.
In a recent interview, Salman Khan was asked if he would like to be a part of any remake of any original Hindi film. The actor revealed that he won't remake any of his films but he feels that his 1991 film 'Love' can be remade with the new-gen actors in Bollywood.
Interestingly, Salman also said that it was Varun Dhawan mentioned to him that it was a wonderful film. We wonder whether Varun is hearing this and the idea has struck him.
The 1991 film starrer Salman Khan and Revathy in the lead roles. The actor said that he remembers it was one of the first few films he did which didn't do well but he thinks that it was a beautiful film and his character was wonderful.
On the professional front, apart from 'Bharat', Salman Khan is currently working on the third installment of his popular cop drama 'Dabangg'. The film is helmed by ace director Prabhudeva. 'Bharat' is all set to hit the screens on June 5.