Looks like Bharath will soon be seen in a Bollywood flick. The actor posted a pic of himself in Mumbai and wrote that something interesting is in the making. Soon, he shared another post, this time of photos with actor Salman Khan and director Prabhu Deva. "Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Happy and blessed to be part of #radhee. A dream come true to act along side the most wanted Bhai of indian cinema. Heart filled thanks and gratitude to Prabhu master for keeping the faith in me. #radheeid2020 #eid2020. More updates soon," he wrote.
Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai is an upcoming film directed by Prabhu Deva starring Salman Khan in the lead.
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Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Happy and blessed to be part of #radhee. A dream come true to act along side the most wanted Bhai of indian cinema. Heart filled thanks and gratitude to Prabhu master for keeping the faith in me. #radheeid2020 #eid2020. More updates soon
Interestingly, Bharath did make his debut in the Hindi film industry with Jackpot in 2013. Directed by Kaizad Gustad, the film also starred Naseeruddin Shah, Sunny Leone and Sachiin J Joshi in pivotal roles. Jackpot turned out to be a box office dud and Bharath did not sign any films in Bollywood after the debacle.
The actor has had two film releases – Simba and Pottu – this year but both these films did not create an impact at the box office making it imperative for the actor to come up with a big hit.
Simba was a comedy, written and directed by Arvind Sridhar. The film had Bharath, Premgi Amaren, Swathi Deekshith and Bhanu Sri Mehrain the lead roles, with Ramana in supporting role. Vishal Chandrasekhar had composed music for this film with Sinu Siddharth cranking the camera and Achu Vijayan editing it. The film was based on the critically acclaimed Australian TV Series Wilfred.
Pottu was a horror-comedy film, written and directed by Vadivudaiyan. The film had Bharath in the lead role, with Iniya, Namitha and Srushti Dange as the female leads. The technical crew of this film included Amresh Ganesh for music, Sarvesh Murari for cinematography and Sathya Suriya for editing. Pottu was produced by John Max for Shalom Studios.
Bharath currently has projects not only in Tamil but in Malayalam and Kannada as well. His project in Tamil includes Kaalidas, 8 and Naduvan. In Sandalwood he has Akhil and in Malayalam, he has 6 Hours besides Kshanam.
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