Since Salman Khan’s ‘Bharat’ released on Eid 2019, it has dominated the box office. Undoubtedly having received more than 4500 screens in India alone has helped the cause a great deal, but everyone realizes that it has been possible because the distributors and exhibitors have complete understanding of Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif’s stardom and the potential of the movie in the market.
What must be noted is not just in India, reports suggest that ‘Bharat’ has been doing really well and has been minting a lot of money in its overseas markets as well, the likes of U.A.E and other countries which has a great demand for Bollywood movies.
However on the other side of the story, in another country which has comparatively less demand for Indian movies than other countries had a special group of ‘boys’ who had come to watch Salman and Katrina Kaif’s ‘Bharat’. This group is none other than the Indian Men’s Cricket Team who is currently in England to compete for the ICC World Cup 2019 and had gone to a multiplex in England to watch ‘Bharat’.
Leading the charge was the young and dashing all-rounder from the team, Kedar Jadhav who is also personally a huge and die-hard fan of Salman Khan. Kedar has admitted in many public appearances that he is Salman Khan’s biggest fan and not just that, he was also once seen being a part of a funny video taken by his teammates, the likes of Rohit Sharma and all where he was trying to imitate Salman’s iconic style of walking with his bodyguard, Shera around.
M.S Dhoni too is extremely close to Salman and has earlier been seen shaking a foot or two with Salman at his birthday parties at his Panvel farmhouse.
Kedar recently posted a picture of the group to share their experience. Salman too has earlier complimented Kedar and has referred to him as a ‘nice guy’. He also revealed that it was M.S Dhoni who first introduced Kedar to him at a private party. In order to thank the team for watching ‘Bharat’, Salman also tweeted.
Well, now that Mr. ‘Bharat’ has wished the Bharat Team (Indian Team) for the World Cup, all eyes will be on the team as to how they perform in all their following crucial encounters.