Read the Bharat Movie Reviews Starring Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Tabu, Disha Patani, Sunil Grover, Jackie Shroff.
Bharat Reviews
Ratings: 5.28/10

Reviews Counted: 30
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Bollywood Hindi Movie Bharat Reviews and Ratings from Top Film Critics.
Director: Ali Abbas Zafar
Writer: Ali Abbas Zafar, Varun V. Sharma
Genre: Drama, Action
Release Date: 5 June, 2019

Jyoti Sharma Bawa | Hindustan Times: 3/5
Despite knowing what the film is trying to do, in some cases easily guessing plot turns in advance, you cannot help but enjoy it. This one is an Eid winner. Bhai just got his mojo back ... Full Review

Renuka Vyavahare | Times of India: 3.5/5
Bharat is well-intentioned, entertaining and doesn’t succumb to the trappings of commercial potboilers. The fact that it tries a bit too hard to prove that, is its problem ... Full Review

Shubra Gupta | The Indian Express: 2.5/5
The good thing about Bharat, despite its eye-roll moments, is its attempt to create an 'ordinary' man without any particular skills ... Full Review

Rajeev Masand | News18: 2/5
Bharat is exhausting and pointless. It exists only to add to the legend of Salman Khan as the selfless provider, the man who has a heart as big as his biceps. In Bharat, Salman Khan plays Bhai ... Full Review

Bollywood Hungama: 4.5/5
BHARAT is a super-entertainer with emotions as its strong USP and Salman Khan like never before ... Full Review

Umesh Punwani | Koimoi: 2.5/5
Credit where it's due - Ali's direction, Marcin Laskawiec's cinematography, Julius Packiam's background score are the three major pluses of the film ... Full Review

Sreehari Nair | Rediff: 1.5/5
Bharat is nothing more than a reflection of the times we are living in: where we expect our heroes to be flawless, virtuous fellas -- it is our current national disease ... Full Review

Anna MM Vetticad | FirstPost: 2/5
The best of Bharat comes right in the beginning and then almost towards the end. The initial portrayal of the Partition and later efforts to reunite families separated at the time may seem emotionally over-wrought to some, but I confess I was reduced to tears in both segments ... Full Review

Suhani Singh | India Today: 3/5
Salman plays to the gallery in every frame from beginning to end. He, off screen as on it, makes no bones about what he promises ... Full Review

Mayur Sanap | Deccan Chronicle: 2/5
Despite the potential, the Ali Abbas Zafar directorial fizzles halfway through and it's a bit of a bore ... Full Review

Devesh Sharma | Filmfare: 3/5
Somewhere along the way, the focus of the film shifts from India to Bharat the character and that's its chief flaw. You leave the theatre feeling underwhelmed ... Full Review

Gaurang Chauhan | Times Now News: 3/5
Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif film is an out and out entertainer with solid emotional connect ... Full Review

IANS | Sify: 2/5
A novel concept in Bollywood derailed by writing and direction. As Bharat, Salman Khan is charismatic, but lacks on-screen energy ... Full Review

Oshin Grace Daniell | The Week: 3.5/5
A classy drama with a tablespoon of history, a dash of politics and a pint of action ... Full Review

Stutee Ghosh | The Quint: 3/5
At times it feels manipulative, but given the conviction with which love, loss, pain, friendship are portrayed, it's difficult not to be moved by Bharat and his story ... Full Review

Anita Iyer | Khaleej Times: 2.5/5
Salman Khan's larger-than-life act is exhausting ... Full Review

R.M. Vijayakar | India West: 3.5/5
If only the flaws had been reduced or ironed out, “Bharat” could have been a classic. It just stops short. But a Salman-Eid whopper is back after a two-year holiday ... Full Review

Dishya Sharma | PinkVilla: 4/5
The movie comes to a complete circle in the climax. There are no questions left unanswered, leaving you satisfied. You laugh, you weep and you just feel nice for Bharat ... Full Review

Ashwin Bharadwaj | Lens Men Reviews: 2.5/5
Bharat is a mixed bag. It is not really an Ali Abbas Zafar film and it is also not a typical Salman Khan film. If the approach of the movie showed us a more vulnerable and humane Salman Khan/ Bharat, and the screenplay was smoother in doing justice to the caption, Bharat would have been a better film ... Full Review

Suparno Sarkar | IB Times: 3/5
It is entertaining at certain parts, but it falls short of expectation in various other aspects. Overall, Bharat is just a little better than the average film ... Full Review

Nandini Ramnath | Scroll: 2.5/5
But a few hours later, Bharat is channeling his inner Dharmendra when faced with vastly younger adversaries. An ode to survival becomes a tribute to its leading man’s infallibility ... Full Review

Piyasree Dasgupta | The Huffington Post: 1/5
NOBODY Needed This Salman Khan Film, Let Alone Priyanka Chopra. Bhaiyanak ... Full Review

IANS | Economic Times: 3.5/5
A mass entertainer with far too many narratives to process. The classic Salman Khan elements give plenty of moments for the audience to rejoice ... Full Review

Anupama Chopra | Film Companion: 2/5
Sweep And Swagger But Not Enough Soul. The South Korean film on which this is based in a masterclass in melodrama, while this is bloated and inconsistent ... Full Review

Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV: 2/5
Bharat is a full-on crowd-pleaser for the massive fan base out there seeking recompense for the Tubelight and Race 3 reverses. But for the rest, Bharat could prove to be a ponderous trudge ... Full Review

Mike McCahill | The Guardian: 2/5
Bharat is certainly spirited, and almost admirable in its determination to cover every conceivable base, but there’s a fine line between all-embracing and simply all-over-the-shop. Bharat needs rewrites, or at least some kind of breath test ... Full Review

Ajit Duara | Open Magazine: 2/5
In short, ‘Bharat’ is no masterpiece, but it is that rare thing, a film that bonds a family with a nation, and does it with affection ... Full Review

Namrata Joshi | The Hindu: 3/5
Khan might get to show off his emotional chops with the ever-reliable Tabu for company but it’s Kaif who pleases and almost walks away with the film with her natural, unaffected and winsome ways ... Full Review

Behind Woods: 2.75/5
Bharat is a mildly engaging star vehicle that is uplifted by its drama ... Full Review

Meetu | Wogma: 2/5
A few sparks strewn across a mostly painful long film ... Full Review