After Tiger Zinda Hai success, Katrina Kaif to pair up with Salman Khan in Bharat?

Updated: Jan 18, 2018, 20:30 IST | mid-day online correspondent

'Tiger Zinda Hai' director Ali Abbas Zafar, who is one of Katrina's closest friends, is in complete awe of Kaif's work and has confirmed that he is considering the actress for his next directorial 'Bharat' with Salman Khan

Katrina Kaif
Katrina Kaif is director Ali Abbas Zafar's first choice for 'Bharat' with Salman Khan.

Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif's 'Tiger Zinda Hai' is still roaring high on Box Office and is unstoppable. Film's director Ali Abbas Zafar, who is one of Katrina's closest friends, is in complete awe of Kaif's work and has confirmed that he is considering the actress for his next directorial 'Bharat'. The film will star Salman Khan and produced by sister Alvira Agnihotri and brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri. However, hunt for the leading lady is on.

'Bharat' director, Ali Abbas Zafar spoke to DNA and said, "I haven't finalised the cast yet. But Katrina is always on my mind when I think of my film's heroine. She is one of my closest friends and I can tell her anything, she can tell me anything. Yes, we won't be doing all our films together but I know I can approach her whenever I feel she's correct for the role. But right now, nothing is decided on Bharat yet."

The report also adds that Katrina is a strong contender for 'Bharat' since she shares a great relationship with Alvira and Atul. Ali Abbas Zafar and Katrina have earlier associated with films like 'Mere Brother Ki Dulhan' and the recent one, 'Tiger Zinda Hai'.

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