Viewers can now watch the most awaited Bollywood wedding, at least on screen if not in real, in Salman Khan’s upcoming film Bharat.

The makers of the film released another catchy track from Ali Abbas Zafar’s directorial that also has Katrina Kaif, Tabu and Sunil Grover in pivotal roles.

In the song, as with all others that have released until now, Salman’s different looks have been introduced and each given a song to further elaborate on the character he plays.

The latest song is titled Turpeya. In the voice of Sukhwinder Singh, the track is an interesting mix of nostalgia for the homeland and necessity that makes people choose a foreign place to stay instead of their native country.

Nora Fatehi’s small appearance in the song is worth the wait, and so is the “most awaited Bollywood shadi” between Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan in the film.

Khan is seen grooving on the not-so-dance-number track with a group of people, all donning the Merchant Navy costume in the picturesque Malta. Men in turbans and Merchant Navy caps grooving to a Punjabi track in the middle of Malta conveys the literal meaning of the song.

Bharat‘s soundtrack has been appreciated as much as the film’s trailer.

The film will trace India’s post-Independence history from the perspective of a common man, following his life’s journey from age 18 to 70. Salman will be seen in six different looks portraying six different phases of his life.

The film is slated to release this Eid on 5 June 2019.