Issues in Tubelight still relevant: Kabir Khan


Salman Khan and Kabir Khan during the trailer launch of the film Tubelight in Mumbai

Salman yet again plays an innocent guy from a small village after Bajarangi Bhaijaan, which was also directed by Kabir Khan. The trailer has a lot similar to Bajrangi Bhaijaan- the innocence of Salman's character, his connection with a child (here with child actor Matin Rey Tangu). The movie helmed by Kabir Khan, and produced by Salma Khan and Salman Khan.

The trailer of Salman Khan's much-awaited film Tubelight has finally been unveiled. It is an eye feast for Sallu Bhai fans. This is Salman Khan Films' first collaboration with YRF for the overseas territory.

The trailer of the movie will be two minutes and seventeen seconds long and has been passed with a U-certificate. The film is entirely based on the Indo-Sino war occurred in 1962. Salman also talked about his late co-stars Reema Lagoo and Vinod Khanna, with whom he has worked in many films. Shahrukh Khan has a special appearance in this movie. "We lost these close people in last few months". The first song also got a good response. Throwing all kinds of a commercial masala here at us, Kabir Khan is in hopes of another blockbuster.

Yash Raj Films (YRF) has bagged the overseas distribution rights - excluding Middle East and North Africa - for "Tubelight". The executive producer is Rajan Kapoor, the associate producer is Garima Mehta and music is by Pritam. The scene where they run down a hill in shorts, is iconic and reminiscent of the real-life bond we have seen with Salman and Sohail. "He looks in a different way in this film". Speaking about his upcoming film, Kabir Khan told IANS that the political issues in the film are still relevant.

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