Salman Khan Is Spreading Another Message From ‘Tubelight’

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“Yakeen ek tubelight ke jaisa hota hai, de r se jalta hai; lekin jab jalta hai, to full light kar deta hai”

Salman Khan’s Tubelight is one of the most awaited Bollywood films of this year. Yesterday, Salman Khan posted the official teaser of his upcoming movie on his YouTube channel, SalmanKhanFilms. The teaser is enough to tease the audience and crave for more. Later, he shared the link on his official twitter handle.

Tubelight is based on a historical war of 1962’s Sino-Indian which is directed by Kabir Khan. Previously. Salman and Kabir have teamed up for brilliant movies like Ek Tha Tiger and Bajrangi Bhaijaan. Both the movies did well on box-office. In this movie, Salman will appear as Laxman who is an Indian guy but falls in love with a girl from China.


After the release of this official trailer, several celebrities came forward to promote the movie. Karan Johar was the first one who praised the teaser of the movie, followed by Athiya Shetty, and then an applauding re-tweet by Dia Mirza.

Even, many fans of Salman went crazy after watching the teaser of the film. As per Salman’s fans, this time, Mr. Khan will be giving a different level of performance for his upcoming movie.

The movie is produced by Salman Khan and is starring Sohail Khan and Zhu Zhu, besides Salman. The credit for music goes to Pritam. Kabir Khan has confirmed that Shah Rukh Khan will appear in the movie for a cameo. The movie is all set to release on this Eid which is June 23rd.

Well, watch the official teaser of Salman Khan’s Tubelight over here:

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