Salman Khan has unveiled the second teaser poster of much-anticipated Tubelight on Twitter. Salman captioned the photo: "Peace, Respect, Love and Light in your life from the Tubelight team."
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Unlike the previous poster which only showed Salman's back, the new poster has an innocent looking Salman giving a salute even as his shoes are seen dangling from his shoulder. A war scene forms the backdrop of the poster.
Tubelight has been creating buzz ever since the it was announced. Salman has a massive fan following and most of his recent films were huge blockbusters. Tubelight is expected to surpass the box office collection of Salman's Sultan.
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The Kabir Khan's directorial has already broken two records prior to its release. The distribution rights of the movie have been sold at a whopping Rs 132 crore– the highest for a Bollywood movie until now. Also, the music rights for Tubelight have been sold for Rs 20 crore to Sony Music, another first for a Hindi movie.
This is the third time Salman and director Kabir is teaming up for a movie after Ek Tha Tiger and Bajrangi Bhaijaan. Tubelight will narrate the unique love story of an Indian man (played by Salman) who falls for a Chinese actress Zhu Zhu during 1962 Sino-Indian War. The movie will hit the theatres in July during Eid.
Peace, Respect, Love and Light in your life from the Tubelight team . pic.twitter.com/BXjkn0Xc9m— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) April 20, 2017
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