'Tubelight' makers hope for Pakistan release

'Tubelight' makers hope for Pakistan release

'Tubelight' makers hope for Pakistan release

Meanwhile, director Kabir Khan has confirmed in an interview that Zhu Zhu will coming down to India to promote the film but they are yet to chalk out a proper plan.

When asked his opinion on war, Salman, who plays a soldier's fanciful brother in "Tubelight", said the film uses war as a setting to talk of peace. Two big local movies are gearing up for an Eid release and the makers don't want any competition from foreign films, especially if it's a Salman starrer.

DNA quoted Salman Khan as saying, "Yes, I have read somewhere that Aamir wants to make me get married and is read to tie my hands and feet".

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Soon after Salman's press conference came to an end, Shiv Sena fired rounds at the actor claiming that the Bollywood actor had "crossed his boundaries. The censor board may also raise some objections to it", he said. It's a negative emotion. "Nobody supports it, but it happens and nobody knows why".

In a statement to the Indian media, Salman Khan Films, the co-producer on the film, said they would try their best to release the film in Pakistan. "Any conflict can be resolved only by discussing it across the table". "Why does he always cross his boundaries?" said Shiv Sena MP Arvind Sawant.

After a hectic day of promotions at Mehboob Studios, Salman ditched his plush vehicle and opted for an auto ride back home, which is a hop and skip distance away from the studio location. While one of the movies is Yalghaar and the other is Sharaba. According to an Indian Express report, two Pakistani films are to be released around the same time when Tubelight is set to release.

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