Kabir Khan on SRK's cameo in Salman Khan's Tubelight

20 April, 2017, 07:29 | Author: Van Morton
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"Agar tumhe yakeen hai then 'Back his Back, '" he wrote alongside the poster which features a back shot of a man (Salman Khan).

The first look of Salman Khan's much-anticipated film Tubelight is out. The thought provoking tag line in the poster has once again helped the makers in increasing the heartbeat of fans who expect nothing less than a blockbuster from the actor.

A loose translation of Salman's tweet means- Do you believe? If you remember, when the first look of Prem Ratan Dhan Payo was released, Salman's back was there on the poster.

Recently, Kabir revealed an interesting fact about the teaser of the film. The tagline - "Kya tumhe yakeen hai?". "Salman and I chose to use a chorus by kids for the teasers but we didn't want to get trained kids to do it". "Salman will be seen in a completely different way in the film (Tubelight)".

Celebrated chinese actress Zhu Zhu essays the female lead. He and I then spoke to the kids ranging from six to 11 years and took them to the studio where Salman explained to them what we are doing.

All said and done.

Tubelight is one of the most-awaited films of 2017.

Yash Raj Films will distribute Tubelight in the overseas markets.

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