Salman releases first poster of 'Tubelight'

Salman releases first poster of 'Tubelight'

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. Sharing the poster, Salman tweeted thus, "Kya tumhe yakeen hai?".

It's out! Giving little respite to scores of his fans, the Dabangg of Bollywood has finally released the first poster of his much awaited flick "Tubelight".

The makers had released a small teaser of the film on April. 18 featuring a chorus in the voice of kids.

Tubelight is Salman and Kabir Khan's third collaboration after Ek Tha Tiger and Bajrangi Bhaijaan.

The movie is written and directed by Kabir Khan. The film has Salman playing a specially abled character in the war film, which has been shot in Ladakh and Manali. Salman Khan is producing this film under SKBH productions.

The big budget mega banner film is slated to release on Eid.

Besides these, the backdrop of the film is intriguing, the 1962 Sino-Indian War. If you believe, then "back his back". The poster depicts the back of Salman Khan with the line "Kya Tumhe Yakeen Hai" running across.



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