'Tubelight' to release in Pakistan IF ALL GOES WELL

Nick Sanchez
June 16, 2017

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.

Salman Khan's Tubelight, which has been creating a huge buzz among millions of his fans worldwide, will not be released in Pakistan. The moment he said it, everyone knew that Salman Khan wouldn't let him go like this, and will make a comeback with an equally wonderful and witty statement. It's totally untrue that "Tubelight" is banned in Pakistan.

Sources inform us that Salman Khan wants just one more person, apart from himself, to benefit from the promotions of the film.

Currently, the movie is scheduled to release on June 23.

Amidst all the controversy and rumours that were taking rounds on the internet over the release of Salman Khan's much-awaited Eid release Tubelight, the air has finally been cleared.

Even Pakistan's Central Board of Film Censors chief Mobasher Hasan told IANS: "It's the distributor's choice to import any foreign film".

The two movies are Yalghaar and Shor Sharaba. His hint was towards the "huge problem" of piracy that Indian films continue to face across the border.

On whether the film will get the censor board approval, he said, "I don't see that the censor board will have an issue with Tubelight because of some content related to China".

The first official announcement about the movie has been made by none other than Salman Khan himself.

Salman and Sohail have been on a promotional spree for their upcoming movie Tubelight.

Tubelight is produced by Salma Khan & Salman Khan and directed by Kabir Khan. "So I said, "Very good, we will find a good director for that".

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