Bad news for Salman Khan fans! Tubelight not to release in Pakistan

Posted June 16, 2017

The makers of the film have said that Tubelight is the official remake of the film Little Boy.

"Until yesterday, the distributor in our territory had not been finalised".

Dand also ruled out the possibility of a delayed release of Tubelight, citing price issue.

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'We have not touched on the details of war in the film Tubelight.

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. It seems Salman is making sure he takes a break here and there from his busy schedule amidst Tubelight promotions since the release date of the film is nearing.

Salman Khan is single and Aamir Khan got married twice, they are arch rivals on screen and great friends in real life. "In fact, it remains a much awaited film", Satish Anand, a key distributor of Indian films in Pakistan, told IANS over social media.

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The other big budget Pakistani movie to release is Shor Sharaba.

Mubashir Hasan, the chairman of the Central Censor Board of Pakistan, said he is yet to receive an application from the distributors for "Tubelight".

Directed by Kabir Khan, the movie Tubelight is based on the 1962 border conflict between India and China and serves to highlight the futility of war.

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