Superstar Salman Khan’s next big screen outing, Tubelight, is set against the backdrop of Sino-India war of 1962.
“I think those who order it (war) should be put at the front, and be given guns and told to fight”. Basically, whenever there is a war, soldiers of both sides die. Families lose their sons, brothers, fathers. Salman features in the movie with his younger brother Sohail. “Within a day all conflicts will get over as their legs will start shaking”, he added. “They have to live their whole lives without them”, he said. The film – directed by Kabir Khan and based on the Hollywood movie Little Boy – apparently delivers a message of peace. But it happens a lot, nobody knows why. During one of the media interaction sessions, when Saman was asked about his favourite director among Arbaaz and Sohail, he said: “Since Arbaaz doesn’t want to direct, I feel Sohail is a better director because he is more patient and with Sohail, you can improvise on things but in a similar situation, Arbaaz gets panicked and his blood pressure starts to fluctuate”.
Salman’s film Tubelight is scheduled to release on June 23 this year. It’s a negative emotion. “Any conflict can be resolved only by discussing it across the table”, he said. India has repeatedly accused Pakistan of funding terror and protests against the army in Jammu and Kashmir as well as ceasefire violations along the Line of Control. Three years ago, Sajid Nadiadwala’s directorial debut “Kick” made the fans go insane about the style of the movie and the epic punch lines that were delivered by Salman Khan.
Salman Khan, who is leaving no stone unturned for the success of Kabir Khan directorial venture Tubelight starring Sohail Khan and Chinese actress Zhu Zhu, revealed few details about his next project Dabangg 3.