Here's our review of the movie...
Tubelight is the story of a man's unshakable faith in himself and the love for his family. Tubelight 23rd June 2017 business is very much close to what we predicted earlier.
However, the presence of Salman Khan on big screen is more than enough to lift up the spirits of his true-blue fans and this is why the trade experts are counting heavily on the latest Khan release.
Remo also choreographed Salman for the "Radio" song in Kabir Khan's directorial venture "Tubelight", which released on Friday. The video shows him reading the lines of the script and showing his acting skills which ranged from crying to dancing. Do you know that this lovely little boy had to compete among thousand other kids to get finalised for the role? Above all, Shah Rukh Khan too has a cameo part in the film. Hrithik has done it, so Hrithik would be a good choice.
In a nutshell, "Tubelight" is worth watching for the endearing acts by Salman and Matin and a heart warming tale about futility of war.
"Salman comes on set and does his rehearsals then and there with everyone".
"We have a lot of trust in the content and the makers of "Tubelight". Kabir failed to have even a single emotional scene in the film.
He was last seen in Veer (2010), which received neither commercial nor critical success. However, there's some awesome camera work by Aseem Mishra. This non-Salman fan had her eyes all welled up. Laxman keeps asking the army chief posted there, Major Rajveer Tokas (Yashpal Sharma) when will his brother return from war. But, this Salman Khan film on day 1 may not achieve what is expected from it and what other "Wanted" star films have done so far. Kabir Khan's screenplay is a delight.
Salman Khan took as a lesson of life taught by Mahatma Gandhi and Om Puri.
Kya Tumhe Yakeen Hai that Tubelight is going to live up to your expectations?
The story of two brothers, the ultimate brotherhood they tried to showcase from real life to reel life doesn't really bring in any wow factor in spite of having a cinematic influence. It struggles to find its own identity and by the time you manage to give it one, the end credits are rolling on the screen. Sohail Khan, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub and Om Puri have complemented the story as they add crucial emotional elements. But at 150 minutes, the film overstretches its run-time by more than half an hour. As for Salman, although he tries hard to pull off a Forest Gump in the film, he fails miserably at it. Keep that box of tissues handy!