Published On: Fri, Jul 7th, 2017

Tubelight Business At Box Office: Salman Khan Fails To Make A Record

Salman Khan’s movie Tubelight failed to make a record, it remained unsuccessful to match the past records of Salman’s movies and film will face a lot of troubles in its third week because on 13 day it has worst collection at box office.

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Tubelight is an Indian war drama movie which is directed as well as written by the Kabir Khan who has received many awards because of his outstanding work, the movie is produced by the Salman Khan himself, Sohail khan along Salman Khan is also in the movie and movie was released on 23 June 2017.

Fans of Salman khan were expecting more than this collection but movie is filed to capture the attraction of the world, after Salman’ s movie Veer, it has become the worst movie in terms of collection in second week of Salman Khan and now film is facing troubles in his third week.

The movie is about the Sino-Indian war, in the film Salman is acting as a good hearted person who is clean and clear person, his brother Sohail khan as Bharat sing has to be loss when he goes on war while he serving with Kumaon Regiment and Salman goes in search of his brother.

Sohail Khan is an Indian actor, producer and director; he started his career as a film producer and director in 1997 action thriller Auzaar movie, later he moved towards acting and made his debut in movie along with his brother Salman Maine Dil Tujhko Diya.

The Indian superstar Salman was very confident about the collection of his movie Tubelight but it failed to make the records, in terms of his last successful films like Ek Tha Tiger, Bajrangi Bhaijan this movie is failed to collect sufficient amount and now its total collection of two weeks is 112.75 crore.

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