Published: Sun, May 28, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Indian Army trains 600 actors

Indian Army trains 600 actors

"Heroines have always played strong roles in my films". Zhu Zhu plays an important role in the film but we can't talk about it.

According to the DNA sources, Kabir Khan requested the Indian Army to train his actors, to which they agreed.

"China market is different when it comes to releasing Indian films".

Now keeping this in mind, the producers of Tubelight too have made a decision to follow Aamir Khan's footsteps and have unanimously agreed to maintain a constant ticket price right through the opening weekend and first week of the film's release. Set against the background of 1962 Indo-China war, Tubelight tells the story of two brothers who are separated by the war, when one of them joins the Indian Army to fight the Chinese and gets captured by their army. The film has to be presented to them, they have to like it and then pass it.

Indian Army trains 600 actors
Indian Army trains 600 actors

"Our film is an adaptation of Little Boy. We have made it in context of our history", PTI quoted Kabir Khan as saying.

The self-styled critic, also known as KRK, shared his video review of the Tubelight trailer where he trashed the film left, right and centre. He further adds that Tubelight will also meet the same fate at the box office as Jai Ho and Kabir Khan's last movie Phantom. They have previously worked together in films like Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Ek Tha Tiger.

Also starring Sohail Khan, late Om Puri, and Shah Rukh Khan in cameo, Tubelight releases this Eid.

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