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Salman Khan on first poster of Tubelight

Salman Khan on first poster of Tubelight

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In the poster of Tubelight Salman can be seen posing backside with a quirky tag line "Kya Tumhe Yakeen Hai".

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After launching the social media handles in an innovative video yesterday, Salman Khan Films released the first poster of their forthcoming film Tubelight today.

The makers had released a small teaser of the film on April. 18 featuring a chorus in the voice of kids. On 18 April, a tiny 13-second teaser of Tubelight was revealed.

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Thankfully, the cold war between Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan (SRK) is over and done with and the two superstars have once again forged a strong bond. Chinese actress Zhu Zhu is playing the lead role as China girl who falls love with Indian warrior. Most of the movie is shooted in Manali and Ladakh.

The film is slated for June 23 release. On this concept, Kabir Khan is making the movie. "If you have it then "Back his Back".

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It consists of an open court leading into a rectangular hall, a corridor and inner chamber, the Ministry of Antiquities said. "The excavation is ongoing", AFP reports that Mostafa Waziri, the head of the Egyptian archeological mission, said.

Salman released the poster on Twitter and wrote: "Kya tumhe yakeen hai?".

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