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Salman’s act in Tubelight ‘five times better’ than Bajrangi Bhaijaan: Kabir Khan

Filmmaker Kabir Khan believes Salman Khan’s performance in Tubelight is far, far better than his previous film with him, Bajrangi Bhaijaan.

bollywood Updated: Feb 02, 2017 18:34 IST
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Chinese actor Zhu Zhu will make her Bollywood debut with Tubelight starring Salman Khan.
Chinese actor Zhu Zhu will make her Bollywood debut with Tubelight starring Salman Khan.

Filmmaker Kabir Khan says superstar Salman Khan’s performance in their upcoming film Tubelight is five times better than the one in their 2015 blockbuster Bajrangi Bhaijaan.

Speaking to media at the screening of the Oscar-nominated film Lion on Wednesday here, Kabir said: “Salman will be seen in a completely different way in the film (Tubelight). If people have thought that Salman’s performance is special in Bajrangi Bhaijaan, then his performance in Tubelight is five times better than it. The audience will see Salman’s better performance in Tubelight.”

Asked about the status of the shooting of the film, the Ek Tha Tiger director said that only “a day’s shoot is left”.

After delivering hit films like Ek Tha Tiger and Bajrangi Bhaijaan, is there any pressure?

“I made a film and now it’s up to the audience to decide whether the film is good or bad. However, I don’t carry forward the pressure of the past film. Otherwise, I would have made another movie like Ek Tha Tiger.

Tubelight is Kabir Khan’s third film with Salman Khan. (HT Photo)

“We have made Tubelight and if people like the film, the business will be similar or more than ‘Bajrangi...’ and if they don’t, then it would be a bit low.”

Talking about the challenges he faced during the shooting, he said: “I shot this film in Ladakh. That was the most challenging... to shoot the film in that location.”

Salman Khan enjoys rafting with Tubelight crew in Manali.

Kabir also strongly condemned the recent attack on ace filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali in Jaipur.

He found it “shocking and horrific”.

“I can’t believe that it happened in my country. Everybody has the right to express things but in a democratic way and not in a hooliganism way. It’s disgusting.”

Tubelight is slated for an Eid release.

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