Kabir Khan’s war drama Tubelight, starring Salman Khan in the lead role is getting us all hyped up since its inception. The film, which is set in the backdrop of 1962’s Indo-China war is one of the anticipated films of the year. In fact, the film has already started breaking records before the release. The film’s Indian distribution rights, except Central India (CI), has been sold to NH Studios for a record breaking amount of Rs 132 crore. The film has already broken the record of Shah Rukh Khan’s Dilwale, which was sold for whopping Rs 125 crore.
Well, music also plays important role in the film and it is something that connects to the audience at first. Well, the film is ensuring success at the Box Office. As per recent reports, Sony Music has acquired the music rights of the Indo – Chinese project for a staggering Rs. 20 crore.
Well, the whopping amount spent for the music rights of films is not something new; especially for the film that stars Salman Khan in the lead role. Reportedly, Tubelight features on three songs and are said to be based on the situational scores that will go along with the story of the film.
Directed and written by Kabir Khan, Tubelight is based on 1962 Sino-Indian War, this historical war drama also features Chinese actress Zhu Zhu, Shatrughan Sinha, and the late Om Puri among others. The movie will see the two stars Shah Rukh and Salman sharing the same screen space after a gap of 10 years.
Tubelight will release this year in June!
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