On Friday, when Salman Khan's film Tubelight hit the cinemas, the actor visited PVR Multiplex in Mumbai to talk about his NGO Being Human and PVR's partnership. When he was asked to respond to the mixed reviews of the film, he said he is not worried but confident that the film will get him a lot of respect.
On Thursday night, Salman Khan hosted a special screening of his film Tubelight at a suburban multiplex. Shah Rukh Khan, who has a special appearance in the film, attended the screening and so did many other B-town stars.
Matin Rey Tangu, the child actor from Kabir Khan's Tubelight who wooed the media earlier this week, watched the film with Salman Khan's father Salim Khan at a preview theatre in Mumbai on Wednesday night. The paparazzi waiting outside snapped him walking out with a bucket of popcorn. He was accompanied by his parents.
The first screening of Salman Khan's next film Tubelight was held at Yashraj Studios on Tuesday evening for family members and close friends of the actor. Director Kabir Khan played host to the guests from the film fraternity. Salman's father Salim Khan and brother Arbaaz were spotted leaving the preview theatre after the screening.
In an interview to NDTV.com, the filmmaker explained why his films always have a political backdrop and why he never hesitates before speaking his mind.
On Monday, Salman Khan and the team of Tubelight introduced the child actor of the film, Matin Rey Tangu to the media. Even in the presence of Salman and Sohail Khan, the little one turned out to be the star of the evening. Apart from singing and dancing, he managed the media questions way better than Salman does.
Actor Salman Khan, whose film Tubelight is set against the backdrop of the 1962 Sino-Indian war, spoke about the futility of wars during the promotions of his forthcoming movie. The 51-year-old actor said that violence between nations could stop if those who order war are sent to the battle front. (Video courtesy: ViralBollywood.com)
During the promotions of Tubelight, when Salman Khan was asked to talk about his director and actor brothers, he said Sohail is a better director than Arbaaz because he is more patient and lets you improvise.
Director Kabir Khan along with superstar Salman Khan and his on-screen and off-screen brother Sohail Khan launched the trailer of their upcoming film Tubelight in Mumbai. The superstar was his naughty self at the media gathering. Kabir Khan said he got the idea of Tubelight from the film Little Boy.