Tubelight makers want film to be released in Pakistan

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On the work front, the "Sultan" star is now busy promoting his upcoming film "Tubelight" that hits the big screens on June 23.

Salman Khan's Tubelight, which has been creating a huge buzz among millions of his fans worldwide, will not be released in Pakistan.

Mumbai: Chinese star Zhu Zhu is all set to mark her big Bollywood debut with superstar Salman Khan's "Tubelight". Until the Ministry of Information and the censor board gives an answer we can not release the film.

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The distributors will decide to release the film after two weeks in Pakistan since it would have released globally by then. He was in hesitate to acquire the film because two more local films are releasing in Pakistan for an Eid.

Right from Shah Rukh Khan's Raees to Aamir Khan's Dangal, several Indian films face problems in getting a release in Pakistan. The Tubelight actor smoothly takes over the roads amidst tight security and a crowd of fans.

Even Pakistan's Central Board of Film Censors chief Mobasher Hasan told IANS: "It's the distributor's choice to import any foreign film". Salman Khan recently during the promotion of his film expressed his opinion on warmongering.

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The director of Tubelight movie is Kabir Khan.

Khan, who has produced Shor Sharaba, has pushed the release of his film to avoid box office clash with Tubelight if it releases on Eid. Sohail and Salman reveal why it was best for them to play brothers in the film.

"We are now going to screen it in Pakistani cinemas on July 21", Khan said, adding Pakistani films can't compete with Salman's film since he has a huge following in the country.

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