Kabir Khan Made Sure Tubelight looked real on reel!

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Tubelight is set in the 60s in a hill station in North India. Director Kabir Khan is known to keep the look of his films authentic to the storyline. If the script demands shooting at a difficult location, he goes ahead with his crew. Tubelight is set in the 60s in a hill station in North India so the script required an untouched location at a high altitude and challenging weather conditions.

Kabir shares, “I like to shoot at real locations. For me the Locations are very important. I really feel that locations bring a certain character to the film and if you cheat a location too much, I feel somehow the character goes away.”

The film has been shot in Manali and parts of Ladakh. Salman Khan, Sohail and the rest of the cast and crew braved the difficult weather and shot for almost 3 months.

The team spent almost a month in Ladakh tackling some extreme weather conditions. On one of the days the location the team was shooting and the weather took a turn for the worst. Heavy winds were blowing and the shoot had to be stopped. It got so bad that the crew’s tents were uprooted!

Tubelight is produced by Salma Khan & Salman Khan and directed by Kabir Khan. It stars Salman Khan, Sohail Khan and Zhu Zhu. It is co-produced by Amar Butala. The executive producer is Rajan Kapoor, the associate producer is Garima Mehta and music is by Pritam. Tubelight will release in cinemas worldwide on Eid.

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