Image from Tubelight

thanks to MSDhoni..

12 Responses to “Image from Tubelight”

  1. With this first look the subject matter becomes all the more intriguing. I just hope Kabir has devoted sufficient time on scripting and not rushing to filming in view of Eid release, which is advancing further next year and will fall in June.

    Here are the bullet points to what all is known to us and hope they do not bite off more than they can chew –

    – Movie is set in the 1960s

    – Movie is apparently based on the Sino-Indian war of 1962, which had a “disputed Himalayan border” at the center of it


    – Salman will be undertaking a journey of enlightenment from India to China in the film.

    – Movie isn’t a political saga. It’s more a human drama

    – It’s a story about two brothers — played by Salman and real-life
    brother Sohail Khan (Either or both play mentally challenged looking
    at Salman’s new hairdo)

    – plot requires a female protagonist and leading lady’s role is impactful. Chinese actress Zhu Zhu with Hollywood movies under her resume will be enacting the female lead.

    Is there anything else I am missing


  2. I’m thrilled to work with Salman Khan, I’m charmed by his talent – Says Tubelight actress Zhu Zhu

    “….Zhu Zhu too is excited to work with Salman in Tubelight. “I received the script of Tubelight and I was deeply touched by the spirit of the film and I am sure this is going to be another amazing experience in my career and in my life. I am thrilled to have this opportunity to work with Salman Khan. I have seen his films and I’m very much charmed by his talent. Kabir Khan is not only a brilliant filmmaker but also in his films he always talks about humanity and love and ordinary people’s lives which everyone in the world can relate to, I am honoured to be a part of Tubelight,” states Zhu Zhu.”


    By Sanyukta Iyer, Mumbai Mirror | Aug 11, 2016, 03.41 AM IST

    “……Joining them on the sets is Bhai’s new screen love, the Beijing-based actress Zhu Zhu who makes her Bollywood debut in the historical drama. Written by Neelesh Misra, Tubelight is set during the 1962 Sino-Indian War.

    Zhu Zhu landed in Mumbai two months ago and was staying at a Bandra five star. Kabir Khan and casting director Mukesh Chabbra assigned a Hindi tutor to her since the Chinese actress will have a few lines in Hindi. The actress also undertook an extensive workshop.

    Zhu Zhu rose to fame in China as a VJ for MTV while studying to become an electrical engineer in 2005. She went on to feature in the critically acclaimed Wachowski siblings production, Cloud Atlas, in 2012, followed by 11 international films over the next three years, including Russell Crowe, Lucy Liu-starrer, The Man with the Iron Fists, and Last Flight alongside Gossip Girl actor Ed Westwick.

    Earlier this year, Zhu Zhu wrapped up the second season of the Netflix show, Marco Polo, in which she plays the Blue Princess, Kokachin.

    Over the last six years, Zhu Zhu has made it to TC Candler’s “100 Most Beautiful Faces” of 2012 and 2013. In the same year, she graced the Vanity Fair annual ball. Her style icon status back home has earned the porcelain faced beauty endorsement deals with top global fashion houses, including Stella McCartney, Gucci, Salvatore Ferragamo, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton”.


  4. After this film hope China will stop troubling India over Arunachal Pradesh. Just the way Pakistan stopped troubling India after Bajrangi Bhaijaan!


  5. Always in character !


  6. Like

  7. Gosh ! yeh kar kya raha hai !! If this still is anything to go by then Kabir can talk & walk hollywood and leave Hollywood and Tom Hanks far behind !!

    Brilliant ! As they say in my village – jiyo raja !!!


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