Filmmaker Kabir Khan’s next ‘Tubelight’ starring superstar Salman Khan may have components of drama and comedy with politics as the backdrop.
“It is mostly about a issue that is personal. Can’t talk in what exactly at this time. Of course my films also have a backdrop that is political them because thats what excites me and I also find real. So ‘Tubelight’ also offers only a little backdrop that is political” Kabir told PTI.
From the comfort of his debut ‘Kabul Express’, to ‘New York’ along with his last, ‘Phantom’, the filmmaker has helmed movies which have a good background that is political.
‘Tubelight’ will mark the collaboration that is third Kabir plus the 50-year-old ‘Dabangg’ star after blockbusters ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ and ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’.
When asked if their film that is upcoming will the lines of ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’, Kabir said, “when it comes to its emotional space it really is just like Bajrangi Bhaijaan. But story is extremely different. It really is a lot more of humour and emotional space I) have not delved into. that we(Salman and”
It had been stated that Salman is going to be undertaking a journey of enlightenment from India to China when you look at the film.
The director said ‘Tubelight’ could have a “China take into account the whole story” but he can be shooting the movie in Ladakh.
‘Tubelight’ is scheduled to produce on Eid year that is next.