If you loved the first teaser poster of Salman Khan's Eid release, Tubelight, you will be in awe of this new poster, which introduces Salman's little co-star Matin Ray and we just couldn't take our eyes off this adorable little child. After his amazing camaraderie with little Harshali Malhotra aka Munni, Salman is yet again coming with another child artist, Matin Ray, who is rumoured to be playing his on-screen son. Matin Ray is from Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh. Ever since the movie was announced, it has been creating tremendous buzz and now that its teaser is due for release in 2 days, fans can't control their excitement.

We couldn't help but crave for more when the first poster of Tubelight was revealed. As minimalist as it could be, the poster just had Salman Khan's back facing the camera. Dressed in a brown blazer and pants, with a cap and a cross body bag, Salman's character is generating a lot of curiosity amongst the viewers. And the caption, “Kya Tumhe Yakeen Hai” adds to the whole excitement. Now with the second poster, we are introduced to his little co-star, Matin Ray, who will be playing an important role in the film. After watching Salman with Harshali in Bajrangi Bhaijaan, we hope to see that magic again on-screen with Matin Ray.

While we were swooning over this little child artist, Salman introduced another of his co-star from the film, Sohail Khan. This new still from the film, which Salman shared on his own Twitter, features Sohail and him sharing a brotherly moment atop a bus. Interestingly, this real-life brother jodi is playing brothers in the film as well. Set in the 1962 China-India war, the film will narrate the love story of an Indian soldier (played by Salman Khan) and Chinese girl (played by Chinese actress Zhu Zhu). The film is set to hit the theatres this Eid.

The trailer of this upcoming movie of Salman Khan was supposed to be attached to Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, but apparently it was pulled out at the last minute. It was later announced that the teaser of the film will be out on May 5th . Widely shot in the scenic location of Manali, Leh and Ladakh, this much-awaited Hindi movie by Kabir Khan is booked for the big screen this Eid.

Written By: Mansi Gupta | Post Date: 03 May 2017

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