23 Jun, 2017
2 hrs 16 mins
77,042 votes
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In a small picturesque town of North India, lives Laxman (Salman Khan), with his younger brother Bharat (Sohail Khan). The two have no other family and are inseparable. Laxman is a simpleton and is unique in the way he sees the world around him. His brother, Bharat, is fiercely protective of him and the two share a deep bond.

Laxman's world comes crashing down, when war breaks out and Bharat gets drafted into the Army. A helpless Bharat leaves a devastated Laxman behind. News from the border only worsens, as the tension continues to escalate. Seeing the carnage around him and worried for his brother, the simple - minded Laxman decides he must stop this conflict and get his brother back.

TUBELIGHT is set in 1962 and tells the story of one man’s unshakeable belief in himself and the love for his family.
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Verdict: Salman-Matin steal the show with their awwsome and awwdorable chemistry. Three more nights to go before the crescent moon is out there but Bhai has already given his fans a wonderful Eidi; the big release we all have been waiting for. One of the highly anticipated Bollywood films of the year 2017, Tubelight marks []... ...Read full review
Tubelight has a message that resonates with current times keep the faith and believe in the good. Salmans sincere and heartfelt performance in the film will definitely move you. Keep that box of tissues handy! ...Read full review
When it comes to performances-Salman laughs and cries unselfconsciously, unraveling the lesser-seen side of his macho image. He cannot move mountains with his performance but he manages to keep the faith alive. Sohail is sincere. Zhu Zhu shows spunk and young Matin entertains. And, Om Puri reminds you of the mettle unsung heroes are made of. ...Read full review
t may hit you rather late like a tube-light while you`re watching the movie, if you care about it at all, but this is the most non-Salman film that actor/superstar Salman Khan, North India`s Rajinikanth, has ever done in his career. And the fact that he`s actually acting the hell out of this movie (I mean that as a compliment), rather than making do with his casual swag, makes it even more special, if not almost historic! ...Read full review
Its been a while since Salman Khan started playing a clumsy yet golden hearted man-child. He has aced this game by now and Tubelight might be his best shot at it. Laxman Singh Bisht aka Tubelight is the favourite entertainer of Jagatpur in the Kumaon region. ...Read full review
There`s a whiff of a promising idea at the heart of "Tubelight", a film built on good intentions and a flimsy conceit. It`s intended as an uplifting tale about the "taakat of yakeen" (or the power of self-belief), but it`s weighed down by a wafer-thin plot, cloying sentimentality, and a central performance so labored, so contrived it`s painful to watch. ...Read full review

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