China war backwas required for ‘Tubelight’: Kabir Khan
Mumbai, May 25 : Director Kabir Khan said his historical war drama “Tubelight” demanded the context of the Indo-Sino War and even though the film was set up in the 62s it is relevant even today.
When asked if the manufacturers were choosing the China War as a backdrop instead of Pakistan to avoid controversy, Salman said jokingly: “Restart Bajrangi Bhaijaan ‘again. “
Khan interrupted by saying that the story of “Tubelight” required the backdrop of the 1962 war.
“We did” Bajrangi Bhaijaan “who had Pakistan as a backdrop, but there was no controversy around the film. This is not the reason (to avoid controversy, so the angle of Pakistan ‘Is not included in’ Tubelight ‘).
“Each story requires a certain context and timeline.
‘Tubelight’ demanded that this film be defined in 1962. But there are other elements in the story. It’s a relevant story, even in today’s time, but we can not reveal it all now. “
The star “Dabangg” said that “Tubelight” is the story of two brothers tried by him and Sohail Khan.
“Basically, this story is about two brothers, a brother goes to war and other stays and prays for the war to end so his brother can come back.” Now if his belief can restore his brother or not, Is the story Is about, “said Salman.
Speaking further of the plot of the film, Kabir said the film concerns the Kumaon Regiment as it is an active regiment on both fronts of the war – east and west.
Still featured with Chinese actress Zhu Zhu and Om Puri, “Tubelight” is ready to release this Eid.