Tubelight Movie review
Cast: Salman Khan, Sohail Khan, Zhu Zhu, Matin Rey Tangu, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub, Om Puri
Director: Kabir Khan
Production House: salman Khan
Music: Pritam, Julius Packiam
Bollywood star Salman Khan has worked together with director Kabir Khan for the third time after Ek Tha Tiger and Bajrangi Bhaijaan for Tubelight that hit theaters today.
Laxman Singh Bisht (Salman) is nicknamed tube light by his neighbors since he is feeble minded. In spite of being unique, Laxman lives by one life-lesson; keep your confidence alive and you can do practically anything, even stop a war.
Story of the film:The story of two siblings Bharat Singh Bisht (Sohail Khan) and Lakshman Singh Bisht (Salman Khan). In childhood their parents passes away and both siblings become together and especially like each other. Everything was going fine till abruptly a war breaks out – The Sino-Indian war of 1962. Bharat and different youngsters from the town join the Indian armed force and go to the front to battle. Laxman likewise tries to join the armed force yet comes up short the physical test and subsequently he remains back at home. An Indian lady of Chinese source Lee Ling (Zhu Zhu) originates from Calcutta to remain there with her little child Guwo (Matin Ray Tangu).
After some time when Bharat does not return home, Laxman goes out looking for him. At the point when Lakshman goes out to discover his sibling, he meets many individuals. The hand over the story comes when Laxman understands a considerable measure of things after the interim and there is a faith in him that he will bring his sibling back. Does Lakshman bring his brother back? To know this you should watch the motion picture
The account of the film is exceptionally passionate, which is not quite the same as Salman Khan’s Malasa sort of film’s. The plot appears to have lost in labyrinth while searching for a reason. Laxman’s character is not properly scripted and leaves you with many inquiries. There are a few unnecessary characters without whom the film would do similarly well. The ending is predictable and the climax could be somewhat more interesting.
Direction of Kabir Khan
Kabir khan utilizes the plot, war backdrop, the exceptional capacity of the hero and the thought of confidence – much like the first, yet utilizes an Indian setting to get mass acknowledgment. The film’s direction is great and cinematography, the areas are likewise useful for the story. Camerawork and story stream is likewise great.
Salman Khan has done a good acting in this motion picture and it can be called one of the best movies of his career. The honesty of his face and water in his eyes can likewise dampen a few people’s eyes. His chemistry with genuine sibling Sohail is charming.
Sohail Khan pulls off a normal performance. The absence of looks all over is noticeable. Aside from Salman, there is the veteran on-screen character Om Puri, who is no longer among us. His work is additionally extremely fascinating.
Child actor Matin Ray Tangu is too cute adorable and talented and you wouldn’t have any desire to take your eyes off him however then he doesn’t have much to do in the film. The same goes for the truly Chinese on-screen character Zhu Zhu, who makes her Bollywood make a big appearance with this film.
Mohammad Zeeshan Ayub has done estimable work. The cameo of Shahrukh Khan additionally goes ahead perfect time, which is astounding.
Music:The music of the film is great and one of the good thing of the tunes is that during this, the narrative of the film continues developing and we additionally realize that in the film, why Salman Khan is called ‘tubelight’. The foundation score of the film is great.
Watch Or Not:
Most likely, somewhat more was normal from the performing artist executive team who has conveyed a film like Bajrangi Bhaijaan before! In any case, on the off chance that you are a huge fan of Salman Khan then you can watch it.