Salman Khan is a big name in India and outside India too and things got really hot when the posters of the latest Salman flick, Tubelight were all over the New York City. But before you decide to watch the movie, read this spoiler-less review of the movie and then do as you wish.
The movie is really good and you can feel that in the trailers too. Salman Khan‘s sweet and innocent avatar can surely move you. To those who don’t know what the movie is about, the movie is a tale of two brothers, one of them is in the Indian Army and the other one is a sufferer of some kind of mental deformity (not scientifically but literally). The elder brother (Sohail Khan) is on in the war and news bashes that he’s killed during the war (or maybe martyred would be a better word).
Now, this is what the plot of the movie is and if you think that the movie successfully follows the storyline, then you are wrong at some point. Kabir Khan was so busy in making the movie as emotionally moving as possible that he lost the track of the movie after half time.
The addition of unnecessary songs in-between only tests our tolerance. I still don’t understand why the filmmakers here include such songs in the movie just to make it a bit bigger rather than adding some more stuff into the story and making it more interesting.
Anyways, the movie keeps on going slowly until the Chinese actors gather the screen and set a firm pace to the slow-as-snail movie.
I am not a fan of Salman Khan and his movies, neither I am a hater but to me, the movie was just another tale that Bollywood keeps on showing us from the last few decades with different characters. It was a good plot, but they ended up making it similar to the previous movies.
Salman Khan could be the reason for millions to watch the movie, but to be honest, he is also the reason to not watch it. It was too much focused on making him look cry-worthy that everything messed up and there were many incidents in the movie where Kabir Khan could have won the heart completely, but he definitely failed. Although, he didn’t fail in making a decent movie and if you have no other plans this weekend, you can go watch Tubelight once.