Brother’s love leads to ends of the war – Tubelight film review


    After Ek Tha Tiger and Bajrangi Bhaijan, Bollywood star Salman Khan comes out with third movie Tubelight on collaboration with director Kabir Khan. The movie hit the theatres today globally. In Nepal also, the movie got houseful on the very first day. Even, pre-booking for the second day and third day (Sunday: Eid) is also almost over.

    After the successful movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan, both in theatres and in the eye of critics, a movie about Indo-Pak border issue, bringing the innocent story of a small girl who crosses India-Pakistan border, the movie Tubelight is being watched with a greater expectation. Even film analyser had already compared the character Pawan of Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Laxman of Tubelight too. But, Tubelight doesn’t present Laxman as a weak character with strong emotional reflection as that of Pawan in Bajrangi Bhaijaan, rather as a strong character who can stop a full-fledged war.

    Rating: 3/5

    Tubelight, bringing out Indo-China war from pre-independence era to the theatre, starts with the stardom of Salman Khan and ends with the stardom of the same Salman Khan. In the movie, Laxman is presented as a character stopping the war. The fight against war starts when Bharat Singh doesn’t return from the war. Then, brother Laxman takes responsibility to bring his brother back. His emotions on brother give him the courage to take such a great responsibility.  Chinese actor and Child actor accompanies him in the journey of bringing his brother back, which leads to the end of the war.

    And yes, Salman fans will surely like his childish act in the movie. The movie reflects Sino-Indian war from 1962. The movie gives a strong moral that one can achieve anything, just need to have strong self confidence.

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