Amidst all the controversy and rumours that were taking rounds on the internet over the release of Salman Khan’s much-awaited Eid release Tubelight, the air has finally been cleared. Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Salman Khan Films, Amar Bhutala in his statement to the Indian Express has confirmed that the movie will release in Pakistan but its date is still not confirmed. Reacting to the controversy’s about it not being released in Pakistan, Bhutala said, “It is not true, Tubelight will definitely release in Pakistan too but I cannot confirm a release date.” Another statement by him states, “Salman Khan Films is committed to taking Tubelight to markets across the globe with our overseas distributors Yash Raj Films. Salman has a huge following in Pakistan, which has only grown with the positive messaging on Bajrangi Bhaijaan. We hope to release Tubelight in Pakistan as well, and our efforts continue in that direction, but we respect the law of the land and judiciary if they decide otherwise.”
Many media reports speculated that the film will not release in Pakistan as the distributors had refused to release it. Although it is confirmed that the film will not release on June 23 in Pakistan as it is likely to pose a threat to all the other local films that will be released on the eve of Eid. According to an Indian Express report, two Pakistani films are to be released around the same time when Tubelight is set to release. While one of the movies is Yalghaar and the other is Sharaba.
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This news will bring delight to all the Salman Khan fans in Pakistan, they just need to keep their patience as the release of the movie might be delayed by some days but it will definitely be shown in the country.