Salman Khan starrer 'Tubelight' teaser will be very special - Here's why

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"Tubelight" is directed by Kabir Khan and also stars Chinese actress Zhu Zhu. For this song, rather than hiring professional singers, Salman suggested calling kids from his residential building, Galaxy apartments. When Salman and Kabir were brainstorming about the promotional strategy of the film, they chose to get kids from the actor's building to lend their voice to the teaser.

According to director Kabir Khan, the idea struck when he and Salman were brainstorming on their promotional strategy. "We at YRF pride ourselves on delivering only the best in filmed entertainment and are thrilled to bring the film to the fans in the global markets this Eid". Since its Salman Khan we are talking about, the route has to be thoda hatke!

MUMBAI-Yash Raj Films will distribute Salman Khan Films' "Tubelight" overseas. The duo is planning to bring kids on board for promoting the film.

Fans of the superstar are earnestly looking forward to the teaser and trailer of "Tubelight", which is slated to release on Eid this year. He had said, "Salman really enjoys working with kids and has a special equation with them that he doesn't often share with grown-ups". Going by Salman's suggestion, they made a decision to take the kids from his building to the studio. Even when we are shooting amongst thousands of spectators, he will always point to a kid, call him and spend time with him.

Both Kabir Khan and Salman Khan then spoke to kids between "six and 11 years" to get the right voice. The exciting part is that the chorus will be used in the teaser logo as well as in the teaser promo of Tubelight. "That's also one of the reasons Bajrangi Bhaijaan which revolved around Munni played by Harshali happened; I knew he would have a special connect with the child".

Kabir Khan and Salman Khan have worked together in the 2015 hit film "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" and the 2012 blockbuster "Ek Tha Tiger".

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