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Salman Khan starrer Tubelight ‘ s First Schedule Ended Earlier Then Scheduled

When Kabir Khan announced the shooting of first schedule of Tubelight, it gained a lot of buzz from the media all around. As the days passed, it was revealed that the lead actress of the film starring Salman Khan will not be an Indian actress but the talented Chinese actress-singer Zhu Zhu.

The unit of the film was shooting in the land of Leh Ladakh for quite a few days. As now reported the first schedule has wrapped up just a day before and they are all set to begin with the schedule. The earlier finishing of the schedule was celebrated by having a lunch near the riverside.

Director of the film Kabir Khan shared the photos from the day on his official Twitter account. The second schedule of the movie will being from 24th August and will continue from October. A major portion of the film will be shot in Kashmir as it plays a major role in the storyline of the film.

Salman Khan is back to Mumbai for completing other work commitments and he will be soon leaving to Kashmir to resume shooting for the second schedule of Tubelight.

Tubelight is said to be a period drama written by Neelesh Mishra and where the lead actor Salman Khan falls in love with a girl from China. Set in the backdrop of 1962 war between China and India at Sino-Indian Border, Salman will be portraying the role of a person with special needs for the first time in his career in Indian film industry.

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