Salman Khan’s Tubelight was touted to be one of the greatest hits of 2017. With a hit mix of Kabir Khan and Salman Khan, Tubelight was relied upon to break a couple of records in the cinematic world. Yet, not at all like his past movies, Tubelight neglected to weave any enchantment. The film got a thumbs down from commentators, as well as from Bhai fans as well.
At the point when Salman’s film cross the Rs 100-crore check inside three days of their discharge, Tubelight bombed pitiably in achieving that stamp in just about seven days. What’s more, with each passing day, the numbers are just crumbling.
Also, if a report in Mid-Day is to be trusted, the wholesalers of Tubelight are requesting a discount from performing artist Salman for every one of the misfortunes brought about to them.
A wholesaler, on the state of obscurity, told the day by day, “Salman’s movies can gather Rs 100 crore in three days, yet this time, Tubelight achieved the three-figure check following seven days. Single screen proprietors in little urban communities have endured the most, with many acquiring misfortunes of over Rs 1 crore. The aggregate misfortune adds up to Rs 40-50 crore.”
The source included, “This is the first occasion when we have confronted such a circumstance. The wholesalers are confident that Salman will pay off their harms.”
In the interim, Salman is occupied with shooting for Ali Abbas Zafar’s Tiger Zinda Hai.