Kabir Khan has shown his upcoming film Tubelight to Salim khan who has loved it. Earlier Salman Khan has revealed that his father is his biggest critic.
Kabir Khan, who directs Salman in Tubelight, feels the same way about Salim. He says, “I showed him the first cut. He came out of the edit room and without saying a word, gave me a big, tight hug. Need I say more?”
Reportedly Salim’s inputs worked for Bajrangi Bhaijaan as well. Salim Khan says, “I told Kabir to not put the song at the end of Bajrangi Bhaijaan because it was diluting the impact of the film.” He confirms having watched Tubelight and calls it a beautiful film and adds, “Kabir has made it well.”
On the other hand, Kabir is grateful to Salim Khan for being a great support while developing the story. “I always make it a point to narrate the script to him before I start filming. How many people have the privilege of getting a living legend to doctor their script? He has always come up with invaluable inputs for me. For Tubelight, too, he gave me a few pointers that made the screenplay better,” reveals Kabir.
In fact, the catchline in the posters Kya Tumhe Yakeen Ha is actually written by Salim Khan. But he doesn’t like to take credit for it completely. “We were all discussing it and it is always a team effort.”
Tubelight is gearing up for Eid release.