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Tubelight is a movie starring Salman Khan, Sohail Khan, and Om Puri. A story of two brothers set during the Sino-Indian war, 1962: the younger one who's at war at the borders and the elder who's at war with his own world.

War, Drama
Kabir Khan
Om Puri, Sohail Khan, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub, Salman Khan

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Product details

Genres War, Drama
Director Kabir Khan
Writer Manu Rishi Chadha, Kabir Khan, Parveez Sheikh
Stars Om Puri, Sohail Khan, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub, Salman Khan
Country India
Runtime 2 h 16 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In a small picturesque town in North India, Laxman (Salman Khan) lives with his younger brother Bharat (Sohail Khan). The two have no other family and are inseparable. Laxman's world comes crashing down, when war breaks out and Bharat gets drafted into the Army. A helpless Bharat leaves a devastated Laxman behind. News from the border only worsens, as the tension continues to escalate. Seeing the carnage around him and worried for his brother, Laxman decides he must stop this conflict and get his brother back.

Top reviews

Friday, 26 Jun 2020 11:02

Kudos to the makers of this movie for creating an atmosphere of sympathy and understanding towards the Sikh family. It would have been difficult to portray the same sentiment for the Christian family, with the history of Inquisition and religious fanaticism in the west. It was even harder to portray the same sentiment for the Muslim family, for the history of Inquisition and religious fanaticism in the west. It is an extremely moving and touching story, that portrays the trials and tribulations faced by the Sikh community. The movie, however, did not end on a happy note. It does not end on a good note, and it does not end on a sad note. The movie is a documentary about the Sikh community, and about the Sikh community in Europe. The movie is meant to be watched with an open mind, and without prejudice. The movie is not about Sikhs, it is about the Sikhs in Europe. It is not a history lesson, it is not a documentary, it is not a lesson, it is a moving, emotional story. I am sure that most viewers will leave the movie with a smile on their face, and a smile on their lips. I would also like to say, that this movie, as a documentary, does a very good job of portraying the reality of the Sikh community, which is an extremely under-represented minority in Europe. The fact that it was produced in Canada, speaks volumes about the fact that the producers knew what they were doing, and what they were bringing to the table. I can't say enough good things about this movie. I would definitely recommend it to anyone, because it is well worth watching. This movie is not just about the Sikh community, it is about the Sikhs in Europe.
Friday, 22 May 2020 16:46

Kajol(Kriti Sanon) is a loner who lives in a small town in India. She doesn't talk much and when she does it is often with anger. When her father dies she is sent to the local school to study. She doesn't get along with the teacher and she becomes infatuated with the local girl. She is in a strange relationship with her classmate, so much so that she has a crush on her. As the school year comes to a close, she realizes she has to move away from her hometown. She decides to stay in the U.S. with her mother. The only person she sees is her teacher who is an aspiring actress. She finds the girls acting in a school play and they start to develop a relationship. She realizes that they have feelings for each other and it is obvious that they want to get closer. Kajol and her mother decide to move to the U.S. with her. Kajol comes to realize that the relationships she has formed are far from normal and she finds out that the girls that she dates are actually her friends. This is an amazing film with some wonderful performances. Kriti Sanon does a fantastic job as Kajol and gives her character a strong and caring side. Kriti Sanon is a talented actress and has shown her ability with some really good films. The film is very emotional and although the film doesn't have a very big budget, it still manages to make an impact. The only downside to the film is that it does drag a little. The film is told from Kajol's point of view and that is fine because that gives the film a more serious feel. It also doesn't have a very strong message. The film is sad and I guess that is what it is about. The film is great and I recommend it.
Saturday, 02 May 2020 08:01

In this documentary based on the life of a three-year old child, Jyotishah (Anupam Kher) in the city of Bangalore, finds out that his father (Rakesh Omprakash Mehra) is a martyr who has died in the riots of the late 70s. But the truth is that Jyotishah's father had saved all of the houses in his neighborhood from being destroyed by the police. This makes Jyotishah question whether his father was a martyr or not. He also discovers that his father had died in a hospital in Bangalore. Jyotishah's mother (Ritu Basu) is now the daughter-in-law of a former minister (Ravi Kishan) who is trying to turn the city into a big business. She is constantly using Jyotishah to drive her back to her hometown in Kolkata. In a desperate attempt to bring her son back to his parents, Jyotishah begins to believe that his father is a martyr. Jyotishah becomes a rebel. When his mother tells him that she is pregnant, Jyotishah refuses to have any relationship with his mother. His mother threatens to send him to live with his father's widow, and he begins to question whether his father was a martyr or not. The documentary is very well made and very informative. It shows the life of a young boy and his friends as they explore their own lives. There are some nice aspects to the film. Jyotishah's mother tells him about her past, how her husband had died, and how her mother had a few girlfriends. It is a good example of how relationships can change. I liked the fact that it showed how the children were the center of the story and how their parents were the background. Another aspect was that the documentary used the children as actors. This gave it a different feel to the film and added to the narrative of the story. In addition, it did not have a kind of romantic or melodramatic feel. The documentary was also very informative. In addition, it was edited very well. I was glad to see that it was short. Overall, the film was good and informative. It was interesting and well-made. It was well-edited and made the film engaging. I recommend this film to all who are interested in the life of a child and their growing up. It was well-made and well-edited. It was also very informative.

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