'Tubelight' not to break 'Baahubali 2' record, says Salman Khan

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'Tubelight' not to break 'Baahubali 2' record, says Salman Khan
'Tubelight' not to break 'Baahubali 2' record, says Salman Khan

New Delhi : With 'Dangal' getting good figures on Box Office Collection and giving tough competition to 'Baahubali 2', the people are now expecting Salman Khan's 'Tubelight' to do the same. But, the actor seems this as 'not happening'.

Salman Khan is not looking at figures and believes that breaking 'Baahubali 2' record with his upcoming movie will be too much to dream for.

"I doubt that Tubelight will break Baahubali 2's record, because the latter is one of the most freakish films that has been made," Firstpost quoted the 51-year-old actor as saying.

The Bajrangi Bhaijaan actor also added that the Hindi version of S S Rajamouli's film contributed a major chunk in the overall box office collections. "Hindi film-goers lapped up the film despite watching a dubbed version of it. It is because of the Hindi cine-goers that they have got these numbers. But as long as nobody loses money, I am fine. I don't feel the pressure," Salman said in his interview to Firstpost.

'Baahubali 2' collected approximately Rs 500 crores for its Hindi version, distributed by Karan Johar's Dharma Production.

'Tubelight' has been directed by Kabir Khan. Set against the Indo-Sino war of 1962, Tubelight also features Chinese actress Zhu Zhu, child artist Martin Ray Tangu and late actor Om Puri.

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