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Will Salman Khan's 'Tubelight' not release in Pakistan?

15 Jun 2017 | By Shikha Chaudhry

Salman Khan-starrer Tubelight will reportedly not release in Pakistan.

Tubelight is set against the backdrop of 1962 Sino-India war and Pakistan might not release it around Eid.

No distributor has come forward as two big local movies are also scheduled for an Eid release.

However, makers are hopeful the movie would get a release in the country.

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