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Salman Khan wraps up 'Tubelight' shoot in Ladakh, celebrates with team (see pics)

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, who has been riding high these days, has been on the toes since the release of ‘Sultan’. However, this time it has been for his next project – ‘Tubelight’. Helmed by

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New Delhi Published on: August 15, 2016 11:15 IST
Salman Khan with team of 'Tubelight'
Salman Khan with team of 'Tubelight'

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, who has been riding high these days, has been on the toes since the release of ‘Sultan’.

However, this time it has been for his next project – ‘Tubelight’.

Helmed by Kabir Khan, the movie had gone on the floors in July and the team was shooting in Ladakh.

While the entire team of ‘Tubelight’ had been working hard for the movie, their efforts seem to have paid of well.

The team of Salman Khan-starrer "Tubelight" wrapped up the Ladakh shoot of the movie a day before scheduled. And they celebrated with a lunch by a river.

"We wrapped a day before schedule. So today all of us went biking and had lunch next to a river 'Tubelight'," Khan tweeted on Saturday.

He even shared a photograph from their outing.

The director described the Ladakh leg of the shoot as "one of the toughest schedules ever". However, he said it was the most spectacular.

The schedule started on July 28 with a crew of 200.

Elated with the wrap up, the entire team seem to over the moon. Kabir even shared the pic of his team jumping at 13000 feet above sea level as ends the Ladakh schedule.

This is not the first time that Salman will be working with Kabir. The two have worked in films like "Ek Tha Tiger" in 2012 and in last year's National Award-winning film "Bajrangi Bhaijaan".

‘Tubelight’, also starring Chinese actress-singer Zhu Zhu, is expected to release on Eid next year.

 

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