BollywoodLife has some EXCLUSIVE news from the sets of Salman Khan’s Tubelight. We last told you how Salman wasn’t too pleased with the climax of his Indo-Chinese project and had demanded that director Kabir Khan change it. And now we have proof that things have gone from bad to worse between Salman and Kabir. We got our hands on pictures from Tubelight sets where Salman has literally replaced Kabir. So boards of Kabir Khan Films Pvt Ltd have been replaced with Salman Khan Films (SKF) in the studio. And what’s surprising is that until recently (not even a week ago) it was Kabir’s production banners that were put up in the studio premises. Clearly all’s not well between Salman and Kabir. Salman is known to wear his heart on his sleeve. Not the one to mince words, Salman’s actions often speak louder than words. And this one definitely is screaming trouble for Kabir Khan. We bet that this is not what Kabir might be wanting right now.
We were the first ones to tell you how Salman and Kabir were not seeing eye-to-eye on the sets of Tubelight. In fact, just recently we found out that Salman has expressed his displeasure about Tubelight‘s climax and had asked for the portion to be reshot. This despite the actor having a packed schedule. In October this year when Salman and Kabir were filming for Tubelight in Manali the two had a major fight. While friends close to the filmmaker argued that it wasn’t a big deal and that creative differences had even cropped up while filming for Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Kabir himself took to social media to express his views. The director shared this picture with a caption – “Next time the press does a story of @beingsalmankhan & me not talking… this is the photo they should use HaHa… #Tubelight #Eid2017”
A photo posted by Kabir Khan (@kabirkhankk) on
Salman has however stayed mum and not really come out in the open about his rift with Kabir. However if his latest move is to go by then Kabir should really be worried. The actor will soon start work on Tiger Zinda Hai with Katrina Kaif, a sequel to Kabir Khan‘s Ek Tha Tiger that will be helmed by Ali Abbas Zafar of Sultan fame. This also makes us wonder if Kabir and Salman who have doled out Ek Tha Tiger and Bajrangi Bhaijaan, both of which were superhits will stop working together in future after Tubelight? Well, watch this space!