Salman Khan has decided to bear the loss for his latest flop movie Tubelight by paying Rs 55 Crore, according to the reports.
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Reportedly, pressure mounted upon Salman Khan after his movie failed miserably at the Box Office and several producers and distributors were demanding a refund from Salman. The tweet by trade analyst Komal Nehta confirmed that Salman Khan finally agreed to bear the loss by paying Rs 55 Crore.
SalmanKhan has agreed to refund monies to distributors to make up for losses in Tubelight. A lovely gesture. That’s being human!
— Komal Nahta (@KomalNahta) July 10, 2017
The movie that was based on Indo-China 1962 conflict directed by Kabir Khan has managed to gather Rs. 114.50 crore so far at the Indian Box Office.
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Earlier, Salman Khan said “As it is an Eid release people have preconceived notions (about the film) as they throw coins, dance, sing in the cinema halls. They have gone to watch a certain film but get to watch another film. It is a very emotional film. Even an emotionless, stone hearted person will have tears in his eyes. So this is an emotional film to be seen with parents, grandparents and the entire family.”