Salman Khan's upcoming flick Tubelight is already creating buzz and fans are eager to know more about the film. The curiosity is immense as Salman would be playing the role of a special person for the first time and the backdrop is based on the Indi-Sino war which took place in 1964. It is now reported that Salman Khan's Tubelight is not an original story but a copy of the Hollywood flick, Little Boy.
The only difference in the story as claimed by Bollywoodlife is that Little Boy is based on the relationship between a father-son duo, whereas Tubelight focuses on the relationship between two brothers, Salman-Sohail.
For those of you who have no idea what Little Boy is all about, it's a film where a little boy named Pepper gets mocked by his classmates at school because of his small stature. The bullying takes a toll on his mental health and he suffers ruthlessly. Things take a drastic turn when his father goes off to war and is reported missing in action.
Pepper wants his father back at any cost and goes to extraordinary lengths, ways beyond his capacity, against all odds and fears. The film showcases the spirit of the human soul winning against all adverse circumstances.
Now coming back to Tubelight, in the movie, even Salman Khan will face a lot of issues for being slow in picking up things and will be named Tubelight. His brother Sohail Khan will be reported missing during the war and it will be upto Salman Khan to search and bring him back to safety. Here Zhu Zhu comes in his life as a romantic encounter.