Shah Rukh Khan and Ajay Devgn cashing on Salman Khan's 'Tubelight'

ou know when we feel proud about Bollywood? It's when contemporaries have each others' backs and support each other in their projects. Salman Khan's 'Tubelight' is one of the most awaited movies this year.

Sallu's contemporaries Ajay Devgn and Shah Rukh Khan will be releasing the trailers of their respective upcoming movies before the start of 'Tubelight' while it screens on June 23rd.
Shah Rukh and Ajay Devgn haven't been the best of friends. Their relationship turned sour when their movies 'Jab Tak Hai Jaan' and 'Son of Sardaar' respectively clashed at the box office in 2012. However, the two seemed to have moved on from the five-year-old tiff and have agreed to release their trailers together.

The two trailers that we'll be getting to see are Ajay Devgn's 'Baadshaho' and Shah Rukh Khan's tentatively titled 'Raula'.

The CEO of Salman Khan's production house Amar Butala confirmed the news and said, " Imtiaz's trailer will be ready but Milan Lutharia still has a massive chunk of his film to shoot before a trailer can be cut. We will attach the trailer we recieve first ."

The source further added, " Tubelight is a big holiday release. It is customary to attach multiple trailers with such films. We will be to accomodate both (trailers) if the stars agree with the arrangement ."

Well! The two stars have tactfully cashed in on Salman Khan's big release. This will be an amazing platform to showcase what the audience has in store for in SRK and Ajay's movies.

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