New Delhi, June 25 (ANI): Salman Khan’s latest release ‘Tubelight,’ is getting mixed reviews from the moviegoers and critics, but the Dabangg Khan seemed quite chilled out with the response. Recently Salman, who was present at an event where he announced an association between his foundation Being Human and the PVR group, said that the reviews are better than what he expected. "The critics were really good. I was expecting minus three and minus four but they have given one-and-half rating apparently. I am very pleased with that. Reports are that people can't see me crying (on screen). So I asked, 'Are they (audience) laughing and the answer was no, they are crying. So I said, 'don't worry about it'," Salman said. The day one collection of ‘Tubelight’ stands at Rs 21.15 crore, which is way less than what his previous films — ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ and ‘Sultan’ — earned. When asked if there is a sense of failure, Salman said, ‘What! Does it look bothered (pointing towards his face). I am not bothered. I am sure it is going to do ok. It is going to get us a lot of respect.’
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