The long-awaited trailer clip of the film Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai has finally arrived and we can't keep calm. Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai trailer - Salman Khan's Eid is arriving is exactly what he promised. The clip is full of action that will definitely satisfy fans of Bhai as well as the genre.
The movie is been directed by Prabhu Deva, and it is based on an actioner and also stars Randeep Hooda, Disha Patani, Jackie Shroff, and Megha Akash in lead roles. Salman portrays the nominal role of Radhe who is a cop.
In the movie, Salman represents the character of a cop, who works in his own ways and style. This generally denotes that he is an encounter specialist, that Indian delicacy for cops who are fond of extra-judicial killings. This is your ultimate Salman Khan film, for better or even worse. He portrays a greater and impressive character and stunning and attractive dialogues that will, we hope, make sense to Salman Bhai’s admirers and fans as well. It represents the kind of film Radhe is - a backsliding to the naughts -with its essence of Wanted and dialogues from Dabangg furthermore hyping its mood.
With this, a lot of actions along with some mind-blowing dialogues are expected which is what the admirers and fans of Salman Bhai have come to hope from him and dance numbers with the movie’s lady Disha Patani and Jacqueline Fernandez in a cameo.
Without any doubt, it can be said that the trailer was worth the wait, and the admirers and fans of Salman Khan are going to be extremely glad and happy after giving it a watch and will eager enough to see the movie. The trailer is filled with amazing action scenes that should more than make fans of the genre feel satisfied.
Earlier, the creators had declared that the movie will be hitting theatres on May 13 as well as on ZEE5’s pay-per-view medium ZeePlex on that exact day. This happens to be the first Hindi film to be released concurrently on multiple platforms.
We have been shown attractive posters of the movie. An all-new poster of the movie had been posted by Salman Khan ahead of the trailer launch as he confirmed to his fans that the trailer for the film Radhe will be releasing at 11 am and not late at night. Radhe’s poster is very similar to the Wanted movie of 2009, which was also directed by Prabhudheva as well.
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The trailer kickstarts with a scene of Randeep Hooda, who is playing the role of an antagonist in the film. Mumbai is in demand of a new hero with its increasing crime rate...There enters Radhe (aka Salman Khan), who is anything but an ordinary police officer. Radhe, a pro as an encounter specialist, handle it himself to clear the city that was attached by the goons, because as the dialogue follows - "Ek Baar jo Maine commitment Kar Diya, Uske Baad Mai khud ki Bhi Nahi Sunta" - is Radhe's aim in life and he stands by it throughout the course of the almost three-minute stretching trailer. Away from the high-voltage action scenes and strong one-liners, Radhe falls in love with Dia (aka Disha Patani), who follows that he isn't fit for the job of a police officer.
The film Radhe is directed by Prabhu Deva. It makes the third collaboration of Prabhu Deva and Salman Khan after successful hits like Wanted and Dabangg 3. The film has been supported by the production house - Salman Khan Films.
Nevertheless, due to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, the film is now hitting the theatres after a delay of almost a year. The film is subsidized by Salman Khan, Sohail Khan, and Reel Life Production Private Limited. Before the release of the trailer, Salman Khan disclosed his fans to this new poster of his film. Radhe will release on May 13, 2021, on Eid.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, apart from releasing the movie in theatres, it has also been decided by the makers of Radhe to release the film in multiple formats. Radhe will release in theatres while following up the strict and mandatory Covid guidelines. The film will also be releasing on Zee5 with Zee’s pay-per-view service, ZeePlex. Apart from this, the makers have also decided to show Radhe on DTH operators like Dish, D2H, Tata Sky, and Airtel Digital TV.