The -long-wait for Salman Khan's fans is over now. Salman Khan's most awaited film Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai has been released. Finally, something which is more contagious than corona has arrived. Salman Fans have received their Eid gift and headache has begun for normal people.
Bhaijaan has completed the commitments made to the fans. In the film, Grandpa Salman is seen romanticizing with Teen Disha and Salman also plays the role of a "young" Cop.
In Radhe, along with Salman Khan, Randeep Hooda, Disha Patani, and Jackie Shroff have been seen playing pivotal roles. If you want to see Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai, then check out our Radhe Review review first.
Radhe Review: Story
Radhe's story is from Mumbai, where the youth is drowning. Policeman Radhe ie Salman Khan is called to suspend the city from intoxication. Radhe is known to deliver her mission in a different way. His mission is against Rana (Randeep Hooda) who wants to capture the entire city.
Radhe Review: Screenplay & Action-Sequences
The story of Radhe revolves around Mumbai Mafia, that is why Salman Khan is exactly like he was in Wanted (2009). Radhe is an encounter specialist who has killed 97 criminals over the last 10 years and has been transferred 23 times due to his no-tolerance attitude. Radhe returns to save the city from a highly active drug mafia run by Randeep Hooda.
He fells for his boss's sister Diya (Disha Patni) and by the way, his boss is played by Jackie Shroff! Along with killing the thugs and showing them their right place, the typical Bollywood style action is shown, to maintain its balance. Dialogues do no wonders either, Salman Khan's one-liners and Randeep Hooda's long philosophical exchanges are poles apart. Action, as we have already told is an over-the-top typical Bollywood-Masala type.
There are more shortcomings. Like Heroine Disha Patni in an action-packed film. Disha looks gorgeous and hot whenever she appears on-screen but her looks don't go with the overall tone of the film.
Radhe Review: Performances
Salman Khan's actions and dialogues are lame as always, however, they may please single-screen low-life audiences. His direction, chemistry with Patni, and fun with Jackie Shroff are a headache in itself. Talking about Randeep Hooda, like every time, has done a decent job with the film, however as the movie is centered around 'Radhe', Radneep could not save the day either.
On the auspicious occasion of Eid and in these challenging times of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this film of Salman Khan has amplified the effects of Pandemic multi-fold. Salman's fans would definitely like to see him sitting with his family at home. however, sane-minded people should avoid it as much as possible, instead buy an N-95 mask with the ticket money, it may help you protect yourself. So, that was it for our Radhe Review.