Salman Khan’s Eid offering is a mix of Wanted and Dabangg

Salman Khan, with Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai Trailer, is finally here. Directed by Prabhu Deva, the film is a role-playing actor and stars Disha Patani, Randeep Hooda, Jackie Shroff and Megha Akash in key roles. Salman plays the titular role of Radhe, who is a police officer.

In the film, Salman plays a policeman, who works in his own style. This basically means a specialist in “meetings”, that Indian euphemism for police officers who like extrajudicial killings. This is your typical Salman movie, for better or worse. He plays a character bigger than life and reveals a single liner, which hopefully will make sense to Bhai’s fans. It determines the type of film that Radhe represents – a return to the naughty – with the desired sense and the dialogues from Dabangg further establishing his mood.

Expect a lot of action, some dhuaandhaar dialogues that Bhai’s fans have come to expect from him and dance the numbers with the first lady of the movie Disha Patani and Jacqueline Fernandez in a cameo.

Watch here the trailer for Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai

Needless to say, the trailer was worth the wait, and Bhai’s fans will be ecstatic after watching it and eager to watch the movie. The clip is full of interesting actions that should satisfy more than fans of the genre.

Earlier, the producers had announced that the film will be released in theaters on May 13, as well as ZEE5 support on ZeePlex, on the same day. This makes the film the first Hindi film released simultaneously on multiple platforms.

Radhe: Bhai Your Most Wanted will also be available to watch DTH services, including Dish TV, D2H, Tata Sky and Airtel Digital TV.

We were treated to movie posters. A new poster for the film had been shared by Salman Khan before the trailer’s release, while reassuring fans that the film’s trailer would be released at 11 a.m. and not late at night. “Aa raha hoon, your most desired bhai! #RadheTrailer ke saath at 11am today. .. AM ka matlab hai ‘Ante meridiem’ yani gyarah baje subah! “The poster is very reminiscent of the 2009 film Wanted, which was also directed by Prabhudheva.

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