Finally, the wait is over! Salman Khan is back on the big screen with his much-awaited Radhe. After a brief hiatus, Sallu is back with a bang, keeping his promise to treat his fans on EID, 2021. The trailer of one of the biggest films of the year, Radhe dropped today and as expected, it is high octane action with a lot of swag in Salman trademark style.
Directed by Prabhu Deva, Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai co-stars Disha Patani as the female lead and Randeep Hooda as the antagonist. The film was wrapped in 2019 and it has been over a year since the makers and Salman Khan are waiting to find the right to release the film which is expected to break every box office record.
In the trailer, Salman is seen to return as the reckless cop Radhe as the character he played in Wanted. Randeep Hooda stands out in his new look as the villain who is set to destroy Salman. Disha Patani is also a part of the thrilling action flick and raising the glamour quotient as his love interest. Over all, from the trailer, the film looks like a classic Salman film which will be out and out masala family entertainer.
On Wednesday, the actor announced the trailer drop of his film by writing, “Toh milte hain kal… #RadheTrailerOutTomorrow.”
Toh milte hain kal…#RadheTrailerOutTomorrowhttps://t.co/NidUrCn4Zw@bindasbhidu @DishPatani @RandeepHooda @PDdancing @SKFilmsOfficial @ZeeStudios_ @SohailKhan @atulreellife @reellifeprodn @ZeeMusicCompany@ZeeplexOfficial @ZEE5India
— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) April 21, 2021
In the eye of the pandemic, Salman Khan’s Eid 2021 release will see a hybrid release in the digital space along with a theatrical release on May 13. The film is scheduled to open theatrically across all Indian states where theatres are operational as per Covid protocols and will be available on the premium pay-per-view on digital platform Zeeplex.
Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai will be the first Bollywood film to release theatrically in the UK since the lockdown last year. The film is also scheduled to be released in the Middle East, North America, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Europe.