- Star Cast: Salman Khan, Disha Patani, Jacqueline Fernandez
- Director: Prabhu Deva
- Genre: Action | Crime | Thriller
- Duration: 2h 15min
- Release Date: May 13, 2021
- Language: Hindi
- Where to Watch: Zee5, ZeePlex
Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai movie: After taking the dreaded gangster Gani Bhai, ACP Rajveer Shikawat aka Radhe goes on a manhunt to find the wealthiest man of the town secretly running a crime syndicate.
Mumbai is suffering from the wrath of a drug kingpin, and the police force is falling short of handling the situation. Radhe, a specialist cop, is appointed to bring this situation under control for peace in the city. Being the last hope, will Radhe be able to get everything under control? Watch Radhe movie online on ZEEPLEX on ZEE5 to find out what happens to the city.
Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai is a Hindi language movie directed by Prabhudeva in which Salman Khan plays the titular role of Rajveer Shikawat aka Radhe. It is produced by Sohail Khan and Reel Life Production Private Limited under the banner of Salman Khan films.
The film features an ensemble cast of Jackie Shroff, Randeep Hooda, Disha Patani, Gautam Gulati, Zarina Wahab, and other supporting actors.
Watch Radhe full movie online in HD, a ZEE5 release scheduled to stream from 13th May 2021, and celebrate Eid with your very own Salman Bhai. It is a crime, action movie that will keep you at the edge of your seat. With lots of entertainment and mind-blowing action, you will love Salman Khan in this power-packed avatar and character of Radhe.
Salman Khan clarified that the drug angle in the plot of Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai was not added after the Narcotics Control Bureau’s investigation into Bollywood’s alleged drug links.
Facts about Radhe Movie
- Jackie Shroff plays brother to Disha Patni in reality she was dating his son Tiger Shroff around that time.
- This movie is a remake of the Korean movie “Outlaws”.
- The film was to be released in June 2020. But due to the COVID pandemic, it was pushed ahead by a year.
- The film brings together Salman Khan with Prabhudheva after Dabangg 3 and with his Bharat co-star Disha
Radhe Movie Review
In this Corona-induced lockdown, I caught up on some of the old ’80s Hindi films which I had missed then. Most of these actioners would invariably have Dharmendra or Mithun Chakraborty fighting out the villains for reasons no one cared for. The plot didn’t matter here; the hero did. Radhe is exactly that film. Only it has the present-day superstar Salman Khan in place of Dharam or Mithunda, and just like them, Bhai pulls off the non-existent script entirely on his shoulders.
Making a superhero-like entry smashing right through glass shards, Salman plays to the gallery completely bashing up a dozen bozos and mouthing lines to please his fan base. Breaking the fourth wall, he even wishes them, Eid Mubarak!! He is Radhe (obviously!!!), an encounter specialist cop – a character carried forward from his own hit Wanted (2009) – who is out to clean Mumbai city from the drug menace penetrated by an unknown outsider (Randeep Hooda).
In between the crash boom bang action, Radhe finds time to flirt with his boss’ sister (Disha Patani) and even fool her to believe that he is a wannabe model. “Tumhare liye Bigg Boss theek rahega” says someone as a self-reference to Bhai who then looks bemused at the camera. The Disha love angle is the most unconvincing and needless part of this one-hour fifty-minute movie and shockingly, even Salman didn’t seem to be enjoying himself in the romantic shots.
On the positive, the songs are zany, choreographed efficiently, and merged seamlessly in the narrative. Particularly, the ‘Dil De Diya’ number is fun to watch with Bhai’s trademark grooves and Randeep’s moonwalk.
On the tech front, Mumbai city is captured well looking much quieter and sparse probably shot immediately after last year’s lockdown. Some of the action sequences are impressive like the washroom fight and the one involving a fire extinguisher. The climactic chopper moments are however a big letdown with some really tacky VFX which gives it a ’90s videogame wala feel…Pathetic!! The editing is also quite patchy in places with disjointed scenes. Prabhu Deva’s direction is strictly average. He doesn’t appear to be in control here and even the overall film seems to be hurriedly made and dished out…
Of the cast, Jackie Shroff is hopelessly miscast as heroine ka Bhai where Disha actually looks like his daughter rather than a sister. Randeep is impressive as the main villain. Note his eyes while lusting after a henchman’s moll (Ihana Dhillon). Its a super fine performance no doubt!! Marathi actors Siddharth Jadhav and Pravin Tarde get pivotal roles and nail it. On the other hand, Disha Patani has precious little to do as far as acting does. She is a glam doll here but isn’t able to strike any notable chemistry with her superstar co-star making their pairing fall flat on its mooh!!
Expectedly, Radhe belongs to Salman Khan with the star clearly rising above the routine script and making the otherwise mundane film an imminently watchable fare. This one is better than his last few outings like Tubelight (2017) and Race 3 (2018) but not to the level of Dabangg (2010) and Wanted (2009).
Final score : Salman gets a full five but Radhe is sadly Aadhe!!