What: Salman Khan in his Eid commitment delivers the torture of the decade which is tasteless, brainless and careless collection of garbage in the name of cinema.
Radhe movie synopsis
A sequel to Salman Khan’s 2009 blockbuster Wanted, Radhe is about ACP Rajveer Shikawat aka Radhe (Salman Khan) going berserk against the drug racket controlled by Rana (Randeep Hooda).
Radhe movie review
We all deserve better, the audience, Salman Khan, his fans, the studios who backed this shit, the director Prabhu Deva and the original Korean movie on which this most unwanted sequel of ‘Wanted’ is based.
I want to know how a Hindi commercial potboiler like Wanted (official remake of Telugu film Pokiri) in its said sequel after a dozen years can be based on a Korean action drama based on true events.
At times when there are complaints of the system, establishment, our bosses failing in their commitments, Salman Khan aka Bhai has fulfilled his commitment only to be face backlash from the already suffering poor junta who is fighting this corona epidemic with all its available might.
Salman has received a handsome amount, it is reported that Zee has acquired rights for ten years and they will recover their investments.
The poor public/junta who make these stars like Salman Khan into a phenomenon and companies like Zee into a mighty corporate are sadly left scratching their heads.
Dabangg 3, Race 3 and now this Radhe : your most wanted bhai. If Salman continues to churn such torturetainment in the name of entertainment year after year on his favourite Eid season then I am afraid his clout may start reducing rapidly.
Except Randeep Hooda and that action sequence in the hotel bathroom, nothing works in this kuda (garbage) of a movie.
What is Jackie Shroff doing? Dancing in a sleeveless skirt and am not exaggerating. Jackie Shroff and Disha Patani as brothers and sisters (I heard Tiger Shroff gone in hiding).
The screenplay by A. C. Mugil is a stale tasteless khichadi of all Salman Khan’s movie in the past decade.
Dialogues by Vijay Maurya (he is credited for Gully Boy) are sheer crap.
Randeep Hooda is the only saving grace.
Any memorable dialogue/scene
Scene that should have been deleted at once
Apart from the first action sequence between Salman Khan and Randeep Hooda, the rest of the movie should be deleted at once.
More than the fault in our ‘stars’ the fault might be more in us. We support their torture, onslaught in the name of entertainment which gives them the power to throw such crude bombs like Radhe at us.
To keep you taste of cinema intact please avoid this crap of the decade called Radhe.
Unsolicited advice to those who have loved this movie in their capacity as experts/analyst whatever – Kindly visit a psychiatrist asap.