‘Radhe’: Salman Khan starrer ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ film released on the holy occasion of Eid on various OTT platforms. Soon after the release the movie got leaked online on a digital platform and was available for free download in HD quality on the website. On the same Salman Khan has issued a strict warning for people engaging in piracy.
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Salman Khan warned people for watching Radhe on ‘Pirated Sites’, said that it is a “Serious Crime”
Taking to his social media accounts, Salman wrote
“We offered you to watch our film Radhe at a reasonable price of INR 249 Per View. Inspite of that Pirated sites are streaming Radhe illegally which is a serious crime. Cyber Cell is taking action against all these illegal pirated sites. Please don’t participate in piracy or the Cyber Cell will take action against you as well. He added, “Please understand you will get into a lot of trouble with the Cyber cell.”
Salman Khan has asked the fans to enjoy the film on the ‘Right Platform’
A few days ago, Salman had shared a video urging fans to not engage in piracy. He said that many people put in a lot of effort to make one film hence, it is very upsetting when some people take to piracy to enjoy that film. Salman is known for sticking to the commitments he makes and he is keeping his latest commitment of releasing Radhe on Eid. Now the superstar has asked his fans for the commitment of enjoying the film on the right platform and say no to piracy in entertainment.
Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai has been directed by Prabhu Deva. The film marks the third collaboration of Salman Khan and Prabhu Deva after hits like Wanted and Dabangg 3. The film also stars Randeep Hood and Jackie Shroff in pivotal roles. The film has been backed by Salman Khan’s production house Salman Khan Films.
Radhe movie reviews
With Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai, Salman Khan brings yet another deadly wave of cringeworthy one-liners, cheap CGI action, and a senseless story that are a torture to sit through.
Radhe is allegedly an official remake of the 2017 South Korean film, The Outlaws. This means that we could sit with both the films and play “spot the difference” till the end of time. But what’s the point?
No Salman Khan film before and since Dabaang (2010) and Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015) has really had a point except to treat India’s legions of Salman-esque man-babies to how “bhai” shaves, dances, kicks and flexes.
In fact, Salman Khan films these days don’t even qualify as films, in the sense that they are not even moving images. They are simply a collage of snapshots of him posing in high heels which his pants try to hide by splitting at the bottom and flaring out.
Twitter is flooded with trolls about Radhe being a third class film.
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This video is a perfect description of ‘Radhe.’
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