The much-awaited trailer for Salman Khan-starrer Radhe: Your Most Wished Bhai is lastly right here. Directed by Prabhu Deva, the movie is an actioner and in addition options Disha Patani, Randeep Hooda, Jackie Shroff and Megha Akash in pivotal roles. Salman performs the titular function of Radhe.
Salman is an encounter specialist within the movie who has 97 hits already below his belt. Encounter is a phrase that’s mentioned by many within the movies, most of them wearing khaki. It establishes the sort of movie Radhe is — a throwback to the naughts — with its really feel of Wished and dialogues from Dabangg additional establishing its temper.
Count on loads of motion, some dhuaandhaar dialogues that Bhai’s followers have come to count on from him and dance numbers with movie’s main girl Disha Patani and Jacqueline Fernandez in a cameo.
Watch Radhe: Your Most Wished Bhai trailer right here
For sure, the trailer was definitely worth the wait and Bhai’s followers are going to be ecstatic after watching it and keen to observe the film. The clip is filled with thrilling motion that ought to greater than fulfill followers of the style.
Earlier, the makers had introduced that the film will likely be releasing in theatres on Might 13 in addition to on ZEE5’s pay per view medium ZeePlex on the identical day. This makes the movie the primary Hindi movie to be launched concurrently on a number of platforms.
Radhe: Your Most Wished Bhai can even be out there to observe on DTH providers, together with Dish TV, D2H, Tata Sky and Airtel Digital TV.
We now have been handled with posters of the film. A model new poster of the film had been shared by Salman Khan forward of trailer launch as he reassured his followers that the trailer for the movie will launch at 11 am and never late at night time. “Aa raha hoon, Your most wanted bhai! #RadheTrailer ke saath at 11am, today. .. AM ka matlab hai ‘Ante meridiem’ yani gyarah baje subah!” The poster could be very harking back to the 2009 film Wished, which was additionally directed by Prabhudheva.