Radhe – Your Most Wanted Brother Review

Salman broke years old promise for Radhe! First time done onscreen Kiss

The city of dreams is in the grip of Mumbai drugs. Rana (Randeep Hooda) is the king of this drug cartel. He wants to rule the city. Drugs have made the city dirty and its cleanliness is necessary. Salman Khan (Radhey) is a suspended police officer. The responsibility of cleaning is entrusted to Radhe.

Review: Salman Khan’s ‘Wanted’ was released in 2009. Prabhu Deva directed this film. It was a remake of the Tamil film ‘Pokiri’. ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ is the sequel to this film. The story is entirely on Mumbai. In the film, Salman Khan is in his well-known ‘Masi Action Avatar’. Radhey is an encounter specialist. He has had 97 encounters and 23 transfers in his account in the last 10 years. Now that Mumbai is under the grip of drug mafia, Radhe has come to clean the city, that too in her style. Radhe also has time to flirt in the midst of the fierce miscreants of miscreants and the powerful help of the compulsions. He fights love with Diya (Disha Patni), the sister of his own boss (Jackie Shroff).

‘Radhey’ is a typical Bollywood film, which has action, drama, comedy, some dialogues with one punch. But the fight of such films is with only one thing, that it should be entertaining, there is no repetition in it as well as something new. Director Prabhu Deva has worked hard for his part to serve the audience through the film. However, the film also derails in many places. But due to the dangerous action and the strong villain, this film keeps you hooked.

The film’s debut leaves an impact on the audience. One rogue curses another crook. There are several scenes of confrontation between Salman Khan and Randeep Hooda, which look good. And above all, there is a strong action in the film, which is new, stylized too and there is a lot of bloodsheds.

However, there are many such things in the film that distract you from this blood and blood. Disha Patani is at the forefront of all this. She is a perfect eye-candy. She makes a glamor of glamour in the film. But his arrival distracts the film from its original story. There is a credulity in the character of Disha, in which some scope is definitely visible. But in the meantime, songs come in the film, whose beats do not fit you between the story and the atmosphere. The film has four songs, out of which the title track of Sajid-Wajid and ‘Dil De Diya’ (Himesh Reshammiya) makes you feel good. The film’s background score has been collected and given by Ankit Balhara and it leaves no stone unturned to create an atmosphere in the film.

Prabhu Deva shows full confidence in Salman Khan’s ‘Star Power’, style and swag in this film. Salman has not disappointed him either. His style and action avatar thrill him. Salman also gets involved in the dialogue. But where the action is strong, only the dialogue films are installed. Salman’s chemistry with Disha too is not much. Salman has some maajika scenes with Jackie Shroff, who fails to make an impact.

Randeep Hooda has made his mark on the screen every minute in the role of Villain. There are many villains in the film, but Randeep overshadows them all. The film is a hard-core action, but it has also tried to add a put of comedy through dialogues and situations. But every time it laughed, it is not necessary.

Overall, ‘Radhey’ is a film that could have been a tremendous experience to watch on the big screen, but due to the Corona Pandemic, the fans of ‘Bhaijaan’ in India are sitting on the TV on this Eid, even on their ‘Most Wanted Bhai’ Will have to be seen. If you are a fan of action films, then you will like this film. The film also has several ‘CT Maar’ scenes. When faced with good and evil, Salman’s fans will surely feel thrilled. In the atmosphere where we are all imprisoned in the lockdown, even in such an environment, ‘Radhey: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ will surely bring laughter and joy to Salman Khan’s fans.


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