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Salman Khan starrer ‘Radhey: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ will be released on 13 May on the occasion of Eid at theaters across the world as well as ‘pay-per-view’ service Zee Plex. Now the makers have also got the censor certificate for ‘Radhe’. The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has given UA certificate to the makers for theater screening of the film without any cuts.
‘Radhey’ fit for all age group audiences: Board
According to the censor board, the film ‘Radhey’ fits perfectly with audiences of all age groups with parental guidance. ‘Radhey’ 1 Dhanta is a 54-minute film. This is one of the shortest films of Salman till date. In Salman’s 30-year-old career, before this, only two films were less than 2 hours long. Those films were ‘Main Aur Mrs. Khanna’ in 2009 and ‘Marigold’ released in 2007.
The trailer of ‘Radhey’ directed by Prabhu Deva and two songs ‘City Maar’ and ‘Dil De Diya’ have been released. Salman’s strong dialogue and action was seen in the trailer. The film’s trailer and both songs have received tremendous response from fans. Apart from Salman, Disha Patni, Randeep Hooda and Jackie Shroff will also be seen in important roles in the film.
Salman-Randeep shoot washroom fight sequence without rehearsal
The film will also feature a washroom fight scene between Salman and Randeep. Randeep revealed this and said, “The washroom fight sequence between Salman and me is Prabhu Sir’s fantasy and Korean action director Myeong Heng has directed it on the spot. We did not even rehearse it.”
‘Radhey’ to be released in theaters of 40 overseas countries
The film will be released in theaters of 40 overseas countries, they are from Middle East, North America, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Europe Territory. This will be the first film in England since the lockdown since last year to be seen in theaters.
Salman will be seen in the character of Special Cop in the film
Salman Khan plays the special cop Radhe in the film, who is given the responsibility of controlling the drug trade and crime rate spread in Mumbai. Radhe has done 97 encounters and has her own way of working, just like ‘Wanted’ (2009). In the trailer, Salman is also seen saying the popular dialogue of ‘Wanted’, ‘Once I have committed, I don’t listen to you.’ Throughout the action-packed trailer, Salman is shown hiding the Criminals without a uniform. In the film, Disha Patni will be seen in the role of Salman’s Lady Love. Randeep Hooda plays the main villain of this film.