Radhe Movie Review

Radhe Movie Review
Radhe Movie Review

Movie Review: Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai
Director : Prabhu Deva
Producers : Salman Khan,  Disha Patani, Atul Agnihotri, Sohail Khan, Nikhil Namit
Music Composers : Himesh Reshammiya, Sanchit Balhara, Sajid–Wajid,  Devi Sri Prasad
Starring :  Disha Patani, Salman Khan, Randeep Hooda, Jackie Shroff
Release Date: 13th May 2021
Rating: 2.25/5

Radhe : Your Most Wanted Bhai movie review: Salman Khan and  Disha Patani starrer Radhe was supposed to release on  the occasion of Eid  in theaters but due to the lockdown and second wave of Coronavirus, the makers decided to release the film on OTT.

Story:  Radhe is all about the turf war between Mumbai’s drug lord Rana (Randeep Hooda) and a suspended cop (Radhe). To nab Rana, Radhe was brought by the officers  and how does he handle the situation forms the rest of the story.

Plus Points:

  • Performance
  • Salman Khan
  • Fight episodes
  • Randeep Hooda

 Minus Points:  

  • Screenplay
  • Storytelling
  • Dialogues
  • Run time

Performance:  Salman Khan  is the heart and soul of Radhe and does justice to a character. His  swag and bindass dialogue delivery may remind one of Nandamuri Balakrishna’s performance in the Telugu movie Paisa Vassol. Disha Patani in the role of Diya, a model and sister of Radhe’s boss Avinash (Jackie Shroff), is ok. She does not really get too much scope to perform. Randeep Hooda performance is also highlighted. His role against Salman  Khan, is not an easy task.  Megha Akash gets a neat role and Jackie Shroff is ok.

Technical:  There is nothing special in Radhe. The Dances are superb and have been composed well. Salman and Disha Patani are a treat with their dances. The production values of Radhe are top-notch. Coming on the work of  Prabhu Deva, he has only kept Salman Khan’ fans in mind and has given the audiences and his fans what they wanted.   The climax chopper fight looks over the top looks funny.

Analysis: Like most of the Bollywood movies,  Radhe treats its ‘heroine’ as nothing but a body on display whose sole job is to give the hero someone to fall in love with, dance with and protect.