Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai movie review: Salman’s film is always riding on his stardom. The makers also make the same argument that this is what their fans love and that is why the film is made that way. The film is a franchise of ‘Wanted’. That film gave a lovable character audience like ‘Radhe’, just like ‘Dabangg’ gave Chulbul Pandey. Both these films were liked by the class and the masses, however, ‘Radhe’ has been made keeping in mind the mass audience only.
Everything that was in ‘Dabangg’, ‘Wanted’ or ‘Race’ is in ‘Radhe’. Emotions were high in ‘Wanted’, but not in ‘Radhe’. The whole focus in ‘Radhe’ is on the eradication of Mumbai’s drug mafia. The drug business is in Rana’s hands. Rana, along with his gang, has also made school children addicted to drugs. Encount specialist Radhe is brought in to stop it. In a big city like Mumbai, Rana runs a drug syndicate with the help of only two men. This is a bit difficult to understand.
Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai movie review
The film is full of action. Korean Fight Master Myong Heng was taken on board. He has designed thrilling and silk stunts. The action here is not as lavish as in ‘Race 3’. In the narrow streets of Mumbai, action can be seen between Radhe and Rana (Randeep Hooda). Rana’s gang includes Gautam Gulati. There is action in the climax and here Radhe makes an entry in a helicopter including a police vehicle. This is the first time Salman Khan has done such a scene.
In addition to the action, there is a direction in glamor. The work that Direction got in the role of Diana she has done well. Radhe’s senior is Avinash Abhyankar. He is also Diano’s brother. The role is played by Jackie Shroff. From ‘Wanted’ to ‘Dabangg’ etc., it has been shown that the police have no brains except the man lead. Only Salman’s character exposes the criminals. Apart from this, if a little seriousness is added to the characters around Salman, the film can still be enjoyed.
Throughout the film, Dia calls Radhe Bholu. However, the extent to which Dia is portrayed as naive in the film is incomprehensible. It is incomprehensible why Dia is so naive instead of being strong and smart. If stardom and script can be properly balanced in ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ and ‘Sultan’ then why not in other films.
Salman Khan has been shown a larger than life. Camera work, choreography is also good. But the question is whether typical Salman fans will love him as much as before. These fans have seen a lot of good content on digital platforms in a year and a half.