Movie Review: Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai
Finally, Salman Khan’s most awaited film Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai has been released; the film starts with Randeep Hooda, who is playing a drug lord; he, along with his two associates, comes to Mumbai from Delhi to sell drugs. Randeep Hooda says film’s first dialogue – Naya Shahar, Naya Business, I love it.
His drugs spread all over the city, and people start dying, then Mumbai police decide to give this case to an especial cop Radhe (Salman Khan), and then we see a typical Bollywood style hero entry scene where Salman Khan kills hundreds of bad guys.
The movie features a legendry actor Jacky Shroff who is playing a senior cop with a bit of sense of humor on which you barely laugh; I think director Prabhu Deva could do more with Jacky Shroff’s character.
Well, the antagonist’s role is played nicely, but you don’t see the background story of drug dealer Randeep Hooda. The film just shows that he has come to the city to sell drugs and earn money. Honestly, you won’t be able to find the head and feet of the film’s story; in the whole movie Randeep Hooda is killing people, and nobody could do anything. You will be amazed to see that he is entirely familiar with Mumbai and its streets despite being new in the city.
If we talk about fight scenes in the film, they are average – not so good, not too bad. However, you can easily recognize and differentiate between Salman Khan and his body doubles, Salman Khan’s reflex is too slow; on the other hand, his body doubles are three times faster than him.
Besides that, Salman Khan acts in the film with a single facial expression; you barely see changes in his facial expression throughout the movie. The film even features a heroine, Disha Patani, but I must say, there is no chemistry between Salman Khan and Disha Patani, and how they meet and fall in love with each other is too Clichy.
At the end of the film, there is a car chase and chopper scene, and they ruin it perfectly. The graphics are too bad.
The film unquestionably features some great actors, such as Jacky Dada and Randeep Hooda, but they did not have much to do with their roles; they tried to do whatever they could. However, if you are thinking of watching the film, I will recommend you not to do so. It’s entirely a waste of time, and you won’t find it worth watching. I would give this movie a half star out of five. Thank you for giving your valuable time to read this review. Have a great day!