Finally, the much-anticipated news around Salman Khan’s upcoming film Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’s release date has been announced. A while back, Dabangg actor took to social media and announced the release of Radhe. Salman Khan will return to the big screen with a bang on Eid 2021. Yes, you heard that right! Salman Khan’s Radhe is up for a theatrical release date and it will hit the theaters on Eid 2021.
Taking to his social media handles, Salman Khan released an official note that read, “Sorry it has taken me a long time to revert to all the theatre owners… it’s a big decision to make during these times. I understand the financial problems that the theater owners/exhibitors are going through and I would like to help them by releasing Radhe in theaters. In return, I would expect them to take the utmost amount of care and precautions for the audience who would come to the theatre to watch Radhe. The commitment was of EID and it will be EID 2021 inshallah.”He ended his note with, “Enjoy Radhe this year in theatres on EID. God willing.”
Radhe will also release keeping with the tradition of Salman Khan’s Eid releases as the festive occasion has become an event for the mega star's fans when they get treated with his super hit films, like they have till now with films like Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Dabangg, Kick, Ek Tha Tiger, Bodyguard and many others.
The film helmed by Prabhudeva also stars Disha Patani in the lead opposite Salman Khan as well as Jackie Shroff, Zarina Wahab and Randeep Hooda in important roles and 'Radhe' is co-produced by Salman Khan, Sohail Khan and Atul Agnihotri under the banners Salman Khan Films, Sohail Khan Productions, and Reel Life Production. (ALSO READ: Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai: Details About Disha Patani And Jackie Shroff’s Characters REVEALED; Actress To Play Younger Sister To BF Tiger Shroff's Dad)
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