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Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai Movie Review- A Recycled Moronic Piece Of Trash

Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai Movie Review- A Recycled Moronic Piece Of Trash

We understand that every artist has a trademark, USP or a unique style that has kept them alive in the industry. Tiger Shroff is known for his stunts, Shah Rukh for his charm and Amitabh Bachhan for his perfection. Salman Khan has created an image of an Indian action hero. Ostensibly his public relations team strongly feels that his target audience still enjoys violation of the laws of logic and physics. The script, direction and level of acting show a willful attempt to take the end consumer for granted. The sheer arrogance that any content irrespective of its quality shall be appreciated because it stars Salman Khan is not appreciable.

Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai Movie Review- A Recycled Moronic Piece Of Trash
Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai Movie Review- A Recycled Moronic Piece Of Trash

Radhe is the tale of a turf battle in Mumbai’s medication hawking scene when another ruler – a person called Rana played by Randeep Hooda – enters the show, and an ashamed cop (Radhe, obviously) is brought in to bust this lethal racket that has prompted an episode of enslavement among the city’s young population. The storyline’s spine is thin and cannot ensure consistency with the series of events that Prabhu Deva has portrayed. It is a repeat of traces found on the cinematic footprints of Dabang, bodyguard and Ready. The action is below standards, and little has the direction to upgrade or level up their fight scenes. The same irrational fights with unexplained injuries to actors bashed by Salman. Salman is not offering anything new on the plate. The same repetitive lines like ‘Ek Baar commitment Kar Diya to apni Bhi Nahin sunta’.

Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai Movie Review- A Recycled Moronic Piece Of Trash
Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai Movie Review- A Recycled Moronic Piece Of Trash

The character has been transferred 23 times with 97 encounters on his gun. Disha has been saddled with a cute yet dumb character who displays nothing more than redundant participation with no material contribution to the storyline. Dia or Disha Patani is a firm believer that Radhe is an aspiring model, and she gives her consistent tips on modelling. If you are a fan of late 2000s Bollywood, you would recall that this is a carbon plot of Amir Khan’s Ghajini. So, we can conclude that not only is the theme repetitive, but even the storylines have been derived from other classics of this decade that suited their respective times.

Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai Movie Review- A Recycled Moronic Piece Of Trash
Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai Movie Review- A Recycled Moronic Piece Of Trash

However, there isn’t much in the film to keep our interest intact for the threatening Rana (Randeep Hooda), who ends up being subtle and a difficult one to figure out, in any event, for Radhe. Their go head to head, particularly in the pre-stretch portion, crashes and burns. One can review a few Tamil and Telugu masala films that have gotten these pre-span conflicts right, anyway tedious or worn-out the storylines. Radhe’s story is everywhere, and you barely care for what’s going on screen. Dance numbers are tossed in, including the much-promoted ‘Seeti Maar’ (initially formed for the Telugu film DJ). Perhaps the greatest riddle has to do with Jackie Shroff’s character. He shuffles through the film with a ‘the content said as much’ attitude. Radhe is horrid and slow, with no endeavour to do anything imaginative inside the domain of star-drove masala performers.

Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai Movie Review- A Recycled Moronic Piece Of Trash
Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai Movie Review- A Recycled Moronic Piece Of Trash

Stars- One Out Of Five

Best Described Adjective- Recycled Trash

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Review By- Sayak Karmakar, Resident Editor , Interview Times