Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai, starring Salman Khan in the titular role, will be out in theatres as well as digital and other platforms on May 13. The trailer of the film is out now.
Salman Khan’s upcoming action-drama, Radhe: Your favorite Bhai, will have a multi-platform release this Eid (May 13). along side a theatrical release, as promised by the actor, the film also will be out on the pay-per-view service ZeePlex also as DTH operators — Dish, D2H, Tata Sky and Airtel Digital TV.
As Covid-19 cases still get on the increase in India, the manufacturers of Radhe: Your favorite Bhai wished to offer the audience the choice to settle on between a theatrical and at-home viewing. A spokesperson for Salman Khan Films said, “It’s imperative that we all close and consider out-of-the-box solutions for cinema as an industry during the present pandemic situation.”
Today, Before the much-awaited trailer release of Prabhudheva’s ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’, the makers of the Salman Khan starrer have unveiled a new poster of the film and it is sure to get you all excited for the film.
“We will support the theatre owners by releasing the film in as many theatres as we will, keeping in line with the principles and protocols laid down by the govt. But, considering the rules and safety measures, we also got to devise ways to make sure that the film reaches all of our audience. we do not want to deny the audience the selection of entertainment within the comfort of their homes during these times,” the spokesperson added.
Radhe: Your favorite Bhai is directed by Prabhudeva. The film also stars Disha Patani, Randeep Hooda and Jackie Shroff in pivotal roles.
Earlier, during a statement shared on social media, Salman confirmed the theatrical release of Radhe: Your favorite Bhai, amid rumours that the film might go the direct-to-digital route. He said that he was keeping the request of theatre owners and exhibitors, who are struggling thanks to the pandemic.
“Sorry it’s taken me an extended time to revert to all or any the theatre owners… It’s an enormous decision to form during these times. I understand the financial problems that the theatre owners/exhibitors are browsing and that i would really like to assist them by releasing Radhe in theatres. reciprocally i might expect them to require utmost amount of care and precautions for the audience who would come to the theatre to observe Radhe,” he had written.