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Salim Khan Talks About Salman Khan’s Latest Movies: “Radhe Is Not A Great Film”

Salman Khan’s latest release, Radhe: Your most wanted Bhai has garnered good viewership on OTT but has received a below average review from the viewers.

Salim Khan Salman Khan Radhe Review

Salman Khan’s father and veteran screen writer Salim Khan has reviewed a number of his son’s films, including the recent Eid release, Radhe: Your most wanted Bhai, which he says he didn’t like.

Sharing his views on Radhe, Salman’s father Salim Khan said that he doesn’t think the film is great. He elaborated that Salman’s films before Dabangg 3 were good, especially Bajrangi Bhaijaan but Radhe surely didn’t impress him. Salim Khan then spoke of how such cinema is also important as makers are answerable for paying people and also the film has to make money. He said that it’s a business and by that standards, Radhe will be advantageous for stakeholders.

Salim Khan, however, also had word on Salman’s previous movies. “The film before this Dabangg 3 was different. Bajrangi Bhaijaan was good and totally different,” he said within the same interview.

He further recalled that Zanjeer was a game changer within the industry but writers have since stopped taking inspiration from Urdu and Hindi literature. He added that almost all writers are telling stories of the West in an Indianised form and that’s not creating good cinema.

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Radhe, also starred Randeep Hooda, Disha Patni, Jackie Shroff, Sangay Tsheltrim, Gautam Gulati et al.. The film had a hybrid release in theatres and ZEE5’s pay per view service ZEEPlex simultaneously.



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