Salman Khan’s Radhey: Your Most Wanted Brother has been approved by the Central Board of Film Certification without any cut. The actor has been given a U / A certificate which means that it can be seen by people of all age groups but under the guidance of parents. The board gave the film a certificate on 26 April, two weeks before its release.
Starring by Prabhudheva, Radhe is scheduled to release on multiple platforms on the occasion of Eid on 13 May. While it will be screened in cinema halls in more than 40 countries, it will have its digital premiere on ZeePlex’s visual platform ZeePlex. It will also be available for viewing on DTH services, including Dish TV, D2H, Tata Sky and Airtel Digital TV. Advance booking for Radhe has started in the UAE, Salman reported.
Taking to Twitter, Dabangg Khan wrote, “#Radhe has been booked in advance for UAE. Found in cinema Be safe! (Radhe’s advance booking has started in the UAE. It will be available in theaters)
#Radhe Advance booking for UAE has been done. Found in cinema Be safe!@voxcinemas @ReelCinemas @Novechin @starcinemasme @ Cinepolisgulf And others ..@ Bindasbidu @Dasapatni @Randeephuda @PDancing @SKFilmsOfficial @Sohelkhan @atulreellife pic.twitter.com/I0ihMIxqil
– Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) 2 May, 2021
Radhe’s CBFC certificate also mentions that the film’s runtime is only 114.24 minutes, and is the shortest Salman Khan film ever. In a career spanning over three decades, the actor has never acted in a film that is 120 minutes long.
Apart from Salman, Radhe also stars Randeep Hooda, Disha Patani, Jackie Shroff and Gautam Gulati in the lead roles.
In an earlier statement, Shariq Patel, CBO, Zee Studios shared why Radhey is releasing on many mediums. He said, “The on-going epidemic forced us to innovate, and we are proud to be the first to adopt this new delivery strategy.” While we all love to catch the latest films in the nearest theaters, we realized that we are having a disservice with Salman’s fans across the country if we are not able to release theatrically in all Indian states . We felt the need for cinemas as well as a per view solution, which allows consumers the convenience and convenience of watching a film. “