The month of May has arrived and the eyes of the whole industry, trade and fans are on Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai.
The superstar and most lovable actor Salman Khan is ready to release his upcoming movie on Ramzan – Eid, that is, on May 13.
Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai Gets Censor Certificate
And in a first of its kind instance, this big-budget actioner will release in cinemas and simultaneously on pay-per-view platform, ZeePlex.
And now it has become clear that Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai has received a censor certificate.
The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has passed the film with a U / A certificate.
One Hour And Fifty Four Minutes
However, a little interesting is the timing of the film. Believe it or not, but Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai is only 114 minutes, that is, just 1 hour and 54 minutes! This makes Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai one of the most short films of Salman Khan over the years.
In his 30s with a good career, he rarely worked in films whose running time was less than two hours. The other recent films of the superstar in this category are Main Aurr Mrs Khanna (2009) and Marigold (2007), both of which were around 1 hours 50 minutes long.
Interestingly, many experts had specifically reported in March 2020 that Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai will not be long.
The CBFC handed over the censor certificate to the makers on April 26, that is, more than two weeks before the film’s release.
In addition to Salman Khan, Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai also features Disha Patani, Randeep Hooda and Jackie Shroff and is Directed by Prabhu Dheva.
Salman And Disha’s Kiss Scene In Radhe
After the trailer first appeared last week, many people wondered if Salman had finally violated his policy, but some netizens online found that Disha was having a piece of cello tape pasted on her lips, while the trailer showed otherwise.
After brightening up the shot in question, one fan wrote on Twitter. “So this is just a comedy scene jaha Disha k muh mein tape laga hua hai….. Streak is unbroken.” Another fan commented, “Kal hi bola tha Disha k lips pe tape hai, cheat kiss hai (I told you it was a cheat kiss, Disha’s face was taped). Salman bhai nhi kren gy on screen kiss Qk ek dfa jo bhai ne commitment krdi phr toh woh apne ap ki b nhi sunte (Salman will never kiss on screen, because he has made the commitment).” Others wondered if the tape on Disha’s character’s mouth had a narrative explanation. “She is kidnapped,” one person speculated.