Salman Khan starrer Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai is set to hit the screens this Eid at the box office. While the Salmaniacs are super-excited about this news, the cast has kickstarted the promotion of the entertainer as the megastar along with Randeep Hooda and Disha Patani grooved on Slow Motion on the sets of Bigg Boss 14. In the promo of BB 14, we also see housemates copying the steps in the most cool and casual way.
The 55-year-old star earlier shared a note on Instagram confirming the Eid release of Radhe, which reads, “Sorry it has taken me a long to revert to all the theatre owners… It’s a big decision to make during these times. I understand the financial problems that the theatre owners/exhibitors are going through and I would like to help them by releasing Radhe in theatres. In return I would expect them to take utmost amount of care and precautions for the audience who would come to the theatre to watch Radhe. The commitment was of EID and it will be Eid 2021 inshallah. Enjoy Radhe this year in theatres on Eid.. God willing..”
On the occasion of his last birthday, Salman Khan had told reporters, “Radhe will release when it has to. The situation is grave now. When people start going back to theatres and when they have money to spend on entertainment. We had made a commitment of Eid release last year and will give commitment for this Eid soon. If everything is clear, we will release it this Eid or it will release whenever it has to.” He added, “Important thing is when we release Radhe everyone should be safe that time in theatres. And God forbid, if something happens it won’t be acceptable. We will have to plan it successfully.”
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