Radhe Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Sohail Khan
- Prabhu Deva
- Salman’s action scenes and dialogue style
- Action choreography, songs and cinematography are good
- The heroine is just eye-candy
- Except for the action scenes, nothing is much interesting
Radhe is an action thriller directed by Prabhu Deva. It is the remake of the Korean movie, The Outlaws. The film has the star cast of Salman Khan, Disha Patani, Naufal Azmir Khan, Randeep Hooda, Jackie Shroff, Sudhanshu Pandey, Bharath Srinivasan, Megha Akash, Govind Namdev, Gautam Gulati, Narra Srinivas, Darshan Jariwala, Pravin Tarde, Arjun Kanungo, Siddhartha Jadhav, Vishwajeet Pradhan, Sanjay Tsheltrim, Aaryan Arora, Vijay Singh, Sumit Chandra, Parveen Kaur, Shruti Bisht, Mitansh Lulla, Pravessh Rana, Micky Makhija, Ihana Dhillon, Shubhankar Tripathi Shawar Ali, Kamaal Malik, Nancy Jain, Salim Baig, Sanjeev Sharma, Ajay Singh, Andy Kumar and Jacqueline Fernandez. The background music composition is by Sanchit Balhara and Ankit Balhara and the songs are by Sajid Wajid, Devi Sri Prasad and Himesh Reshammiya. The cinematography is by Ayananka Bose and the editing is by Ritesh Soni. Zee Studios, Salman Khan Films, Sohail Khan Productions and Reel Life Production Private Limited produced the film.
Radhe is a suspended cop. He had been transferred 23 times in ten years, as he doesn’t care about anyone who comes across his path while doing something good for society. Mumbai police need Radhe, as the youth in the city fell prey to drug sellers. Radhe targets a biggie who doesn’t care about anything to become the don of the city. What happens next? Was Radhe able to save society? The rest of the story deals with it.
Salman is good in action as ever and he attracts his fans with his dialogues and action scenes. Disha is a template heroine who has nothing big to do. Randeep is okayish in his role.
Although the film has enough action sequences to satisfy Salman fans, there is nothing left out for regular movie viewers. Too many cast and none have much importance. Salman’s chemistry with Disha and Jackie Shroff didn’t work out. The scenes between Sallu and Randeep are rightly filmed. The songs are okayish, but the BGM seems to be a bit louder. Action choreography by “Anbariv” and Myeonghaeng is appreciable. Salman is flexible in the action scenes and his fans would love a lot to watch those stun sequences.
What’s Not There?
Prabhu Deva had utilized the full star power of Sallu Bhai and made his fans enjoy the film the most with the action sequences and the dialogues. If you are a Salman fan, you will definitely love it.