Radhe: trend on Twitter before Salman Khan’s film release, fans are eagerly waiting

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Big decision of 'Radhey Makers'.  (Photo courtesy: beingsalmankhan / Instagram)

Big decision of ‘Radhey Makers’. (Photo courtesy: beingsalmankhan / Instagram)

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan’s film ‘Radhey: Your most wanted brother’ is going to be released today on the occasion of Eid. There is a lot of buzz about this film on social media. Fans are finding it difficult to cut a moment.

Mumbai. Bollywood superstar on the occasion of Eid Salman Khan a film by ‘Radhe: Your most wanted brother’ (Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai) Is going to be released today. Excited audience eagerly waiting for this action-thriller to be released in 2020, the wait will end today. There is a lot of buzz about this film on social media. Fans are finding it difficult to cut a moment. Fans are expressing their feelings by tweeting on Twitter. Radhe is also trolling continuously on Twitter. See some tweets.

Salman Khan, Radhe

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Salman khan

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salman khan film radhe

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Today this film will be streamed online at 12 noon. To watch the film, the user will have to go to the Zeeplex option, which will have to pay a fixed price. Due to Kovid, the film is being released on digital pay-per-view. Before the release of the film, Salman Khan has said that the film will not be released in theaters due to COVID-19 status in the country. But for you it is available on OTT and DTH services. This film is coming on Eid, you will get a chance to watch it at home and when the corona is over, then we will release it in theaters. The makers of ‘Radhey: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ have decided to release G5’s ZEEPlex in India. You can book it in advance by drinking Rs. 249 and see it sitting at home. One can view it on ZEE5 by taking advantage of ZEEPlex’s pay-per-view service. Apart from ZEE5, many more options have also been brought to the audience to watch the film as per their convenience. The film can also be seen on all major DTH operators ie Dish, D2H, Tata Sky and Airtel Digital TV.




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