Salman Khan and Disha Patni start shooting for ‘Radhey: Your Most Wanted Brother’


Salman Khan in ‘Radhey: Your Most Wanted Brother’. (Photo: Salman Khan Films YouTube account)

The most awaited film ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Brother’ is directed by Prabhu Deva, who played the famous character of Salman in Wante (2009). Since then he has been working with Bollywood’s ‘Dabangg’ superstar.

Mumbai Bollywood’s ‘Dabangg’ Salman Khan has returned to the set to resume shooting for his most awaited film Radhe: Your Most Wanted Brother. Salman Khan will play a police character in this project. Actor Prabhu Dev, who played Salman’s famous character in Wanted (2009), is once again working with Bollywood’s ‘Dabangg’ superstar.

Salman Khan will be seen on the big screen with Disha Patani in ‘Radhe’. The two stars are currently shooting for a song for the film and some glimpses from the shooting were recently shared on social media by the film’s team. It shows rehearsals and filming of a race track with Salman and Disha Patni background dancers. Looking at the popularity of the slow motion (2019) song of Salman and Disha’s film ‘Bharat’, the duo will once again set fire to the track of ‘Radhe’. The song is currently being shot in the Ambe Valley near Lonavala.

After Radhi resumed shooting, Salman Khan Films shared a video from Behind the Scenes about how the team is shooting after a protocol protocol to avoid the Corno virus. This video also takes us to the filming of the new part of the film ‘Radhe’. In the shared video, Salman Khan even said, ‘I am doing this after 6 months, it will take some time. Salman also made some dance move mistakes. We also get a glimpse of the direction. Just look.

The filmmakers will announce the release date of ‘Radhe’. Earlier it was supposed to be released this Eid de, but it was delayed due to the closure of the theater due to the Corona virus. The film co-stars Randeep Huda, Jackie Shroff, Gautam Gulati and others.

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