‘Radhe’ becomes the shortest Salman Khan film with a runtime of 114 minutes

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Published by Diya Khetrapal on 04 May 2021

The Central Board of Film Certification has cleared Salman Khan’s ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ with no cuts. The actioner has been issued a U/A certificate, indicating that it should be viewed by people of all ages with parental supervision. The certificate was given to the film on April 26, two weeks before its release date.

Radhe, directed by Prabhudheva, will be released on multiple platforms on May 13 in time for Eid. Though it will be seen in theatres around the globe, it will make its streaming debut on ZEE5’s pay-per-view site ZeePlex. DTH providers such as Dish TV, D2H, Tata Sky, and Airtel Digital TV will also be able to view it. Radhe has already been reserved in advance in UAE, according to Salman.

The film’s runtime is just 114.24 minutes, according to Radhe’s CBFC certificate, making it the shortest Salman Khan film ever. The actor has never been in a film that is less than 120 minutes long in his three-decade career.

Shariq Patel, CBO, Zee Studios, explained why Radhe is being released on multiple platforms in an earlier quote. He said, “The ongoing pandemic forced us to innovate, and we are proud to be the first to embark upon this new distribution strategy. While we all love to catch the latest movies at the nearest theatres, we realized we’d be doing a disservice to Salman’s fans nationwide if we aren’t able to release theatrically in all Indian states. We sensed the need for a pay-per-view solution along with theatres, which gives the consumers flexibility and convenience of viewing the film.”

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