Radhe gets 21 voluntary cuts, Prabhu Deva's directorial to be Salman's shortest film
By Lokmat English Desk | Published: May 9, 2021 09:09 AM2021-05-09T09:09:57+5:302021-05-09T09:10:52+5:30
Salman Khan’s Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai was recently given its CBFC certification, and fans were happy that ...
Salman Khan’s Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai was recently given its CBFC certification, and fans were happy that it was without any cuts or changes. However, now as per reports, the makers felt a slight modification was necessary for the Prabhudeva directorial. Speculations are rife that the makers have made as many as 21 changes on the final cut. According to a Bollywood Hungama report, Salman Khan and the makers felt that the film is a family entertainer. Although it’s coming on digital as well, many are going to watch it with their families in their homes. So they probably must have thought that it’s better to remove a few shots which might make the target audience uncomfortable.” A few shots of young boys consuming drugs have been removed.
There’s a quick, one-second shot of a boy suffering from overconsumption of drugs. Even this blink-and-miss shot was chopped off. Then, action shots at four places were deleted, possibly as it was a bit violent. The makers also deleted a scene of Azaan outside Radhe's police station. Salman Khan has also volunteered for Swachh Bharat, but there was a dialogue of Swach Mumbai which has now been dubbed to Swacch Bharat. Prior to the edits, Radhe’s runtime was among Salman Khan’s shortest film clocking in around 117 minutes and 55 seconds. Now, the reports claim that after the 21 modifications, the final run time of the action entertainer stands at 114 minutes and 24 seconds. 'Radhe', starring Salman Khan, Disha Patani, Jackie Shroff and Randeep Hooda is all set for a release on May 19. The Prabhu Deva directorial is a action-entertainer with Salman Khan in the lead as an 'encounter specialist'. Radhe marks Salman's return to the screen after his 2019 releases Dabangg 3 and Bharat. He's also shot for his film Antim: The Final Truth, directed by Mahesh Manjrekar.Open in app