Ahead of the release of Radhe-Your Most Wanted Bhai, superstar Salman Khan sat with a group of journalists via zoom call and spoke about his upcoming release. He spoke about the tough times that we are living in and how he expects a film like Radhe-Your Most Wanted Bhai to bring in some temporary relief and entertainment to people. The movie comes out at a time when most filmmakers have decided to hold back their releases as the theatres in the country have shut down. However, Radhe will see a simultaneous release in both theatres and digital.
Talking about the outcome of the film in terms of profits, Salman Khan said, “The box office collection of Radhe will be zero. This will be the lowest ever for a Salman Khan film. Let people be happy or sad with that. It is releasing in very few cinemas in India, overseas also the number of theatres are less than usual. So the box office collection will be very poor.”
Salman Khan also said that he does not want people to get the virus because they watched his film. “I know people are disappointed that they will not be able to watch Radhe on the big screen. Some people have booked auditoriums and are planning to screen my film, which I won’t encourage because I don’t want people to say ‘Salman Khan ki picture dekhne gaye aur corona phail gaya’. Once this pandemic is over and theatres reopen, if people like the film, we will try to release it on the big screen,” he said.
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