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Radhe On Zeeplex (OTT) : Check Price, Release Date & More

Radhe On Zeeplex: Looks like Pandemic has largely affected Bollywood and now the makers have given up for cinema release. New is coming that Salman Khan’s starred Radhe is now coming to Zeeplex and cinema hall both, Yes you heard it right, the makers are now going to the Pay Per View and theatre release together like Godzilla Vs Kong, Justice League, and others. Here are the details.

The movie is all set to release on EID 13th May 2021, the trailer of the film will be released by the makers in coming days (expected at 22nd April), the release date is finalized and the movie is coming on Zeeplex as Pay Per View Model and it would release in cinema halls too.

The Pay Per View Price of the film is yet to be revealed by the makers, but our sources said it would be around 300 INR, the official Pay Per Views rate would be announced in the coming days, the songs of the film are going to release on Zee Music Company in coming weeks.

Radhe Stars Salman Khan, Disha Patni, Randeep Hooda, and Jackie Shroff in the main lead roles, the movie is directed by Prabhudeva and produced by Suhail Khan, Atul Agnihotri, and Salman Khan. The music and song of the film are composed by Saji-Wajid and Himesh Reshammiya.

The movie is said to be the remake of the South Korean Film OutLaws, let’s see how the movie performs on OTT and On Pay Per View and in cinema halls too, the more about the film would be updated in the coming days. For more news and updates regarding the movies and OTT releases, stay tuned with us.

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