Radhe Twitter Reaction: Netizens Call Salman Khan Starrer Worse Than COVID-19, Ask For Vaccine

On May 13, Salman Khan starrer Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai released on ZeepPlex. Thanks to the trailer, Bhai fans were happy ever since its announcement and many people were already disappointed. As someone who has watched it too, seeing Radhe Twitter reaction, I couldn’t stop laughing. People who have watched the film have hilariously expressed their views on the social media platform.

Directed by Prabhudheva, the action drama also stars Disha Patani, Jackie Shroff and Randeep Hooda. The film was Salman and the director’s third collaboration after Wanted and Dabangg 3. To summarise the latest film, Khan plays a supercop named Radhe, who has to get hold of drug mafia Rana (Randeep). Unfortunately, Disha and Jackie are wasted in this nonsensical drama.

Radhe Twitter reaction is entertaining than anything presented in the film. We all are dealing with the pandemic since last year. But people who have seen the Salman Khan starrer are calling the film’s side effect worse than COVID-19. I’m not kidding! Netizens think the effects are unbearable and are in dire need of a vaccine to get their sanity back.

On Twitter user wrote, “Need 1 dose of Radhesavior for a friend of mine. He watched #Radhe, and he is mentally unstable now.
Any leads will be appreciated.” Another shared a picture of doctors and patient and tweeted, “jaldi se life save system, ventilators on karo, isne #Radhe dekh li hai”, which means ‘quickly get my friend on life-saving system and ventilator. He has watched Radhe.”

“20 minutes into Radhe, and i have already puked thrice. This seems to be a much fatal virus than covid 19,” read another person’s Radhe Twitter reaction. Someone even shared a video clip from Tere Naam movie in which Salman Khan plays Radhe and claps alone in an auditorium watching Bhumika Chawla perform. The text on the video clip reads, ‘Bhai watching Radhe in theatre’.

From sharing their symptoms to asking for help from Radhevirus to getting vaccinated by watching a better film, Twitterati has lightened everyone’s mood with their sense of humour. Reading all the Radhe Twitter reaction will leave you in splits!

Check out some of my favourite Radhe Twitter reaction:

Well, that was fun.

Meanwhile, even on IMDB, Salman Khan’s Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai has received a low rating of 2.5 out of 10 (as of May 14). Thus, it has become one of Salman Khan’s worst rated films. His other films that had received such bad ratings earlier were Saawan… The Love Season (2006) and Race 3 (2019).

Sadly, even the songs from the film are bad and if you have any doubts, check out our music review. If you have enjoyed Radhe Twitter reaction, you should check out our review too. Leisurebyte’s review describes the film as ‘nothing less than a chaotic mindless mess’. You can read the entire review here.

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