Radhe Early Booking Starts in UAE and Salman Khan Fans Here is Where You Can Already Book Your Tickets!

Salman Khan’s Radhe is ready to book ahead at UAE cinemas (Photo credit – Instagram)

The long awaited film by Salman Khan Radhe: Your most wanted Bhai is ready for a hybrid release in India and around the world on May 13. As the film’s release heats up, Salman fans in the United Arab Emirates await good news from the film’s directors. Scroll down to find out more.

Khan’s films are nothing short of jubilation to all of his fans. Typically, his films are released during the holiday season. Prabhudeva’s directorial film is out now after being postponed several times due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In India, the film by Salman Khan Radhe: Your most wanted Bhai is released on a digital platform and in select theaters the UAE will only enjoy the theatrical release. This star-fueled film who bills himself as a typical ‘masala’ artist is now up for grabs as tickets are available to book, Gulf News reports.

Salman Khan fans can now book their seats on the websites of local cinemas, including Vox Cinemas, Novo Cinemas, Reel Cinemas and Star Cinemas, according to the report.

Meanwhile, the recent trailer launch for Salman Khan’s film Radhe (April 22) was received with great fanfare with a passing of 65 million + views on all platforms. While the film’s first song, Seeti Maar, has now been released, fan enthusiasm has increased further. The trailer and song gave fans a reason to celebrate and are eagerly awaiting the film’s release.

Director’s film Prabhudeva, which stars Randeep Hooda, Jackie Shroff and Disha Patani, will be India’s very first large-scale artist to release in multi-format. The film is released on ZEE5 with ZEE Studios’ pay-per-view platform ZEEPlex which is based on Indian leader OTT ZEE5, as well as all major DTH operators, namely Dish, D2H, Tata Sky and Airtel Digital TV .

What do you think of Salman Khan’s movie Radhe: Your most wanted Bhai publish this Eid.

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