In ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai,’ I’m not sure who the ‘your’ refers to. Is it the police system or the audience that’s to blame? No police force worth its salt will want our Bhai and the goons he beats up early in the movie because of the collateral harm he causes. However, Mumbai police officers decide to reinstate encounter specialist Radhe from suspension in order to eradicate the city’s drug mafia. These individuals distribute drugs to schoolchildren and regulate Mumbai’s drug supply over other local thugs.
The opioid epidemic has reached such uncontrollable proportions that Radhe has little choice but to interfere. What is the reason for this? Because, as one officer put it, “such barbaric people demand such savage cops.” That’s just a flimsy excuse to lift Bhai’s suspension and subject us to nearly two hours of mind-numbing behavior that deprives us of all sensations. Radhe’s action is so bad that it makes Rohit Shetty’s films look like masterpieces. Take, for example, Salman Khan’s introduction scene. Khan appears, leaping through a window and clutching a shard of glass in his teeth. He spits the piece of glass at one of the bad guys standing nearby as soon as he lands on the floor. Khan is unharmed when he arrives. IMDB