‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ trailer: Salman Khan shares his first on-screen kiss with Disha Patani; fans go wild on Twitter say ‘Majaa aa gaya’ – Times of India


Bollywood superstar Salman Khan dropped the trailer of his highly-anticipated film, ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai‘ and it is all anyone is talking about today. High on adrenaline with action-packed fight scenes, dramatic chase sequences and epic dialogues, the trailer had everything you’d expect from a Salman Khan-starrer, except a kiss!

Yes! For the first time in his career spanning over decades, Salman Khan finally appears to lock lips on-screen with his gorgeous co-star Disha Patani. Blink and you will miss this one-second kiss that features in the middle of the action-packed trailer.

Loyal Salman fans could not believe their eyes as they went wild on Twitter with their honest reactions. While some expressed shock, others culdn’t hold back their excitement on being able to ‘finally’ see Salman’s first on-screen kiss.

“Wait did I see Salman kiss Disha in #RadheTrailer?” a fan asked in a tweet.

Another joined in and said, “Itni khushi muje aaj tak bhi nahi hui. finally kiss is here.”

See all their hilariously honest reactions below:

However, it appears that the superstar may have stuck to his ‘no kissing clause’ and did not actually lock lips with Disha. A brighter shot of the scene shows the actress with a piece of tape covering her lips.

Keeping to his promise of an Eid release, Khan announced on Wednesday that ‘Radhe’ will hit theatres and digital platforms on May 13.

The digital release, however, won’t be available for free. The makers have taken the pay-per-view route, which means that the audience will have to pay a certain amount to watch the movie at their homes. This would not be a part of their subscription to OTT platforms.

Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ will also have a theatrical release and will be available in theaters in all Indian states where the theaters are operational as per COVID protocols. A wide international theatrical release targeting 40 countries across all international territories is also being planned. It will be the first Bollywood film to release theatrically in the UK since the lockdown last year.

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