Mumbai: Salman Khan’s huge fan following never let the actor down. The actor always manages to shatter records with his Eid releases and this time too Salman broke records for his much-anticipated film ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ released on May 13. While, the movie became the most watched film on Day 1 with 4.2 million views across platforms, it also created history by becoming Sallu’s second-lowest rated film on IMDb, upsetting many fans.
In India, ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ released on ZEE5 with ZEE’s pay per view service ZEEPlex; along with leading DTH operators and it released theatrically in international markets yesterday. Right from fans cheering for the film in theatres overseas, to massive bookings on streaming platforms, the fans of bhaijaan watched the film as soon as it released, making it the most-watched movie on the day-1, sending the servers crashing while making it a total Eid blockbuster.
However, despite of such an emphatic response from fans, Radhe’s IMDb rating currently stands at 2, making it Salman’s second-lowest rated film on the rating platform. The rating is based on reviews by over 41,658 people. Notably, ‘Race 3’ is the actor’s lowest-rated film on IMDb, which was also an Eid release of 2018. The film’s current IMDb rating stands at 1.9.
Disappointed with ‘Radhe’, Salman’s fans took to social media to express their dismay and mocked everything from actors’ performance to the storyline through several memes and jokes:
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— Mask On, Avoid Gatherings (@DrRicky0203) May 13, 2021
— Sagarika Ojha (@sagarika_ojha) May 13, 2021
In ‘Radhe’ stars like Disha Patani, Randeep Hooda and Jackie Shroff have shared the screen with Salman Khan. The movie witnessed a massive release in over 40 countries, including a theatrical release in major overseas markets. However, in India, the movie is available on Zee5 with Zee’s pay-per-view service ‘ZeePlex’ and on all leading DTH operators.