Salman Khan starrer Radhe Has Been Granted The CBFC Certificate
Salman Khan is all set to release Radhe on May 13. The film gets its Censor Certificate from CBFC
Salman Khan, Disha Patani and Randeep Hooda starrer Radhe is one of the most anticipated film from Bollywood. It is being released as the Eid treat for all the Bhai fans on May 13. The makers have unleashed official trailer as well as two of the songs from the cop’s drama. Now the film has bagged its Censor Certificate from CBFC.
According to a report by Bollywood Hungama, Salman Khan’s Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai has secured its censor certificate. The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has passed the film with a U/A certificate. The portal also reported that the board handed over the censor certificate to the makers on April 26 i.e two weeks before the release date. The action extravaganza is said to be below 2 hours duration. According to the report, this film lasts for about 114 minutes which is 1 hour 54 minutes. This makes it Salman Khan’s shortest film ever.
For the unversed, on Tuesday the makers have announced the release date for Radhe’s title track. SK took to his official Instagram handle and shared the poster of the title track.
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