Salman Khan reacts to illegal watching of Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai
After releasing Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai on the OTT platform as pay-per-view format, Salman Khan reacts to the illegal watching of the film
Salman Khan, Disha Patani and Randeep Hooda starrer Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai was released on the occasion of Eid. It was released as the pay-per-view format for the Indian audience and theatrically in other countries. The superstar reacts to how few people are creating the pirated copies of the film. He urged fans to watch it through pay-per-view format and also reveals that the cybercrime branch is going to take legal action.
Reacting to the illegal watching of his film Radhe, Salman Khan shared a cryptic note on his Twitter handle. The read post said, “We offered you to watch our film Radhe at a reasonable price of INR 249 per view. In spite of that pirated sites are streaming Radhe illegally which is a serious crime. The cyber cell is taking action against all these illegal pirated sites. Please don’t participate in piracy or the cyber cell will take action against you as well. Please understand you will get into a lot of trouble with the cyber cell.”
— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) May 15, 2021
SK also shared a video on his Instagram handle, wherein he talks about piracy. In the video, he says, “Ek film banane mein bahot log bahot mehnat karte hain. Aur humein bahot dukh hota hai jab kuch log piracy karke ye film dekhte hain. Aap sabse ek commitment maangta hoon ye film enjoy karein sahi platform pe. Toh is Eid hoga audience ka commitment. no piracy in entertainment (Many people work hard while making a film and I feel very sad when some people resort to piracy to watch it. I would ask for a commitment from all of you that you enjoy films on the right platform. This Eid will be about the audience’s commitment — no piracy in entertainment).”
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The film has been directed by Prabhudeva and it received mixed reactions from the audience.
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