Salman Khan Hires Korean Stunt Team To Choreograph Action In “Radhe”

Mohnish Singh |Nov 27, 2019

Salman Khan is working extremely hard on his Eid 2020 release “Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai”. The film also features Disha Patani, Jackie Shroff and Randeep Hooda in important roles.

Salman Khan started shooting for his next film Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai on November 4. The entire team is working extremely hard to ensure that the film gets wrapped up on time for a smooth release on Eid 2020. The latest update on the project is that Salman Khan has hired a Korean stunt team to choreograph action in Radhe.

Radhe is the official adaptation of Korean crime thriller The Outlaws (2017). The makers have retained the basic essence of the film, however turned around the screenplay to make it palatable for the Indian audience. Salman has advised his team to go all out on the action scenes, and that is when they decided to get the Korean team on board for Radhe,” a source in the know informs an entertainment portal.

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Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai will be an out-and-out action entertainer, featuring some high-octane action scenes. Besides Salman Khan, the film also features Disha Patani, Jackie Shroff and Randeep Hooda on its cast. Hooda, who is reuniting with the superstar after Yash Raj Films’ sports drama Sultan (2016), is playing the lead antagonist in the flick.

The source goes on to add, “The Outlaws was appreciated for the stylized action, and likewise, Salman too wants to leave no stone unturned to get the action right. The film will ride on four to five action scenes which include a smoke fight, gun shoot-out, hand to hand fights and, of course, a shirtless fight scene between the protagonist and antagonist i.e. Salman and Randeep.”


In addition to the team from Korea, an Indian action director will also work on the film. “Only an Indian action director would know the expectation of audience from Salman, and hence the makers will get the actors introductory scene designed by an Indian team,” the source says in conclusion.


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