Radhe’s IMDb rating dips to 2.1, second-lowest of Salman Khan after Race 3
The film was released on Zee Plex/ZEE5 and in theatres on May 13
On Eid, Salman Khan announced on Twitter that his new release, Radhe, has become the highest viewed film on opening day (with 4.2 millions views). Theatrically, too, the film has raked in Rs. 4.39 crore in overseas collections on Day 1, according to BoxOfficeIndia.
None of this, however, has stopped the film’s IMDb rating from dipping. At present, the film scores a low 2.1/10 on the movie aggregator site. It is the second lowest-rated Salman film on the platform, based on over 43,000 votes. The lowest spot is occupied by Race 3 at 1.9/10.
The lowest-rated Bollywood movie on IMDb is Sadak 2 (1.1). It is followed by Desh Drohi (1.4), Jimmy (1.6) and Welcome to New York (1.6).
Radhe’s immediate competitors right now are Karzzzz (2.1), Baaghi 3 (2.1) and The Legend of Drona (2.1).
Radhe is directed by Prabhudeva and produced by Salman Khan Films. The film is a remake of the 2017 South Korean actioner The Outlaws.