For almost the entire film, Salman Khan and Randeep Hooda have nothing to do but engage in nonstop action scenes. Disha Patani is nothing more than a piece of eye candy. She’s here for the sleazy item songs and the one-dimensional jokes. Jackie Shroff, on the other hand, is wasted in a position that requires him to drag. The other characters are there to pay lip service to Khan/Radhe Bhai, who is a one-man show.. IMDB
Finally, let’s get to the second part of the issue. I doubt you’d like to see Radhe unless you’re a blind Salman Khan fan who’s signed up for these Sallu movies for the rest of your life. The film is extremely loud and obnoxious, and it also parodies previous Salman Khan films. “Ek baar jo maine dedication kar di, toh phir main khudki bhi nahi sunta,” Khan says, quoting from one of his previous films.
The plot is disjointed and convoluted. The cops decide to call on Radhe (Salman Khan), who has “97 encounters and 23 transfers” behind him, as the crime rate in Mumbai rises and young people are being lured by the drug mafia. He doesn’t obey the rules, but he can get the job done, according to the tired dialogue. Radhe takes up the job swaggering, scowling, and never in a uniform after hearing their appeal (“police department ko tumhaari zaroorat hai”).