It's Eid tomorrow. In Bollywood, it's the other way of saying it's a Salman Khan day. Apart from 2013, he has never missed this date and mostly all his films have done tremendous business. But 2020 is different. There are cinemas at the theatre and no Salman Khan as well. The global pandemic COVID-19 has shut all the cinema halls which means no movies. Salman's Radhe and Akshay Kumar's Laxmmi Bomb were supposed to clash today. But the fans of Salman don't leave any moment to cherish their superstar. So today they have started to trend Radhe with mock reviews of the film. Salman Khan’s Radhe, Ranveer Singh’s 83, Akshay Kumar’s Laxmmi Bomb: Here’s Why These Big-Budget Movies Won’t Be Releasing On OTT Platforms Anytime Soon
Before you smirk and make a smug face, these reviews are by the actor's fans. So obviously, they are sweet and positive. After all, they have mammoth expectations from their idol. Check them out here.
— Ashish ( Salmaniac) (@Being_Ashu21) May 22, 2020
Bang bang opening hope!
#Radhe opens with BANGG!!! EARTH SHATTERING response in Morning & Noon Shows
This could have been my tweet today But Sadly ......It's not@BeingSalmanKhan
— M͓̽m͓̽o͓̽s͓̽e͓̽e͓̽n͓̽ (@TheMmoseen_87) May 22, 2020
Terrific review only if...
Going to be the BIGGEST ever Boxoffice DHAMAAKA this EID despite Clash . pic.twitter.com/Yf6t9CfNh8
— Sanskari023 (@sanskari023) May 22, 2020
Blockbuster review too...
Watched : #Radhe
ONE WORD REVIEW- BLOCKBUSTER @BeingSalmanKhan is BACK
— D R A C O ⚡️ (@iDracoRKF) May 22, 2020
A clash review...
Salman's #Radhe One word review :> Rip box office records
Akshay's #laxmibomb disappointed
— Tiger is back🤘🏻 (@Bhavesh74667966) May 22, 2020
A classic Salman Khan festival flick with refined back-drop of a stylish crime thriller with enthralling score and larger-than-life heroism.
All records is in Danger
— Çûtë_Döll (@Cute_Doll5) May 22, 2020
Now that's plausible
— Devil V!SHAL (@VishalRC007) May 22, 2020
And an occupancy report as well
— Amit Lalwani (@AmitLalwani) May 22, 2020
This is why Salman Khan is still popular even after being over 50 years old. Eid without him seems incomplete to his fans.