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Salman Spills the Beans on Radhe & Laxmmi Bomb Clash in Eid 2020

Ever since Salman Khan declared Radhe: The Most Wanted Bhai to his film to be released in Eid 2020, we have been knowing that it would clash with Akshay Kumar starrer film Laxmmi Bomb. Salman Khan has been often releasing this film during the eve of Eid since 2014 and has not missed a single year without releasing the movie on the festive occasion of Eid. Although both the films remain the most awaited films in B Town, we saw Salman Khan speaking for the first time on the clash.

While talking about the same, he said that the festive time of Eid has more space for more films to release. He said films releasing on various festive days often clash and that these festivals have enough space to accommodate them two. He said it is the audience who would decide which film to be seen or not. Hence the clash during the festive time like Eid, Diwali of Christmas matters the least to him. Also, the days like Republic Day and Independence Day have similar stories.

While talking about his film, he said he is happy to work with Prabhu Dheva again and the title of the film has been given by the director himself. So, after having Dabangg 3 hitting the screens, he would have a two months holiday and then get back to work as the script is halfway ready. He said since he was working with Inshallah, hence things took time to shape up for Radhe when the former got shelved off. He said he is sure to complete the film before Eid and release the same on the festive time. This will be his third collaboration with Prabhu Dheva after Wanted, and Dabangg 3.

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