Salman Khan’s ‘Radhe’ inspired by South Korean TV series ‘Sandglass’?

Jeetesh Luhar



Salman Khan is all set to make his return to Indian theatres. He was firm enough to let the pandemic pass to choose a cinema release of ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’, and resisted calls to shift the movie to an OTT service.

Co-starring Randeep Hooda, Disha Patani and Jackie Shroff, the film has been directed by Prabhudheva, reports Koimoi. Further details have also been released on the movie, with reports saying that the film is based on the TV series, ‘Sandglass’ (1995).

‘Sandglass’ is a South Korean drama that ran for 24 episodes and broke several records. It is considered as one of the best creations in the South Korean Industry.

The show is based on the tragic relationship of three friends with plenty of action and emotion. A source said, “Of course, there will be the Bollywood masala that Bhaijaan’s movies require. This is not an official adaptation, but Radhe’s script is loosely based on the same timeline as Sandglass with Prabhudheva giving it his own touches.”

“The team had been contemplating on several scripts. But with Randeep, Disha and Salman, it was necessary to come up with the perfect script that could justify all of their roles. Sandglass just perfectly settled in,” added the source.

‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ is to release during Eid this year.

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