Rana (Randeep Hooda), a drug-lord of Mumbai, is trying to expand his network by reaching out to the city’s hotspots. In a meeting, cops discuss how they’ll need someone to stop this, enters the suspended cop Radhe (Salman Khan). They revoke his suspension to clean the city, and for some reason.
Radhe is now the man with a mission (but not missionary). Enters Diya (Disha Patani), a model and sister of Radhe’s boss Avinash (Jackie Shroff). She just happens to be wherever Radhe is and is dumb enough to believe whatever he says (ahh! the sweet taste of irony). Radhe, with the help of local gangs, reaches to Rana for one final face-off.
Salman Khan is stuck in the loop of being a star when the content around him is actually favouring the actors. He still holds the charm, but unfortunately, that’s not enough to intrigue the audience living outside his loop. I hope this is the point where he looks back and sees how even a sub-par Bharat & Tubelight are miles ahead as a film than this and Race 3.
Randeep Hooda, straight out of Extraction, falters due to the weak character arc. Still, the efforts of making a scene special by just being in it are visible and much appreciated when there’s so much of wrong going around. The blank stares and scary smiles give his character a quirky touch making him stand out from the rest.
Disha Patani doesn’t even try to justify her presence. It’s so annoyingly apparent the makers have included her character just for the glamourous quotient dumbing her down to no limit. Jackie Shroff’s face did a better job in Hello Charlie compared to what he’s doing here.