Nancy Jain, actor who played Salman Khan's sister in Radhe, shares glimpses of deleted family track
- Ever wondered why Zarina Wahab, who was cast as Salman Khan's mother in Radhe, never made it to the final film? Here are some pictures from all the deleted scenes from the movie, featuring Radhe's family.
A subplot involving the family of Salman Khan's character Radhe was removed from the final cut of Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. Nancy Jain, the actor who played Radhe's sister in the film, took to Instagram to share unseen images from the storyline, which also featured Zarina Wahab as Radhe's mother, and Virendra Saxena as his father.
Nancy shared a picture with her onscreen family and wrote in her caption, "My most favourite picture which holds a special place in my heart..This is the picture from where it all began and I started receiving endless love and support from you all..I never in my wildest dream thought something like this will ever happen in my life..I just hope God will give me more opportunities in this lifetime to prove myself..I am so grateful for all the love and support..Love you all."
Fans showered love in the comments section, with some even requesting her to post more images from the deleted scenes. "Mam jitna bi cut scene hai aap sab dhire dhire daal dena please mam (Ma'am, gradually reveal all the deleted scenes here)," one person wrote.
Nancy has also shared glimpses of a sequence set inside a Mumbai local train, which also featured the film's antagonist Rana, played by Randeep Hooda, and his two henchmen, played by Gautam Gulati and Sangay Tsheltrim. Another post showed Nancy's character, slightly injured, surrounded by her family, including Radhe and their parents.
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Directed by Prabhudeva, Radhe also features Disha Patani and Jackie Shroff. It opened to poor reviews on Eid, and has since become the actor's worst-rated film on IMDb. His father, Salim Khan, admitted in an interview that it isn't a 'great film at all'. Radhe is also one of the shortest films of the actor's career, clocking in at less than two hours.