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Posted at: May 17, 2018, 12:56 AM; last updated: May 17, 2018, 12:56 AM (IST)

Action meets music

Race 3 is going to be a musical action bonanza, says Salman
Action meets music
The cast and crew of Race 3
The makers of Race 3 launched the trailer of the film in 3D at a packed theatre in the suburbs of Mumbai on Tuesday. The entire star cast, including Salman Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Saqib Saleem, Daisy Shah and Freddy Daruwala, was present at the launch making it one star-studded affair. 

Talking to media, director Remo D’Souza confessed that there was immense pressure on him to take the action franchise forward.

Talking about the movie, Salman said, “This film is like a musical action bonanza. It’s like the ones Mr Bachchan and Dharamji used to do ages ago. You come watch, enjoy and go back home.” 

When asked if he had watched the previous two instalments of Race, Salman said, “I have not watched Race 1 and 2 but I knew the format so we just had to make some changes and add a bit of Hum Aapke Hain Koun to it.”

Further, when Salman was asked whether every sensible actor has butterflies in the stomach whenever he tries something new…, Salman replied, , “You’re asking the question to the wrong person. I’m not a sensible actor. I’m neither sensible, nor an actor.” 

Well, the much awaited trailer of Race 3 is finally out now but the response seems a bit disappointing. Social media was flooded with reactions like “It’s Tiger Zinda Hai Part 2”, “We miss Saif Ali Khan…”, “Getting family means, its Jai Ho Part 2”, “Race series is already over after the 2nd installment and this is some new movie…” 

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