Directed by: Remo D’Souza
Produced by: Ramesh S. Taurani, Salma Khan
Written by: Shiraz Ahmed
Cast: Anil Kapoor, Salman Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Bobby Deol, Daisy Shah, Saqib Saleem, Freddy Daruwala
Music by: Salim Sulaiman
Cinematography: Ayananka Bose
Edited by: Rameshwar S. Bhagat
Bullets are flying, cars are bursting in flames and everybody is looking spruce and hot in their dazzling costumes while performing slicked stunts – Yes, we are talking about the opening scene of the much-anticipated star-packed Race 3.
The movie is knitted around Shamsher Singh (Anil Kapoor), his distrustful children Bobby Deol (Yash), Daisy (Sanjana), Saqib Saleem (Suraj), and his trusted man Sikander (Salman Khan). However, they all are embroiled in conflicts with each other. The movie demonstrates a dysfunctional family which is in pursuit of power and money and no one can be trusted.
Race 3 is unlike its prequels, there are no twists, turns or any nail-biting moments. The movie appears to be a colossal mess due to its lame plot and pretentious acting of the stars. Though stars like Bobby Deol have tried to make a solid comeback, but the attempt failed drastically. The Salman Khan starrer is unable to cast a spell on its viewers. People who waited for Eid holidays to catch the buzzing action scenes of Race 3, are highly disappointed after watching the movie as it is not engaging. The whole movie goes to and fro around the central characters, trying to build an engaging affair so that audience remains glued to the screens, but this appears to be a herculean task because of the vague dialogues and absurd action scenes. It is just Salman Khan and charismatic Anil Kapoor who make the movie worth watching.
Watch this movie only if you are a die-hard fan of Salman Khan or Anil Kapoor. However, if you are looking for an intriguing story, then avoid watching it as it would appear only as a waste of your money.