Race 3 (2018) – Movie Review

Race 3 is an action thriller film directed by Remo D’Souza and produced under Salman Khan Films. The film stars Anil Kapoor, Salman Khan, and Bobby Deol in the prominent roles. It is the third installment of Race film series.

As per the story is considered the film has no connection to its previous installments. It is the standalone film which revolves around a ‘Singh’ family that deals in worldwide arms dealings and crimes. Shamsher Singh (Anil Kapoor), the head of the family, a ruthless boss, runs this business with his twin children Sanjana (Daisy Shah) and Suraj (Saqib Saleem), and his nephew Sikander (Salman Khan). Being older among these siblings, Sikander always gets all the work delegated to him and gets all the appreciation from Shamsher, which eventually makes Sanjana and Suraj feel envious and jealous against Sikander. Bobby Deol plays the role of Yash, a loyal and dangerous henchman of a ‘Singh’ family. And Jacqueline Fernandez plays the role of Jessica, a woman with secrets, and Sikander’s love interest. What follows next in the film is a game of love, deception, greed, and revenge.

First of all, the absence of Saif Ali Khan from the film totally takes away the feel of previous Race films. The film is the unwanted and unnecessary installment in the Race film series. The film is filled with a nonsensical storyline, a lot of plot holes, totally useless songs, some over the top action sequences, shirtless Salman Khan, and yes, shirtless Bobby Deol as well. Jacqueline and Daisy are just the eye candies in the film. There is nothing notable in the film, except the climax of the film and Anil Kapoor’s performance. The film is a polished hyper-realistic dumb film. It’s just like overpriced petrol where filmmakers are literally looting audience.

Verdict : Does not even worth a single watch. Watch it at your own risk.

Rating : 2.6/5

Check out trailer here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBht9TG7ySw

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