With Salman Khan Race 3 arriving on Eid in the cinemas, the craze for the film is at its peak. Directed by Remo D’Souza, the film has been all the rage ever since the arrivals of its official trailer (both for good and bad reasons). The musical album of the film has also lent to its massive promotion. Heeriye, Selfish, Allah Duhai, Party Chale On, each song from the film is among the top chartbusters.
Star Cast of Salman Khan Race 3
- Salman Khan as Sikander “Sikku” Singh
- Anil Kapoor as Shamsher Singh
- Bobby Deol as Yash Singh
- Jacqueline Fernandez as Jessica Gomes, an Interpol Officer
- Daisy Shah as Sanjana Singh
- Saqib Saleem as Sooraj Singh, etc
Here’s presenting you a review of the film, read and decide whether or not it meets your expectations.
Salman Khan plays Sikandar, the nephew of heartless arms merchant Shamsher (Anil Kapoor), whose household life is perpetually debilitating to wreck his business exchanges. Apart from Sikander, Shamsher’s family includes his twin children (Saqib Saleem and Daisy Shah), he is surrounded by a dependable retainer (Sharat Saxena) along with a bodyguard (Bobby Deol). His nemesis Rana (Freddy Daruwala) seems, by all accounts, to be a danger, yet Shamsher’s more concerning issue is a will that leaves a lump of the home to Sikandar rather than to his own youngsters.
Shamsher’s retirement design is to utilize the implicating hard disk to blackmail the politicians, for which he sends Sikandar into a fight. Jessica (Jacqueline Fernandez), a pole dancer with divided loyalties, swings along these lines and that, romancing Sikandar yet, in addition, batting her lashes at Bobby Deol’s Yash.
It looks like the director has let his amazement for his leading man come in the way of giving specific instructions, in this unforgivably long motion picture (160 minutes). The dialogues and conversations strain to be clever and incite humor in the wrong places. The action sequences gave a 1990’s Salman movies déjà-vu and did not look even one bit exciting.
Among the cast, it is only Anil Kapoor who has shined rather brightly and did not let down. Salman Khan’s style is something to watch out for but then his character is weak and lacks depth. Daisy Shah and Saqib Saleem, in particular, bring about some unintentional laughter but have done a fine job. Jacqueline on the other hand, did what she does the best, “look fabulous”, while Bobby Deol was just good in his part.
All-in-all, the film lacks the intrigue, suspense, and thrill, its predecessors (Race and Race 2) had. It’s not really the performances; it’s the story that is a pain to watch. This is one Salman film, even his diehard fans would wish he hadn’t done.
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