The new director, Remo D’Souza, has added nothing new to the Race franchise. If anything, Race 3 is very juvenile in its approach. It’s a half-baked film with total focus on Salman Khan’s charisma and some bizarre one-liners.
From the first scene in which Anil Kapoor blows up a gang member with the help of a pen bomb to Salman coming to the rescue of his family in a base-jump suit, Race 3 unabashedly targets the fans. There isn’t any pretension of logical filmmaking or sound screenplay. It seems Race 3 categorically wants the non-Salman fans to mind their own business.
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