Nearly three minutes long, the trailer opens with Sikander's (played by Salman) dialogue, "Ye zindagi ki race hai, kisi na kisi ki zindagi le ke hi khatam hogi". The multi-starrer film which has Jacqueline Fernandez, Anil Kapoor, Saqib Saleem, Daisy Shah and Bobby Deol in significant roles is one of the most anticipated sequels of this year. Even from Yesterday, they were on high buzz to create noise about Race 3 trailer.
The characters are introduced rapidly, and then the trailer dives into the action, without explaining the plot properly. The intense trailer clearly is an overdose of bullets flying around. The movie belongs to the hit franchise and thanks to Salman Khan, it has only become grander in scale. It also marks the return of Bobby Deol to Bollywood limelight.
Ever since the team of Race 3 has landed in Kashmir, there have been several photos coming from the sets of the film.
Salman and Jacqueline are uniting for a film for the first time since 2014.
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In the three minute long trailer there is not a single moment of drama or an attempt to grab the attention by giving hints at the storyline. A suited and booted Anil Kapoor with an equally dapper-looking Saqib Saleem playing his son also lay out the story-line.
First, he made a tweet on Monday saying, "Kal ka mujhe thoda doubtful lag raha hai [sic]", followed by some emojis.
Indeed, the Race 3 trailer has left the audience yearning for more and the audience certainly can't keep calm to witness another "race to the finish".
Breaking ground in the digital space has become customary for Salman Khan Films today and Race 3 is no different.