Film review: Salman’s magic did not work in Race 3, Saif Ali Khan missed
The dialogues of the film are quite childish, which do not show any effect on the film. The first part of Race-3 is almost perfect without any spices. At the same time, the second part itself appears to be claiming to be a thriller, which is not really.
(Vivek Shah) Salman Khan’s Race 3, released today across the country, revolves around family committing crimes at the borderline. The film Race 3, directed by Remo D’Souza, features Salman Khan as well as stars like Anil Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandes, Bobby Deol, Daisy Shah, Shakib Salim and Freddy Daruwala. At the same time, Salman Khan has replaced Saif Ali Khan in the race franchise this time. This film is quite big this time in terms of scale and grandeur. Bobby Deol is also making his comeback with this film. Although the film is very good in terms of its production, but there is a lack of story line in it. This film written by Shiraz Ahmed is very weak and confusing. In the screenplay, instead of focusing on its story, more focus is on the action and style. The dialogues of the film are quite childish, which do not show any effect on the film. The first part of the film is almost fine without any spices. At the same time, the second part itself appears to be claiming to be a thriller, which is not really. The music of the film and its songs seem to be drowning in the expectation of the audience. Aneka Bose’s cinematography is very good. In the film, the areas of Thailand and UAE are depicted very well. If we talk about acting here, the role of Salman in the film is quite weak in front of Anil Kapoor who made this film capable. The action scenes, directed by Hollywood stunt legend Tom Stuther (Black Panther, The Dark Knight and Dunkirk’s stunt co-ordinator), are quite catchy. Overall, as much expectations were expected from this film, it turned out to be weak due to film writing, poor dialogue and weak plot. Also read: Ranbir Kapoor said – Aaliya brought positive changes in life