The much-awaited RACE 3 official trailer was released yesterday and the whole of India is going gaga over it.
It’s starring shirtless Salman Khan, shirtless Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor and Jacqueline Fernandez. The Bhai fans can’t wait for the movie which is releasing on Eid, June 15th, while the other (sensible) clan cannot get over the ridiculousness of the trailer.
Here is a no-nonsense review of the trailer, which is highly relatable and apt if you are not blinded by the love for Salman Khan. But before starting the review, first feast yourself on this beauty of a trailer once:
“Yeh race zindagi ki race hai, kisi ki zindagi lekar hee khatam hogi.”
This dialogue is what I liked about the trailer the most because just like the entire trailer, it just doesn’t make any sense.
OLDIES TRYING TO MAKE A MAJOR COME BACK INTO BOLLYWOOD:
The whole movie is led by a bunch of 50-odd-year-olds, trying to spice up their almost retired lives with a little action. Bobby Deol even took a step ahead and hit the gym at 52.
In the past, everyone’s come across a lot of Hollywood blockbusters being re-attempted by Bollywood. RACE 3, however, with poor old Salman Khan trying to pull off Vin Diesel’s character from The Fast and Furious – and not being able to handle the energy requirement – and just looking tired/bored the entire time – it ought to be the funniest.
Bhai Jaan, you’ve added a lot of spice and action in your life records already. Ab is budhaape me ye sab accha lagta hai kya?
Looks like the actress wants to be associated with “weird Hindi” memes more than anything and has a great passion for what she’s been doing in every movie till now, and RACE 3 as well.
You guessed it right, it’s not “acting, it’s erotic dancing”. This lady’s fine moves are what you should go to watch an action film for! Way to go, Fernandez!
SOME HYSTERICAL SCENES FROM THE TRAILER
Some scenes are definitely lit – like the one where Saqib Saleem (character- Suraj) realises that he doesn’t need his hands to drive the car, and rather uses his hands to fire from both ends of the car and perfectly fires at the passengers in the other cars, while he himself is looking in the front. Great action, dude.
Towards the end of the scene, Salman Khan ACTUALLY FIRES MISSILES AIMED PERFECTLY AT MOVING CARS, defying physics and my last drop of hope in the movie.
“Gusse me liya hua decision hamesha nuksaan pohochata hai. Isliye ab pehle maine decision liya, and now I’m getting angry, very angry.”
What’s the difference between taking a decision while angry and taking a decision and then getting VERY angry? This movie will teach you.
Taking a decision while you’re angry is wrong, so you should take the decision and then get VERY angry.
Mind = blown.
The excessive number of useless characters and the overuse of the word “Family” makes the entire cast look like a version of the “Hum Saath Saath hain”.
“My business is my business, it’s none of your business”
(I am crying)
Maybe they intended a pun here, but nope guys, you failed ridiculously.
Though the entire script has surpassed all logic and science, the movie will still break all blockbuster records in Bollywood. Well, that’s India for you.
Well, the number of memes and jokes that only the trailer has flooded the internet with, surely makes me wait for the release of the movie to see the buzz then.
Till then happy watching MSG! :D
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