'Race 3' trailer launched: Salman and starcast seen doing action stunts

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Yesterday Salman Khan wrote on the wall of Twitter, "Kal ka mujhe thoda doubtful lag raha hai".

Race 3' also features Anil Kapoor, Jacquline Fernandez, Bobby Deol, Daisy Shah, Saqib Saleem and Freddy Daruwala. Yes, journalists are fans too. But I knew the format and I had to change the format. Just mixed a bit of Hum Aapke Hain Koun in it.

The trailer was screened soon after. Instead, it was a sneak peek at what's in store - an overdose of Salman flattening bad guys, performing physics-defying stunts and delivering corny dialogues.

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". Being one of the most popular heroes, Salman has a lot of money riding on him. He even cut in once in a while when others answered. "The Race 3 trailer will be coming to you on May 15 and I promise you the wait will be worth it".

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From Bollywood divas Sonam Kapoor and Diana Penty to singers Mika Singh and Baadshah all chimed in to rave about the trailer and extend their good wishes to their "bhai", as they did when he went to prison.

Interestingly, this happens to be Salman Khan's first 3D movie. Naturally, reporters took their chance. "I know he's well thought of in the UAE and that reputation is totally deserved". "No", was the reply from the reporter. And when a journalist replied in the negative, Salman Khan added: "Thank you, because I was anxious". "Because I was anxious". But the interesting thing is that the film is made on the budget of 150 crores.

"Race 3" is considered as one of the best action-thriller in recent times in Hindi films, so when asked Salman whether it was tough physical film do to, he said, "It was always tough off the camera".

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