Race 3 – Review

Hindustan Times
By Rohit Vats (1/5)

For those who came in expecting Salman Khan and director Remo D’Souza will reinvent Race 3, hold your horses. Race 3, and you can quote us on this, is as formula as it gets. The director has added nothing new to the Race franchise, earlier helmed by Abbas-Mustan. If anything, Race 3 is juvenile in its approach. Gloss and glam are expected to mask bad writing; Salman Khan and the all-star team supposed to be your distraction from the half baked film. More »

The Times Of India
By Rachit Gupta (2.5/5)

The Singh family comprises of Shamsher (Anil Kapoor) his step-son Sikandar (Salman Khan), twins Suraj (Saqib Saleem) and Sanjana (Daisy Shah). They run a business of illegal arms and trade with the help of their friend Yash (Bobby Deol). Things get dramatic when Jessica (Jacqueline Fernandez) meets Sikandar and the family ties are strained under each characters ulterior motives. More »

The Indian Express
By Shubhra Gupta (1.5/5)

At some point well down the road in Race 3, as I slumped low in my chair, passing the time, a character said, ‘I’ve got a bad feeling about this’. Ding dong, news flash: we could have told her that right in the beginning.Given our experience of the Race franchise, we were fully prepared for bad guys, fast cars, faster gals, dazzling foreign locations, shiny dance-floor moves, locomotives that cost more than a good sized 2BHK flat, supersize mansions, and a thin plot saved by a twist or two. More »