Despite his recent films not doing exceptionally well at the box office, actor Salman Khan has given notable performances in the recent past, especially in courts. The star has high hopes from his upcoming flick “Race 3”, which is an imitation of his real-life incidents. To avoid controversies, the filmmakers have decided to include a disclaimer stating that the film is based on true events.
Part-time director and full-time reality show judge Remo D’souza is directing the film, parts of which are based on the real-life incidents of Salman’s life. Talking about the Race franchise, Remo said, “It’s an interesting script. Initially, we had named it ‘No One Killed Nurulah’, but after we realised that the makers of ‘No One Killed Jessica’ could pose us problems due to the similarity in titles, we named it ‘Race 3’.”
Remo also justified the title, given how the first two films of the franchise were full of mind-boggling twists. “Everyone expected justice but you all are shocked, aren’t you? That’s the kind of surprise we wish to recreate with Race 3,” he said.
Salman Khan, who is highly excited for the film, claimed that he started preparing for the role in 2002. “In Race 3, we have a chase sequence where I rash-drive an SUV in the streets and footpaths of Bandra, except there’s nobody chasing. So, why I drive on the footpath will remain a mystery, followed by mysterious deaths and acquittal. If this doesn’t resemble reality, what else will?” he said, explaining the need to include the disclaimer.
To leave the viewers spellbound, director Remo is also planning to include a cameo of a body-double of Salman Khan, where he will be seen taking responsibilities of actions of Salman Khan.