Salman Khan's Race 3 goes on floor

Salman Khan's Race 3 goes on floor

The last movie which saw them together was Kick, in which they sketched an absolute flawless chemistry, and the film turned on the heat at the theatres.

Remo D'Souza's upcoming film saw the muhurat shot on Thursday and pictures from the event are already flooding internet.

And Salman, who is reuniting with Jacqueline after three years, shared the flawless mahurat shot with his fans on social media. On Friday our Bajrangi Bhaijan shared a photo from the mahurat where the entire team of Race 3 could be seen.

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Reportedly, the first schedule of the film will last for 25 days and will be all about action sequences without any romance while the next schedule will focus on shooting the songs. Moreover, looking at Bobby Deol being one of the new entrant, it seems he might be the one to reprise Anil's role in Race 3. Saif Ali Khan headlined both the previous films while Remo D'Souza takes over stewardship of Race 3 from director duo Abbas-Mustan. In 2013 it was released again.

Salman Khan starrer Race 3 finally went on floors yesterday, on 9th November.

Race as a franchise has been a blockbuster hit amongst the audience.

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The picture has shown Salman Khan along with co-producer Ramesh Taurani, Daisy Shah, Bobby Deol, Jacqueline Fernandez, Saqib Saleem and Remo D'Souza.

Salman for the first time is a part of Race franchise which is set to hit the screens next year during Eid weekend.

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