The trailer of Race 3 is finally out and is raising all the eyebrows for all the right reasons. But, one specific reason why the film is attracting a lot of eyeballs is because of its quirky dialogues.
Some people are calling it cringe worthy while some cannot stop laughing over the dialogues. Seems like Salman has already got some trolls waiting for him.
Nonetheless, the film has not failed to make an impact and has given the fans a reason to wait for till its release. Don’t believe? Take a look at the number of views the film has received in just a day.
Coming back to the dialogues of the film, one such dialogue from the film between Salman and Jacqueline Fernandez has caught the attention of everyone.
In that particular scene, Salman is asking for Jacqueline’s hand and when the gorgeous diva astonishingly looks back at Salman this is what Salman said in his own style.
“Don’t worry it’s not for marriage”, Salman said.
This dialogue completely blew away every Bhai fan, who found it whistle worthy and just can’t get over the awesomeness of the dialogue. But wait that’s not it.
According to sources, At the trailer launch of Race 3 Salman shared that in the film he will be describing the kind of girl he would like to married to in the future.
Woah. That’s something Bhai fans are surely excited for as they can finally have an idea about Salman’s ideal choice for marriage.
While Race 3‘s dialogues received some polarising comments over the social media the action quotient has surely impressed everyone, even Salman haters.
The film promises a high dosage of action with never-before-seen action stunts, which will be directed by Tom Struthers, who choreographed the action sequences for Tiger Zinda Hai.
Race 3 has taken the internet by a storm and now it’ll be interesting to see whether this Salman starrer will also break numerous records like his previous film TZH.
Directed by Remo D’Souza, Race 3, also starring Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Daisy Shah and Saqeeb Salim in pivotal roles is all set to release across the globe on June 15 in 2D and 3D formats.