Remo D’ Souza’s Race 3 may have managed to be a profitable venture for the producers, but the ones who were at loss were the audiences. Right from the day when the trailer dropped on social media, netizens unleashed havoc on this thriller and bombarded Twitter and Facebook with countless trolls. The entire team, including the leading man Salman Khan, were hopeful that they would warm up to the film and enjoy what they have made. Alas, it turned out to be more disappointing and laughable than the promos.
Ending its theatrical run at 170 crores, Race 3 ultimately proved to be a dismal experience both for the fans as well as the makers. And now, after three months, Remo, who directed it, has come out and spoken about the entire fiasco. “As a director, I feel bad because I wasn’t able to take that film to a landmark where I have imagined before starting a film. At the same time, I think whatever responsibility had given to me, I tried to do my level best to make that film better and I did everything as per my capability,” he stated.
Continuing, he said, “I am keener towards directing a film because I know that if I will be directing a film then I will choreograph all songs of that film so of course, right now direction is all on my mind but I will not quit dance choreography because it is my first love.”
The ace choreographer is gearing up for his next directorial ABCD 3, although that’s just a tentative title, starring Katrina Kaif and Varun Dhawan. It’s touted to be India’s biggest dance film and will be made in 4D. The makers have locked the 8th of November, 2019 as the release date. Hope he can redeem himself with this film!
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