From what we saw in the action-packed trailer of Race 3, we could only wonder the amount of hard work put in by the team over a number of days to make it happen. But it comes as a surprise that the climax action sequence was shot in just five days! Yes, ideally it would have taken 10 days, but Salman made in happen in half the time. We see both Salman Khan and Bobby Deol in the climax scene performing high octane stunts, glimpses of the sequence are seen in the trailer where Salman and Bobby are seen leading a stylish walk. So how was it possible to achieve this feat?
Well the sequence was shot with three units simultaneously. A set of actors were continuously shooting on the three units and this is how they managed to wrap the schedule in just five days. That's quite something, we must say. The climax action sequence was a very crucial sequence featuring the entire cast. Seen in the sequence will be Salman Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor, Daisy Shah, Saqib Saleem. It will showcase the high octane action sequences that include explosives and intense car chase sequence. ALSO READ: Here’s why Salman Khan turned distributor with Race 3 – read exclusive details
As there were explosions and high octane chase sequences involved, high security calling for military was stationed on the sets in Abu Dhabi. Director Remo D'souza shares, "I wanted a very real treatment for Race 3. The action and explosions that you see in the film were all created on set. Fortunately, I had my team supporting my vision completely and delivering their best."
The entire climax and action sequence has been choreographed by Tom Struthers and Anal Arasu.
Produced by Salman Khan Films and Ramesh Taurani under the banner of Tips Films, Race 3 is directed by Remo D'souza and will hit theatres on June 15, 2018.
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