Remo feels bad about epic failure of Salman's 'Race 3'
Salman Khan's 'Race 3' has been one of the most trolled movies of 2018. Despite making it to the prestigious Rs. 100 crore club, the movie was a major critic failure and there is no denial about it. After all who can bear those senseless dialogues of 'Race 3'? And now director Remo D'Souza has admitted that he is upset with 'Race 3' failure.
Talking about the failure, Remo said that he felt that the script had some glitches. He further asserted that just like its previous installments, the lead character in 'Race 3' (played by Salman) too had grey shades to it. "But we can't show Salman in grey character and other things were also happening. Because of all that. It just went little..," Remo added.
Further, Remo confessed that being the director of 'Race 3' he felt bad for not living up to the expectations of the audience. However, he also mentioned that he along with the entire team had worked extremely hard for the movie, but it was the audience who was the ultimate judge.
Remo had replaced Abbas-Mustan as the director of the third instalment of the 'Race' franchise. Talking about the same, he admitted that directing the movie was a challenging task. "When your film features big actors but as a director, you have to deal with those challenges, otherwise you will not be able to do direction," Remo said.
After 'Race 3', Remo D'Souza will be directing a 3D dance film which will feature Prabhu Deva, Varun Dhawan and Katrina Kaif in key roles. The movie is likely to hit the floors soon and will be produced by Bhushan Kumar.