Salman Khan parties hard with Jacqueline Fernandez and Race 3 team after the movie’s trailer launch


Salman Khan parties hard with Jacqueline Fernandez and Race 3 team after the movie’s trailer launch

Salman Khan’s Race 3 trailer received a warm welcome from his fans and they literally went gaga over his shirtless scene with Bobby Deol. The trailer, which was unveiled yesterday in the presence of the entire star cast, had a Fast and Furious feel to it. With some intense action scenes and Salman’s dashing avatar, the movie looks like a blockbuster already. The Dabangg star was in a great mood at the trailer launch yesterday when he answered media questions in his trademark style. Post the launch, the stars gathered to celebrate the good response that the trailer received at producer Ramesh Taurani’s house late night. Also Read: Race 3 trailer: Remo D’Souza’s film is all about Salman Khan’s swag, gravity-defying stunts and some family love

Salman Khan joined Jacqueline Fernandez, Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor, Daisy Shah and Remo D’Souza at the producer’s apartment where they partied till late. It was probably to enjoy all the numerous reactions they had received in the few hours of the trailer’s release. Dressed in brown jeans and a black t-shirt, Salman stuck to his casual avatar like his other team members, Bobby, Anil and Saqib. Though the guys opted for the same outfits they wore for the trailer launch, ladies Jacqueline and Daisy had a pair of change. Jackie switched from her chic white bodycon dress to a red chequered casual off-shoulder maxi. While Daisy changed from her pink formal pantsuit to a LBD (Little Black Dress) instead. We bet the stars partied like there was no tomorrow. And we wonder if no one allowed the Judwaa 2 actress to shoot any inside videos from the party since none of them are available on social media.Also Read: This still of Salman Khan and Bobby Deol in their shirtless avatars from Race 3 trailer is turning up the heat

Speaking of Race as a franchise, Salman, at the trailer launch, said, “It (script) went like a bouncer. Ramesh (Taurani) Ji kept insisting on another hearing session. I heard again and it was a new genre for me. I just needed some changes because the kind of films I do, it was not fitting.” He further said he hasn’t seen the earlier films in the Race franchise. He said, “Didn’t get time to watch them, but I knew the format. Just mixed a bit of Hum Aapke Hain Koun in it. In fact, I have never been a part of such a film.”



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