Remo D’Souza: I felt bad about Race 3

Revisiting the past, director of ‘Race 3’, Remo D’Souza says that he felt bad that the film failed to achieve the vision he had envisaged

Remo D'Souza, Salman Khan
Remo D'Souza, Salman Khan
Salman Khan-starrer ‘Race 3’ managed to earn moolah at the box office but not without facing severe criticism from fans of the franchise. Director Remo D’Souza expresses his disappointment with the project, saying, “As a director, I felt bad that the film didn’t achieve the vision that I had in my mid. But at the same time, I am happy that I have put in all the efforts as a responsible person. At the end of the day it is the audiences that decide the fate of any film, some like it and some don’t.” The choreographer-turned-filmmaker is next working on his dance film starring Varun Dhawan and Katrina Kaif. “Now, with all my future projects, I will make sure that I work doubly hard,” adds Remo. ‘Race 3’ was made on a massive budget of around Rs 150 crore and took very long to recover the money despite incredible opening collection. By the opening weekend, ‘Race 3’ had collected over Rs 100 crore at the box office, which was lesser than expected. The Bollywood film had released on approximately 4,200 screens across the country.


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