Remo D’Souza recently expressed his disappointment over the debacle of Salman Khan-starrer ‘Race 3’, saying, “I felt bad about ‘Race 3’.” The choreographer-turned-filmmaker was to direct the fourth instalment too but the latest buzz suggests that Remo will not be returning to direct ‘Race 4’. He had recently stated about creative differences cropping up during ‘Race 3’ and his comments haven’t gone down well with Salman Khan, who has reportedly dropped Remo from directing ‘Race 4’. A similar situation arose when Salman was shooting with Kabir Khan for ‘Tubelight’. Rumours were rife that Salman was ghost-directing the project, and after its box office failure, Kabir and Salman decided not to collaborate in the future. With Salman Khan, Remo D’Souza seems to have met the same fate as Kabir Khan.
Last year, when everything was hunky-dory between Remo and Salman, the former had said, “Salman is a good dancer, and has the drive to become better,” when the director was making a film with the celeb and cinema star. “Salman is perfect for the part. He is aware that he can’t do something simple and get away with it. People feel ‘Salman belt hila deta hai and a step is made,’” added Remo.