Anil Kapoor Just Made Race 3 Cast Jhakaas, As Salman Khan Put It

Anil Kapoor is the only Race 3 actor who has been retained from the original team

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Anil Kapoor Just Made Race 3 Cast Jhakaas, As Salman Khan Put It

Anil Kapoor joins Salman Khan in Race 3. (Image courtesy: Salman Khan)


New Delhi: 

Highlights

  1. Salman Khan replaced Saif Ali Khan as lead in Race 3
  2. Anil Kapoor returns to franchise for the third time
  3. Race 3 will be directed by Remo D'Souza
Salman Khan welcomed his new Race 3 co-star Anil Kapoor, who is the only actor returning from the original Race series, in style on social media on Friday. Salman shared a picture of himself and Anil Kapoor along with producer Ramesh Taurani and said: "Inke aane se Race 3 ka cast aur ho gaya jhakaas." The third Race film is a series reboot with all new faces, (now) except for Anil Kapoor. Salman Khan replaced Saif Ali Khan as the lead while Bobby Deol took the villain's role. Even Remo D'Souza has replaced Abbas Mustan duo as the film's director.

Check out Salman Khan's welcome post for Anil Kapoor:
 

And Anil Kapoor replied:



Anil Kapoor, 60, played the role private detective Robert D'Costa aka R.D in the previous two films. But we have an inkling that RD will also get a transformation because Salman demanded Race 3 to be a film for 'family audience' but RD's dialogues comprised most of the cringe-worthy double entendres in the script.

Race 3 also stars Jacqueline Fernandez, Daisy Shah, Saqib Saleem and Pooja Hegde. The film went on floors in November and it is expected to hit the screens in the first half of 2018.

But before Race 3, Salman Khan will be seen in Tiger Zinda hai, which releases later this month. The film is a sequel to 2012's Ek Tha Tiger and also stars Katrina Kaif. As for Anil Kapoor, the actor is currently filming Fanne Khan, which is also trending today for its new logo. Fanne Khan also stars Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Rajkummar Rao.


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