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Salman unveils his 'Race 3' look

Salman unveils his 'Race 3' look”

"Race 3" is expected to release on the eve of Eid 2018.

As the superstar, Salman Khan has stepped into Race 3, the film has been hitting the headlines in social media. An injured Tiger is seen holding a rocket launcher with an intense gaze.

Khan, who recently wrapped up Tiger Zinda Hai, shared a picture from the last day of shooting from the spy thriller. Needless to say, the actor didn't disappoint his fans.

He shared a team photo of "Race 3" and wrote, "Baki sab toh Theek Hai but look at how hot, cool, sweet, charming & sexy is rameshji looking in this Race 3 ke team pic mein". Director of films like ABCD and A Flying Jatt, Remo D'Souza is now first time collaboration with Salman Khan in Race 3.

This is for the second time when Salman will share the screen space with Jacqueline. However, the entire cast of the film is yet to be revealed.

With over 6,48,000 likes, the trailer of Tiger Zinda Hai has overtaken the Hindi trailer of Baahubali 2, which has garnered over 5,41,000 likes so far. The trailer had crossed 13 million views on YouTube in just 24 hours of its release.

The film also features actress Katrina Kaif in the lead role. While Salman will be seen making his enemies bite the dust in his own swag, Katrina too will exhibit some high-flying stunts.



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