Salman Khan pens down a romantic song for Race 3

Salman Khan pens down a romantic song for Race 3

Salman Khan pens down a romantic song for Race 3

"Race 3" is produced under Tips Films and Salman Khan Films and is an high-octane thriller. The trio (Remo, Tom and Indian fight master Anal Arasu) has been discussing ideas and putting the choreography for the action scenes in place for the last three months. Right when the makers were contemplating about the romantic track which is needed for a particular sequence, Salman revealed that he has already penned one. As soon as the music directors heard the number, they were more than eager to compose it. It is no secret that Salman is playing a grey character in Remo D'Souza's Race 3.

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As per a source, "Everyone loved it when Salman read it out to the team". The superstar has come up with a romantic track for Race 3 and producer Taurani confirmed the news, saying, "It's a lovely romantic track, exactly what we were looking for". The Race 3 team is scheduled to return to the Bay by the month-end and wrap up the film at a Mumbai studio. "Get set. Ready. Go". The movie also has the star cast of Anil Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez, Bobby Deol, Saqib Saleem and Daisy Shah in main roles.

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Yes, Salman has poured his creativity for his next project as a lyricist for the third instalment of "Race". The film is slated to hit the theatres on Eid 2018 i.e., June 15.

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