Race 3 Reviews by Bollywood Hungama
Ratings 2/5 Stars
The biggest problem with RACE 3 is that there’s hardly any storyline in the film. The makers have added a lot of twists and turns but they are unnecessary and unconvincing. Remo Dsouza’s direction also suffers as a result of the flawed writing. The film is high on style and low on substance. The action bits are good but Remo has stretched these scenes unnecessarily. The first half of RACE 3 is quite horrible and there’s absolutely no story. It’s only in the second half that the film boasts of some worthwhile moments.
On the whole, RACE 3 is high on style and low on substance. It lacks entertainment value and is a disappointing fare due to its wafer thin plot. At the box office, the movie will take a jump start due to Salman Khan’s star power and accelerate over the weekend, post which, the business will see a sizeable drop. The film will entail losses to the distributors.
Race 3 Reviews by Times Of India (Rachit Gupta)
‘Race 3’ just does not work up the feeling of suspense and intrigue that made the previous masala movies from the franchise a guilty pleasure. While the film wants to keep you guessing on who will finish the Race first, you are left wondering when you will cross the finish line.
Race 3 Reviews by Hindustan Times
Gloss and glam are expected to mask an appalling film, but it’s really difficult to sit through 160-minutes of terribly bad filmmaking. Even Tom Struthers’ (Tiger Zinda Hai, Dunkirk) action choreography is dull. As for the rest of the cast is concerned, I feel for Bobby Deol and Jacqueline Fernandez
Race 3 is a mere show-reel for Salman Khan fans. Celebrating Eid at home is likely to entertain you more.
Race 3 Reviews by The Indian Express
The patented by-and-for Bhai money shot, the Shirtless Salman, which is guaranteed to bring the house down, is also not, gasp, his alone. Deol Jr gets to go topless too, and we can tell you he wears his bronzer well. At least on this one score, all this while, Bhai has had no competition. And now this shameful dilution. Kya yaar.
Race 3 Reviews by NDTV
Some in the audience might be charitable enough to describe Race 3 as a slick and stylish actioner designed for Salman Khan and, therefore, beyond the purview of critical nitpicking. Sure, but shouldn’t a movie, no matter how cinematically unambitious, go beyond the lure of creative lethargy? Race 3 makes no effort at all in that direction.
Race 3 reviews by The Hindu
Well you can see it coming in Race 3. Future unfortunately is Race 4. Unless Bhai fans pay heed to my advice: “Ik baar audience, selfish hoke, money and time waste mat karo na.”