‘Race 3’ director Remo D’souza who shot the climax action sequence in just five days that would have otherwise taken 10 days, said he wanted a real treatment for the movie.
“I wanted a very real treatment for ‘Race 3′. The action and explosions that you see in the film were all created on set. Fortunately, I had my team supporting my vision completely and delivering their best,’ Remo said.
“The climax scene is an elaborate action sequence that was to be shot with the entire cast. Salman ensured that the gruelling schedule that would otherwise take 10 days to shoot, was completed in just five days. We had three separate units that were shooting simultaneously on set. The live explosions also had the military’s presence for security concern. The entire sequence was an event in itself,’ he said.
The climax sequence has both Salman Khan and Bobby Deol performing high octane stunts, glimpses of the sequence are seen in the trailer where Salman and Bobby are seen leading a stylish walk.
It was shot with three units simultaneously. A set of actors were continuously shooting on the three units and wrapped the schedule in just five days that could have taken ten days to shoot.