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Shooting Race 3 with Salman Khan is ‘too hot to handle’ for Jacqueline Fernandez

Like many Salman Khan blockbusters, Race 3 is scheduled to be released during the Eid weekend on June 15.

bollywood Updated: Apr 26, 2018 16:30 IST
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The team of Race 3 is shooting in Kashmir. (Photo: Instagram/Jacqueline Fernandez)
The team of Race 3 is shooting in Kashmir. (Photo: Instagram/Jacqueline Fernandez)

The team of Race 3 is shooting in Kashmir and it seems the cold is too much for Jacqueline Fernandez, film’s female lead. She shared a picture on Thursday where she is covered in a blankets and a jacket, holding a steaming mug in hand. However, co-star Salman Khan doesn’t seem to mind the cold. He could be seen standing next to Jacqueline in a vest and jeans.

Jacqueline wrote alongside her post, “Too hot to handle”. Now, we will leave it to you to decide what, or whom, she is referring to.

Salman and Jacqueline shot a romantic number for the film in Kashmir. The crew also met the state’s chief minister Mehbooba Mufti.

This isn’t the first time Salman is shooting for a film in Kashmir. Earlier, he has shot for Bajrangi Bhaijaan in the region.

Race 3, directed by Remo D’Souza, is likely to be the biggest film of 2018 with a huge star cast that includes the likes of Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor, Daisy Shah and Saqeeb Salim.

It is said that Salman is playing a character with negative shades in the film.

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The film, which will hit the screens on Eid, will also be a test of Salman’s box office draw as his last film, Tiger Zinda Hai, was a money-spinner.

There were reports that the makers of Race 3 want to sell the digital-satellite rights of their film at a whopping price of Rs 150 crore, and that’s possible only when the film guarantees a sizeable return before its release.