By RAHUL RAUT

It’s a well-known fact that Salman Khan lays down certain conditions before signing any movie. He has some dos-don’ts that he maintains in his films and the characters that he plays onscreen and doesn’t prefer doing anything that can be of bad influence on the fans who look up to him.

Last month, we reported how Salman had put three conditions to the makers of his upcoming film ‘Race 3’ regarding the plot and the scenes in the film before coming on board. A section of fans and moviegoers took it just as a rumour but now the actor himself has confirmed that he made changes in the format of Race 3 so that the family audiences can also watch it. Khan called ‘Race 3’ a clean film that can be watched with children.

“I had watched the first and second part (of Race franchise) and there were certain things I didn’t like. For example, there were selfishness, money-mindedness and a kind of greyness in characters. I wasn’t comfortable with the format of Race. The way exposing is shown in films, I don’t like it at all. So I’ve tried to avoid all that in Race 3. Yes, there will definitely be high-octane actions and vehicles as usual, but I am completely avoiding adult scenes. Basically, the way you see all my films, you will be able to see Race as well. So, you can see Race with your children,” Salman revealed in a recent interview with an Indian TV channel.

With Salman’s this revelation, it can be assured that ‘Race 3’ will not have any kind of steamy and explicit scenes. The film also starring Jacqueline Fernandez, Daisy Shah, Bobby Deol and Saquib Saleem is currently being shot in Mumbai. Directed by Remo D’Souza and produced by Ramesh Taurani, it’s scheduled to release on Eid 2018.