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Race Theatrical release poster Directed by Abbas-Mustan Produced by Ramesh S. Taurani Kumar S. Taurani Screenplay by Shiraz Ahmed Story by Shiraz Ahmed Starring Anil Kapoor Saif Ali Khan Akshaye Khanna Bipasha Basu Katrina Kaif Sameera Reddy Music by Songs: Pritam Chakraborty Background Score: Salim Sulaiman Cinematography Ravi Yadav Editing by Hussain A. Burmawala Distributed by Tips Music Films UTV Motion Pictures Release date(s) March 21, 2008 Running time 165 Minutes Country India Language Hindi Gross revenue 68,00,00,000 Race (Hindi: रेस) is a 2008 Bollywood film directed by Abbas-Mustan and produced under the Tips Films banner. Released on 21 March 2008 worldwide, the film stars Anil Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan, Akshaye Khanna, Bipasha Basu, and Katrina Kaif in pivotal roles. The film also stars Dilip Tahil and Johnny Lever for thriller and comedy sketches. Set and mostly filmed in Durban and Dubai, Race is a comedy, thriller and action film which explores themes of sibling rivalry, betrayal and passion. It is loosely based on the 1998 Hollywood movie Goodbye Lover.[1] The film became the fourth highest grossing Bollywood film of the year.[2] The film was dubbed into Tamil as Panthayam and in Telugu as Race Telugu. The director duo is directing the sequel Race 2 set to release in 2011.[3] Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Music 4 Reception 4.1 Critical reception 4.2 Box office 5 Sequel 6 References 7 External links Plot A voice-over by RD (Anil Kapoor) introduces the four main characters: Ranvir Singh (Saif Ali Khan) runs a successful business he inherited from his father. His younger brother Rajiv Singh (Akshaye Khanna) mooches off of Ranvir and is an alcoholic. Ranvir is dating an upcoming model Sonia (Bipasha Basu), while his personal assistant Sophia (Katrina Kaif) appears to be secretly in love with him. Ranvir is also involved in an intense competition with a rival horse-owner Kabir (Dilip Tahil). The film opens with a murder plot involving a car accident which Ranvir narrowly survives. When Ranvir loses money in a race because his jockey had been bribed by Kabir, Ranvir plants a bomb in the jockey's car and kills him, showing Ranvir to be a ruthless businessman. In a drunken stupor, Rajiv confesses to Ranvir that he likes Sonia and that he would quit drinking if he could spend his life with a girl like her. Ranvir immediately stops dating Sonia so that Rajiv can have her. Rajiv and Sonia begin dating and appear happy, until in a twist, Rajiv reveals he knows of Sonia's shady past and suspicious motives. Rajiv reveals that his father had secured identical life-insurance policies for huge sums on each of the sons. He explains that he wants to kill Ranvir in what would appear to be an accident and inherit $100 million dollars in insurance payments and wants Sonia to play along. Sonia agrees to help in exchange for $20 million. They pretend to get married and Rajiv ignores Sonia in this fake-marriage while continuing to play an alcoholic. As per his instructions, Sonia seduces Ranvir who confesses he loved her all along. Rajiv reveals the rest of his plan: to threaten to commit suicide in response to Sonia and Ranvir's affair by leaping off a tall building, have Ranvir appear on the terrace, and get Sonia to push Ranvir off. However, in a new twist, it turns out Ranvir was aware of the plan all along as Sonia, who had apparently fallen in love with Ranvir, had been keeping him updated. Things go according to plan but Sonia double-crosses Ranvir and pushes him off, saying she loved him, but the money was more important. Inspector RD appears at this point to investigate the death, accompanied by a ditzy assistant (Sameera Reddy). He immediately suspects foul-play in the death of Ranvir. During his investigation, Ranvir's assistant Sophia reveals that she was actually married to Ranvir, and produces a legitimate marriage certificate. Sonia is shocked that their plan has been thwarted as Sophia would now be the heir to the insurance money. In another twist, Sophia was in on the plan all along and is secretly dating Rajiv. Rajiv plans to bump off Sonia after he and Sophia get the insurance money. However, RD figures out during his investigation that Sophia and Rajiv had faked her marriage with Ranvir and that he had been tricked into signing the marriage certificate. RD confronts Rajiv about this and agrees to remain silent about it in exchange for $25 million. Rajiv hires the same hitman who had attempted to murder Ranvir at the beginning of the film to kill Sonia, revealing that he had been behind the first murder attempt too. Just as the hitman is about to kill Sonia, Ranvir reappears and rescues her. Ranvir then confronts Rajiv and explains that he had overheard Rajiv discussing the failed murder attempt with the hitman and had been playing along the whole time so he could get the insurance money from his own fake-death and the insurance money from killing Rajiv. He allows Rajiv one last chance to win by agreeing to a car-race. Ranvir shows up to the race in a sports car, and when Rajiv protests, he switches cars with Rajiv. This turns out to be a trick as Rajiv had tampered with the brakes on his own car. Ranvir in turns lies to Rajiv, claiming he had planted a bomb in his car, similar to the one that killed the jockey, and that it would be detonated if Rajiv ever slowed down below 100 km/h. This deceives Rajiv into crashing into a petroleum tank, killing him and Sophia, who had been riding with him. Ranvir narrowly escapes death himself. In the end, Ranvir collects the insurance money from Rajiv's death and his own fake-death and is fleeing the city, only to be stopped by Inspector RD, who had been in on the plan too and had helped Ranvir fake his death and get the insurance money. Inspector RD takes his half of the money, only to find a bomb in the bag along with the money. However, the bomb does not detonate, and Ranvir reveals that it was a mere precaution to see if RD would try to betray him and take all the money. Ranvir rewards RD for his relative honesty by allowing him to live. Cast Saif Ali Khan as Ranvir Singh: The older of the two brothers and a ruthless business man who will stop at nothing to win the game. Playing with danger is his passion and outsmarting his opponent his passtime. Akshay Khanna as Rajeev Singh: The younger brother is spoilt, laid back and happy. But underneath the surface lurks an anger which he tries to control with liquor. The anger and liquor get the better of him and end up controlling him and he always loses everything. Bipasha Basu as Sonia: A glamorous model with a shady past. She is looking for a man who will keep her in his heart. She's waiting for the rich and handsome Ranvir Singh to propose to her. Katrina Kaif as Sophia: Ranvir Singh's beautiful and innocent looking secretary who shadows him around managing all his important matters. She is indispensable to Ranvir who trusts her completely but does not reciprocate her love. Anil Kapoor as Robert D'Costa aka R.D.: A private detective with the deceptive air of an idiot. He is constantly eating fruits while solving a case. He is sharp, resourceful and quick. His appearance in the story thickens the plot as he unravels one lie after the other. Sameera Reddy as Mini: The attractive assistant of Robert D'Costa who is like a dumb blonde. She constantly asks stupid questions and is forever relegated to cutting fruits or doing menial jobs for her boss. Dalip Tahil as Kabir: The rival of Ranvir Singh in horse races and business. Johnny Lever as Max (Special appearance): The marriage bureau chief who provides comic relief and a vital clue which leads to solving the case. Music Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Bollywood Hungama [4] Planet Bollywood [5] Planet Bollywood [6] The music for Race was written by Pritam, with lyrics by Sameer. It got favorable reviews, with the song "Pehli Nazar Mein", sung by Atif Aslam as the biggest hit of the album, along with "Zara Zara Touch Me".[7] The song "Sexy Lady" (Khwaabh Dekhe Jhoothe Moothe) was actually recorded after the release of the soundtrack. It replaced the original song "Mujhpe To Jadoo" in the film. Tips Music then re-distributed the soundtrack, adding "Sexy Lady", after the release of the film. Below is the track listing of Disc 1 of the original soundtrack, plus "Sexy Lady". Disc 2 was just other remixes of the same songs. Track # Song Singer(s) Duration 1 "Race Saanson Ki" Neeraj Shridhar, Sunidhi Chauhan 04:49 2 "Pehli Nazar Mein" Atif Aslam 05:13 3 "Dekho Nashe Mein" Shaan, Sunidhi Chauhan, KK 04:22 4 "Mujh Pe To Jadoo" Taz, Apache Indian, Sunidhi Chauhan 04:41 5 "Zara Zara Touch Me" Monali Thakur 04:32 6 "Race Is On My Mind" Neeraj Shridhar, Sunidhi Chauhan 05:00 7 "Dekho Nashe Mein (Latin Fiesta Mix)" Shaan, Sunidhi Chauhan, KK 04:11 8 "Race Theme" Instrumental 04:46 9 "Khwab Dekhe (Sexy Lady)" Neeraj Shridhar, Monali Thakur 04:49 According to a Network 18 report, "Pehli Nazar Mein" and "Zara Zara Touch Me" were directly copied from the Korean song "Sa Rang Haeo" and Leehom Wang's "Deep Within a Bamboo Grove".[8] Sony BMG Taiwan has issued a legal letter to Tips Industries claiming damages for the song "Zara Zara Touch Me".[9][10] Reception Critical reception Response from critics was mixed. Raja Sen gave the film 1.5 out of 5 stars, saying it was a "carnival of twists".[11] However, Taran Adarsh gave the film 4 out of 5 stars, stating that "Race is a superb entertainer all the way", and that it "has not just style, but a lot of substance too".[12] Box office Race went on to become the fourth biggest Bollywood hit of 2008 behind Ghajini, Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi and Singh is Kinng.[2] The film opened with a total of Rs. 35,61,00,000 in India, £880,423 in the United Kingdom and $1,376,024 in the United States. As of May 30, it grossed Rs. 61,80,00,000 ($14,886,600) in India, and $9,505,321 in other parts bringing a worldwide total of Rs. 68,00,00,000.[13] Sequel The directors are planning a sequel to this film called Race 2. Saif Ali Khan, Anil Kapoor, John Abraham, Deepika Padukone, Sonakshi Sinha and Chitrangada Singh have been cast in the movie.[14][15] The filming for Race 2 is slated to start in August 2011.[15] References ^ "Bollywood's 'Copycats' of 2008". indiatimes.com. http://movies.indiatimes.com/articleshow/3907119.cms.  ^ a b Box Office India. "Top Earners 2008". boxofficeindia.com. http://www.boxofficeindia.com/showProd.php?itemCat=215.  ^ "Get ready for sequel after sequel in 2011". The Hindu. March 26, 2010. http://beta.thehindu.com/arts/cinema/article305025.ece?homepage=true. Retrieved 24 July 2010.  ^ "Race Music Review By Joginder Tuteja". Bollywood Hungama. http://www.bollywoodhungama.com/movies/musicreview/13399/index.html. Retrieved 2011-06-27.  ^ "Race - Music Review by: Atta Khan". Planet Bollywood. http://www.planetbollywood.com/displayReview.php?id=m012908050731. Retrieved 2011-06-27.  ^ "Race - Music Review by: Aakash Gandhi". Planet Bollywood. http://www.planetbollywood.com/displayReview.php?id=m040408040926. Retrieved 2011-06-27.  ^ Joginder Tuteja. "Race Music Review". entertainment.oneindia.in. http://entertainment.oneindia.in/music/reviews/2008/race-music-review-290108.html.  ^ Sobhan, Usha. "Plagiarism: Chord that strings Pritam's music". CNN-IBN. http://ibnlive.in.com/videos/64170/plagiarism-common-chord-that-strings-pritams-music.html. Retrieved 20 May 2011.  ^ "Pritam or Plagiarism". interstellaroverdrive. http://interstellaroverdrive.wordpress.com/2008/03/23/pritam-or-plagarism/.  ^ "Pritam in troubled waters over Race song". santabanta.com. http://www.santabanta.com/cinema.asp?pid=22188.  ^ Raja Sen. "Too many twists spoil this Race". rediff.com. http://www.rediff.com/movies/2008/mar/21race.htm.  ^ Taran Adarsh. "Race Movie Review By Taran Adarsh". bollywoodhungama.com. http://www.bollywoodhungama.com/movies/review/13399/index.html.  ^ "All Time Grossers". Boxofficeindia.com. http://boxofficeindia.com/showProd.php?itemCat=303&catName=TGlmZXRpbWU=. Retrieved 2010-10-17.  ^ "Sonakshi in Race 2". calcuttatube.com. http://calcuttatube.com/sonakshi-on-weight-lose-spree-for-race-2/140727/.  ^ a b Adarsh, Taran (22 February 2011). "'Race 2' ready to take-off". Bollywood Hungama. http://www.bollywoodhungama.com/news/2011/02/22/15373/index.html. Retrieved 27 February 2011.  External links Official website Race at the Internet Movie Database Race at Box Office Mojo v · d · eFilms directed by Abbas Mustan  • Agneekal  (1989) • Khiladi  (1992) • Baazigar  (1993) • Daraar  (1996) • Soldier  (1998) • Baadshah  (1999) • Chori Chori Chupke Chupke  (2001) • Ajnabee  (2001) • Humraaz  (2002) • Taarzan: The Wonder Car  (2004) • Aitraaz  (2004) • 36 China Town  (2006) • Naqaab  (2007) • Race (2008) • Players  (2011) • Race 2  (2011)