Actor Saif Ali Khan, who is looking forward to work in the third instalment of the 'Race' series, said 'Race' had a better story line than its sequel.
Saif Ali Khan
In the next sequel 'Race 3', which is currently in the planning stage, will once again feature Saif Ali Khan in the lead role. "I am looking forward to it (working in Race 3). Whether it will be made on the lines of the budget of prequels, will be looked into... (but) the script has to be good and audience should like it. I think story of Race was better than Race 2," Saif told PTI here. The 43-year-old actor said he would also like to work in sequel of his home production film 'Go Goa Gone'.
"There might be a sequel (of 'Go Goa Gone'). I think it is an exciting idea (to work in it) and I look forward to it. Though the box office figures (of 'Go Goa Gone') were not encouraging, people said nice things about it.
It would have been better, if it had worked," Saif said. Saif's wife actress Kareena Kapoor Khan recently said in an interview to PTI that she feels Saif fits best in a Hollywood because of his good looks. Responding to it, the actor said, "I hope she meant in a good way. I really don't think so. There are so many people abroad, who look amazing and don't get work there. It is someone special who will get the job," Saif said.
The 'Agent Vinod' actor said he is ready to work with Kareena, provided a good script. The actor is also launching Kareena's cousin Armaan Jain in his upcoming home production film 'Lekar Hum Deewana Dil'. "Armaan looked like a bright prospect for the film. It is just that this family (Kapoors) is very talented," he said.