Race 2 (2013)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 26 mins

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A cold fury seeps in Ranveer's heart after the death of his lover and partner in crime, Sonia. In Race 2, we are exposed to Ranveer's multi faceted personality and his determination to avenge Sonia's killer. In his attempt to track Sonia's killer, he meets Armaan and his fiancé Omisha along with Aleena. Armaan Mallick heads the Indian mafia in Turkey; and with his partner Aleena they run the shrewdest criminal outfit in the country. Ranveer treads through a world of ruthlessness depending only on his wits to accomplish his goal. A world where betrayal lurks at every corner, where loyalties change every minute and where love is just a four-letter word. Set in the exotic locales of Turkey, the narrative takes unexpected twists and turns between cold-hearted crime and fluctuating loyalties. Will Ranveer succeed in outsmarting the wily Armaan? Can he find the culprit and avenge Sonia's death?
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Did you know? The movie was a success, especially with the international audience and became the first one to enter the worldwide Bollywood's 100 crore club in 2013. Read More
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as Cherry
as Inspector Robert D'Costa
as Alina
as Armaan Mallik
as Ranvir Singh
as Sonia
as Godfather
as Roby
as Vikram Thappar
Supporting Actor
as Raja Kapoor
as The Killer


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Screenplay Writer
Dialogue Writer

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography


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Stunt Coordinator Assistant
Film Type:
Feature Film
Colour Info:
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Archival Source:
QubeVault (Real Image Media Technologies) [Digital]
Music Label: Tips Music
Music Director: Pritam Chakraborty
Betrayal is survival.
Character Error
During the planning of the steal of Shroud of Turin, Robert D'Costa says that stealing the shroud hasn't even been attempted in Hollywood. In fact, the shroud was stolen in the 2009 comedy The Pink Panther 2.

When the sniper targets his prey at the beginning, he focuses on the car but in the next frame, his point is in other direction.

In the Lamborghini blast sequence, it can be clearly seen that in the frame just before the explosion, it has been changed to a dummy car.
'Race 2' was released in 3200 screens in India; it is the third biggest release ever for a Hindi film after Ek Tha Tiger (3300 screens) and Dabangg 2 (3700 screens). This widely publicised movie was released in more than 50 countries, including US, UK, Gulf, Australia, Pakistan as well as non-traditional markets like Maldives, East Timor, Myanmar, Morocco and Vietnam (with as many as seven screens). The film had a simultaneous release in Morocco in four to five screens, including theatres in Casablanca and Marrakech. The movie was also subtitled in Arabic, Thai, Bahasa, Malay, Vietnamese, and Dutch.

The Mardan Palace in Turkey was the setting for many scenes where it was shown as the home of Padukone and Abraham's characters.

Reportedly the Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind, the largest of Sunni clerics in India, urged PM Manmohan Singh to stop their publication and display of Race 2 posters that featured verses from the Quran.

The movie was a success, especially with the international audience and became the first one to enter the worldwide Bollywood's 100 crore club in 2013.

It is the sequel to the 2008 film, 'Race' and stars an ensemble cast that includes Anil Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan reprising their roles as Robert D'Costa and Ranveer Singh respectively, while Bipasha Basu reprised her role of Sonia Martin in a special appearance.

John Abraham returned to a negative role after a long time - he played a villain earlier in 'Aetbaar', 'Dhoom', 'Zinda'.
Movie Connection(s):
Follows: Race (Hindi)
References: Mr India (Hindi)
Referenced in: Jayantabhai Ki Luv Story (Hindi)