Firoz Nadiawala Revealed The Third Instalment Of The Popular Indian Film Hera Pheri
As film producer Firoz Nadiawala revealed the third instalment of the popular Indian film Hera Pheri, there will be plenty of meme material available for you as the classic three of Babu Bhaiya, Raju, and Ghanshyam are poised to return to the big screen.
The original cast, Paresh Rawal, Akshay Kumar, and Suniel Shetty will return for Hera Pheri 3, according to Nadiawala, who confirmed this in an interview with Bollywood Hungama.
Past Successes Cannot Be Taken For Granted
“You’ll soon be able to witness it with the same cast, which includes Suniel Ji, Paresh Ji, and Akshay Ji. We are working on certain modalities, and the tale is already in place. It will be produced in the same manner while maintaining the characters’ youth. Past successes cannot be taken for granted. As a result, we must take extra care with our substance, story, screenplay, characters, and mannerism, among other things,” he stated.
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He didn’t say much, but he gave a clue that they had already narrowed down their director choices and would soon be making an official announcement. Priyadarshan directed the first movie, and Neeraj Vohra wrote and directed Hera Pheri 2. There have been rumours that Raaj Shaandilyaa of the film Bhoomi may direct the third instalment, but Nadiawala says this is untrue.
Crew Had Begun Work On Hera Pheri 3
According to him, the crew had begun work on Hera Pheri 3 in 2014 but had to put the project on hold when Vohra became unwell. According to reports, John Abraham and Abhishek Bachchan played the key roles in that movie. The producer emphasised that there will be numerous modifications to both the story and the characters in the new movie.
The Hera Pheri franchise’s fourth and fifth instalments, according to the producer, will be “better than the earlier portions,” and he claimed he wouldn’t mind producing them.
Phir Hera Pheri was released in 2006 after Hera Pheri in 2000. Both movies succeeded in becoming cult favourites.