Paresh Rawal Says ‘Hera Pheri 3’ Shoot To Begin In Three Months

Earlier this week, Paresh Rawal reunited with Akshay Kumar and Suniel Shetty for a special declaration promo for Hera Pheri 3. The third film within the comedy franchise is finally being made after being stuck for several years. The actor, who will reprise his role as Babu bhaiyya, revealed that the movie’s shoot will begin in 3 months. The film’s characters will pass internationally this year as they travel to Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Los Angeles, California. Farhad Samji will be directing Hera Pheri 3.

The actor additionally showed that Kartik Aaryan, who became intended to sign up for the franchise, might not be a part of the film. Paresh, Akshay Kumar, and Suniel first played the characters of Babu, Raju, and Shyam in 2000. Directed through Priyadarshan, the Hindi function was a remake of the Malayalam film Ramji Rao Speaking (1989). Tabu and Om Puri had been additionally part of the original cast; a sequel, Phir Hera Pheri, written and directed by Neeraj Vora got here out in 2006.

About reuniting with Akshay and Suniel Shetty, Paresh informed Mid-Day in an interview, “Meeting them felt like ghar wapsi (returning domestic). It’s continually a joy shooting with Akshay and Suniel. They are talented actors who aren’t insecure approximately their work. We have mutual respect. Our off-screen camaraderie reflects in our on-screen chemistry.”

He introduced, “We’ll start shooting in 3 months. It can be a [long] schedule in Mumbai. The movie may also be shot in international places like Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Los Angeles, as Babu bhaiyya, Raju and Shyam go abroad. They’ll do hera pheri globally.” The veteran actor additionally went on to say that initially, “both Kartik and Akshay have been to do the film, however it didn’t workout. I don’t understand what came about.”

Paresh received the Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role for Hera Pheri in 2001 for his role as Baburao Ganpatrao Apte. Actors Bipasha Basu, Rimi Sen, Johnny Lever, and Rajpal Yadav had come on board for the second film.

Neeraj was imagined to direct the third movie, but he died in 2017. Since then, the film’s production has stalled because the producers attempted to find a suitable director for the franchise.

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