Hera Pheri 3: After the success of Hera Pheri (2000) and then Hera Pheri (2006), now soon the third part of the film is coming back to make the audience laugh. The comedy of Raju, Shyam and Baburao is still enshrined in the hearts of people. In the past, the film was in discussion for the casting of its leading man. It was being said that Akshay Kumar refused to do the film, after which Karthik would replace him. However, nothing has been officially said on all these things yet. It is now reported that Dream Girl director Raaj Shandilya has been approached to direct the blockbuster film.
Raj Shandilya can direct Hera Pheri 3
Talking to Pinkvilla, Raaj Shaandilyaa said, “Yes it is true. However, I can take a call on it only after the shooting of Dream Girl 2 is over. I will be officially involved in the scripting of the film as well, but when I will complete my previous work, then something will happen. Discussions will continue, but after signing the contract and coming on the same page, things will move forward. Busy in Girl 2, 95 percent shooting of this film has been completed.
Sunil Shetty shared a funny story about Hera Pheri
Meanwhile, in an interview with Pinkvilla, Suniel Shetty also shared his favorite memory from the sets of Hera Pheri. He said, “We were attached to each other while doing Hera Pheri. Priyadarshan (director) made sure we see our characters… zero make-up, no pressed clothes, comedy timing, rehearsals, Babu Bhai’s dominance, two action heroes making everyone laugh with their body language. While considering Paresh Rawal as his boss, the characters around him like Khadak Singh, Kabira… everything was very interesting. Hera Pheri itself was a very memorable shoot for us and from day one, we knew we were onto a super hit track.
Both the parts of Hera Pheri won the hearts of the fans.
Hera Pheri was released in 2000. In which Akshay Kumar, Sunil Shetty, Paresh Rawal and Tabu acted. Directed by Priyadarshan, it was successful in earning 18 crores at the box office. The sequel Phir Hera Pheri was directed by the late Neeraj Vora. The 2006 film earned Rs 69 crore at the box office.