Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Hera Pheri 3 Firoz Nadiadwala Confirmed About Film Actors With Akshay Kumar Suniel Shetty Paresh Rawal

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Hera Pheri 3 : The movie ‘Hera Pheri’ released in 2000 is still loved by the audience. In this movie Akshay Kumar , Sunil Shetty and Paresh Rawal’s trio got special likes from the audience. Audiences are eagerly awaiting the third part of the film. Now famous filmmaker Firoz Nadiadwala has said in an interview about Hera Pheri 3.

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In an interview, Feroze Nadiadwala said, “Akshay, Pareshji and Sunil will be the oldest star cast in Hera Pheri-3. We have the story ready. We are currently working on this film. Two parts of this film have been liked by the audience. So we have to pay special attention to the story and screenplay of the third part of this film. Feroze further said, “Some artists’ names have been shortlisted. The film will be announced soon.

Hera Pheri 3 is trending
After Feroze Nadiadwala gave information about Hera Pheri, Hera Pheri 3 is trending on social media. Some memes of Hera Pheri movie are currently going viral on social media. Audiences are eagerly awaiting the release of Hera Pheri-3. The second installment of the film, Phir Hera Pheri, was released in 2006. In Hera Pheri, Paresh Rawal played the role of Babu Bhai and Akshay played the role of Raju. Sunil had played the role of Shyam. Both Hera Pheri and Phir Hera Pheri were well received by the audience. The film also stars Johnny Lever, Bipasha Basu and Tabu in the lead roles.

Here are some of the viral memes of Hera Pheri-3:

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