Iconic comedy-drama Hera Pheri starring Akshay Kumar, Suniel Shetty and Paresh Rawal is all set for its third chapter. Producer Firoz Nadiadwala, in a current interview, confirmed engaged on Hera Pheri 3 and in addition talked about that it could have the unique solid.
“You’ll get to see it very soon with the same star cast – Akshay ji, Paresh bhai and Suniel ji. The story is in place, and we are working on certain modalities. It’ll be made in the same way, retaining the innocence of the characters. We can’t take past achievements for granted. So, we have to be extra careful in terms of our content, story, screenplay, characters, mannerism etc,” he instructed Bollywood Hungama.
Hera Pheri launched in 2000 adopted by Phir Hera Pheri in 2006. Both the movies, over time, have managed to achieve cult standing for his or her hilarious script and entertaining performances.
While the producer didn’t reveal a lot, he hinted that they’ve already shortlisted a director for the following sequel. “We are in talks. We’ll make the announcement soon,” mentioned Nadiadwala.
The first half was directed by Priyadarshan, whereas the sequel was written and directed by the late Neeraj Vora. Recently there have been rumours that Dream Girl director Raaj Shaandilyaa will helm Hera Pheri 3, nevertheless, Firoz Nadiadwala mentioned the excitement isn’t true. He additionally shared that the staff had certainly began work on Hera Phera 3 in 2014 however needed to cease after Neeraj Vora fell unwell. The new movie, although, could have loads of adjustments by way of story and characters.
Firoz Nadiadwala additionally appeared optimistic that he can create a franchise with Hera Pheri, with every movie incomes large. He mentioned, “Sustaining at the box office is important. And the moment you take anything for granted, it falls. Because we hope that God willing, we can make more parts – Hera Pheri 4, Hera Pheri 5, etc. And it should be better than the earlier parts. We hope that there will be a new film released every 15 months. Isn’t this how the West operates? Don’t we get a new Spider-Man or Bond film soon after the previous part has been released in the cinemas?”