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Akshay Kumar Has Not Confirmed being the Part Of Hera Pheri 3

Ever since the makers of Hera Pheri franchise have decided to embark upon with the third part of the film, we have been hearing about the star cast. Earlier it was rumored that all the three actors of previous two series of the franchise – Akshay Kumar, Sunil Shetty, and Paresh Rawal have confirmed to play their respective roles in the third part. This has inflated the excitement for the third part, but now we hear that Akshay Kumar who was in the lead role for the previous two parts, is yet to confirm about playing it in the said movie.

We know Hera Pheri to be among the most loved films in recent times, and everyone wants to see the trio in the third part of the franchise Hera Pheri. When the third part was announced, the fans simply went crazy about the news and the director Indra Kumar too was seen riding high over the success ladder with his recently released film Total Dhamaal. He also while talking about the third party said that he is delighted to see the three coming back again.

He also informed that he intends to start the film by the year-end as the script of the film has been jotted down. He said since he was busy with the release of Total Dhamaal, he remained completely cut off from the HP 3 for the last three months. While talking about the movie, he said he would be using VFX and other things to make the film bigger this time as compared to the previous two films. In fact with heavy use of VFX in the third part, Hera Pheri 3 would become much bigger and better than Total Dhamaal. He said that he is very much sure about the fact that people will enjoy the movie much more than any other film.

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