Akshay Kumar will not be seen in Hera Pheri 3 and Welcome 3!

It has been more than 20 years since the release of Hera Pheri by Firoz Nadiadwala, the producer of many hit Bollywood films. Akshay Kumar’s comedy role in this film was highly praised. After this, in 2006 also he entertained people a lot in Hera Pheri 2. However, Akshay will not be seen in its next sequel.

Firoz Nadiadwala’s Film Akshay Kumar’s characters in Awara Pagal Deewana, Hera Pheri and Welcome are not forgotten by the audience. People were eagerly waiting to see Akshay Kumar in the next sequel of these films, but if sources are to be believed, the producer and director of this film, Firoz Nadiadwala, has now decided to make Awara Pagal Deewana 2 and Welcome 3 without him and his Karthik Aryan can be seen instead.

This is disappointing information for the fans of Akshay Kumar. Paresh Rawal has confirmed this. He told that now Akshay Kumar will not be seen in Hera Pheri 3. Karthik Aryan can be a part of this film. A few days ago his accomplice in the rigging artist Sunil Shetty had said that Hera Pheri is incomplete without Raju i.e. Akshay Kumar and he will try to find some solution to this issue with Firoz Nadiadwala. Firoz was pained when he heard that Akshay Kumar had said that he had walked out of the film because the story was not right. After which he has also decided to make Awara Pagal Deewana 2 and Welcome 3 without Akshay Kumar.

Akshay Kumar had placed a demand of Rs 90 crore for this film. Although Firoz had tried to reduce this amount, but after Akshay’s refusal, he has decided to take Karthik Aryan in the film Hera Pheri 3. Akshay Kumar also felt bad about it later. Firoz tried his best to persuade Akshay but he did not agree. Firoz did not like this thing that only Akshay’s words should be obeyed and everyone would have to bear the loss. It has to be seen how much people like this film without Akshay.<!–

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