Superstar Akshay Kumar confirmed his exit from his sweetheart on Saturday Foul play Cited creative differences as reasons for not signing on to the franchise and the upcoming third installment. Kumar starred alongside veteran actors Paresh Rawal and Suniel Shetty in the original Foul play, which was released in 2000 and went on to achieve the status of a cult comedy. then there was a sequel Monkey business again (2006), in which Kumar reprized his role of Raju, Rawal as Babu Bhaiya and Shetty returned as Shyam. Akshay Kumar confirms exit from Hera Pheri 3, apologizes to fans (view tweet),
The third part has been in the works for quite some time and earlier this week Rawal confirmed that the film will soon go into production. maze 2 Star Kartik Aaryan is playing the role of Raju. ,Foul play I have been a part. Many people have memories and even I have good memories of it. But I am sad that for so many years we did not make the third part. The film was offered to me but I was not satisfied with the screenplay and script. I was not happy with it,” said Kumar HT Leadership Summit Here.
the actor said Foul play Franchise films have been a big part of his life and journey and he is “sad” about not being able to contribute to the upcoming installment. “I have to do what people want to see. So I back off. For me, Foul play A part of life, my journey in a huge way. I am equally sad about this and I am not able to do the third part. But I am not happy with the way things are shaping up constructively.”
Aryan’s boarding reports Hera Pheri 3 After this the hashtag #NoRajuNoHeraPheri was trending on Twitter. Kumar said he is overwhelmed by the love of his fans, but he won’t attend Hera Pheri 3, “I saw some tweets saying ‘No Raju, No Hera Pheri’. He was hurt as much as I was hurt. It’s sad but he trended this topic on social media and I want to thank him. I realize now my fan following is at length and breath. They love me a lot but I apologize to them that I will not do ‘Hera Pheri’.” Hera Pheri 3: Will fans accept Kartik Aaryan as Raju as he will replace Akshay Kumar in Paresh Rawal, Suniel Shetty starrer?
Kumar joined RRR Star Ram Charan for the session. When asked about the sluggish performance of Hindi films at the box office, the Bollywood star called for a change in the way films are produced and distributed. “The audience wants something different… We should sit down and try to give it to them… It’s our fault. It’s not the audience’s fault that they aren’t coming. We have to rethink and finish what we’ve created.” Gotta do it.” Past. We just have to put it down and start again,” he said.
The actor, who is touted as one of the most bankable stars in the Indian film industry, has had a series of failures with several films in 2022. Bachchan Pandey, Emperor PrithvirajRa Raksha Bandhan Not doing well at the ticket window. his latest release Ram Setu Struggling to join the 100 crore club.
Kumar said that he now wants to start in a completely different way and is also ready to reduce his fees. “I want to start in a completely different way and that’s what I started doing… We have to understand what the audience wants.
“There are many more factors. It is not something that only actors can do…. But producers and theater owners also have to think about it. Personally, I have to lower my fees by 30. 40 Percentage. Similarly, theater owners also have to understand this.”
in the 2019 edition of HT Leadership SummitKumar had said he would replace his Canadian passport with an Indian one following a dispute over his citizenship. When asked about the status of his Indian passport, the 55-year-old actor revealed that he has completed the process of renouncing his Canadian citizenship. “Having a Canadian passport doesn’t mean I’m less than an Indian. I’m much more an Indian. I applied for it. But then the pandemic happened and everything stopped for 2.5 years. I’ve got my letter. To give up and my new passport will arrive very soon,” Kumar said.
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