Taking a stroll down the reminiscence lane, veteran actress Saira Banu on Sunday reminisced in regards to the 1976 masala film ‘Hera Pheri’. Learn on!
Taking a stroll down the reminiscence lane, veteran actress Saira Banu on Sunday reminisced in regards to the 1976 masala film ‘Hera Pheri’, which has not too long ago marked 47 years of its launch, and shared her favorite scene from the flick.
Directed by Prakash Mehra, the film stars Saira as Kiran, Amitabh Bachchan as Vijay, and Vinod Khanna as Ajay. It additionally options Asrani, P Jayaraj, Mac Mohan, Urmila Bhatt in pivotal roles.
Saira, who’s an avid social media person, took to Instagram and shared a black and white nonetheless from the film. She additionally connected two video clips from the film.
Recalling in regards to the joyful ‘Hera Pheri’ days with Massive B and Vinod Khanna, Saira wrote: “It was a really blissful and pleasing time to have performed “HERA PHERI”. Amitabh Bachchan and Vinod Khanna performed artful tricksters within the film and I performed a crafty feminine swindler.”
She additional mentioned: “We had a splendidly relaxed environment and the Three of us would work at recommendations and improvisations to make the scenes riotously humorous particularly within the scenes the place Vinod is continually attempting to tone down Amitabh from being overly romantic to the heroine.”
“My very own favorite scene is the place I’m rattling off in Marathi and Vinod is attempting to curb Amitabh’s zealous makes an attempt to take a seat subsequent to me. Please see and revel in these scenes,” added Saira.
Followers wrote within the remark part: “How lovely you had been and are”, “Your appearing in humorous scenes is fantastic, how effortlessly you do scenes from ‘Hera Pheri’ and ‘Padosan’, “memorable”.
That is considered one of six movies that Vinod and Amitabh Bachchan starred collectively in. The plot revolves round Vijay and Ajay, two small-time crooks, who loot different wealthy ‘revered’ however criminal-minded folks for a residing.
The film was additionally an inspiration for the 1978 Telugu film ‘Rama Krishnulu’. The movie’s music is by Kalyanji Anandji and the lyrics had been by Anjaan, Indeevar.