Hera Pheri is a cult of Indian cinema and because of it, we noticed floodgates opening for real looking comedies. Behind the success, there have been lots of people who nonetheless stay to be unknown. One such is actor and author, Snehal Daabbi. In a latest interview, the actor made some stunning revelations in regards to the movie and his half in it.
Snehal Daabbi is a recognized face among the many Indian viewers, due to his work in Satya, Welcome and lots of different movies. He’s the one who belongs to a breed of actors like Saurabh Shukla. He’s an actor who can write. And many wouldn’t bear in mind that he has penned necessary elements for a lot of Bollywood movies. Priyadarshan’s cult comedy is a kind of movies.
In an interview with Bollywood Hungama, Snehal Daabbi revealed some stunning particulars about Hera Pheri. He stated that the movie made it to theatres very late and was a ‘dubba band’. In it, Snehal performed a one-scene function by which he errors Asrani as a pimp, and his dialogue ‘raapchik maal’ continues to be is in our hearts. If launched on time, it may have been a debut movie for Snehal.
“Satya (1998) was released first. But before that, I had shot for Hera Pheri. But Hera Pheri bahut time tak dabbe mein thi kyunki Akshay and Suniel ka comedy films ka market nahi tha. Neeraj and I knew that such realistic comedy films used to not work then. Aur woh set pe likhne waali film thi. ‘Aise kaise utha lu…40-50 kilo ka wazan toh hoga’…this was not written before. We thought about it when we saw the actors on location,” Snehal Daabbi quoted.
Further, he even spoke of being a ghostwriter of Hera Pheri and contributing to a number of necessary scenes.