How much can you rely on your actors? A lot, sadly is the answer, in Phir Hera Pheri.
The writer and director Priyadarshan’s Phir Hera Pheri, is not a cash grab, per say. But I also find difficulty in understanding the reasoning behind its existence. If there was even a slightest possibility of it being an excuse for a reunion, they could have just titled it something else. Especially, since that title neither sings the chaos nor does the stakes communicate. And still over the years it has managed to be one of the most discussed piece of work and all the credit goes to the actors performing, improvising unflinchingly to what they trust with their eyes closed. Why wouldn’t they, since they craft the film in their own head that communicates the most with us.