Fans of the classic Bollywood movie “3 Idiots” were left speculating when a picture of Aamir Khan, R Madhavan, and Sharman Joshi went viral on social media. This led to rumors of a possible sequel to the movie. However, Boman Irani, who played the iconic character of Viru Sahastrabudhhe or Virus, has confirmed that there is no such plan in the works.
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The Viral Picture
The rumors around the sequel started after Sharman Joshi shared a picture featuring Aamir Khan, R Madhavan, and himself on his promotional tour for his latest movie “Congratulations.” Fans were quick to jump to conclusions and speculate about a sequel to “3 Idiots.” However, the truth turned out to be far from what people were expecting.
Boman Irani’s Surprise
In a fun video, Boman Irani addressed the rumors around the sequel and expressed his surprise. He questioned how the picture had gone viral without even informing the actors. Referring to the picture, he asked, “How can you guys think about ‘3 Idiots’ without Virus?” Boman Irani went on to express his disappointment, saying, “This is not fair, guys. Cooking up something this big and not even informing us? Is this your decency? Where is the friendship?”
3 Idiots Sequel Kareena Kapoor’s Reaction
Kareena Kapoor, who played Aamir Khan’s love interest in the movie, also shared her thoughts on the rumors. In a video, she revealed that she was unaware of the picture until she returned from her vacation. She also added that she did not believe Boman Irani was aware of the rumors either.
3 Idiots Sequel The Truth Revealed
Aamir Khan, R. Madhavan, and Sharman Joshi have now come forward to reveal the truth behind the picture. The actors shot a new ad for Dream 11’s “Sab Khelenge” campaign. In the video, we see the actors engaging in verbal banter with popular Indian cricketers Rohit Sharma, Yuzavendra Chahal, Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah, and R. Ashwin.
The actors want to enter the cricket zone as a form of revenge for cricketers doing ad campaigns as actors. The ad turned out to be one of the finest and most humorous advertisement videos in recent times.
In conclusion, it turns out that the viral picture was not a teaser for a sequel to “3 Idiots.” Instead, it was a promotional picture for an ad campaign. The actors’ banter with popular cricketers in the advertisement video has left fans delighted. While there may not be a sequel to “3 Idiots” in the works, this ad campaign has given us a glimpse of what we can expect from these actors in the future.