The recently announced reunion of the Lage Raho Munna Bhai cast has taken the entire social media by a storm. The lead star cast of Sanjay Dutt, Vidya Balan, Arshad Warsi, Boman Irani, and Dilip Prabhavalkar are reuniting for a New YouTube Originals series on the account of Gandhi Jayanti and fans are super excited for the same. Upping the excitement of fans is the latest announcement that joining the cast, in their chat would be the YouTube sensation Ashish Chanchlani.
Confirming the same Ashish Chanchlani said “I was called and told that they're coming up with something exciting and you're going to be part of recreation of Lage Raho Munna Bhai...the Gandhigiri scenes...and I was like, okay, is this happening or someone's playing a prank on me, because I couldn't believe it. And when I was told that the scenes that would be recreated, I was like, done! Tell me when and where I have to be and I'll be there! It was a major surprise...I mean...I can't even tell...I was waiting for this day to come! I've told my friends and family about it. It's super exciting!”
Poster of Lage Raho Munna Bhai
Recently, the internet sensations Bhuvan Bam and Prajakta Koli were roped in 'Gandhigiri' for reading few of the scenes of Lage Raho Munna Bhai along with the star cast. The stars have been flooded with congratulatory wishes and requests of making the third installment of the film by fans who had absolutely adored the film and continue to love it even after a decade of its release.
It would be a double treat for fans to see the cast of one of their most favorite film come together with their YouTube star and create some magic and undoubtedly so they are eagerly awaiting the episode. After 13 years the Lage Raho Munna Bhai magic will be seen again and it is going to be an enchanting treat for all the Munna Bhai fans out there as they would see the Munna Bhai-Circuit Jodi together interacting on the same platform.
The video will be uploaded by the actors as well as the broadcasting company on their respective social media handles on October 2.