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7 Times Bollywood Regretted Replacing Actors In Sequels

1. In the sequel of Welcome, Welcome Back, John Abraham replaced Akshay Kumar

While the film performed well at the box office, it should be recalled that each Bollywood film starring an A-list actor does well. The sequel, on the other hand, lacked the same feelings as the first movie. And while John Abraham deserves credit for trying, he simply lacks Kumar’s comedic timing.

John Abraham Welcome Back

2. In the sequel of Tere Bin Laden, Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive, Manish Paul replaced Ali Zafar

The issue does not necessarily lay with Paul, who appears to be a good fit on paper. The picture, however, lacked the passion and spirit of the original. Working on a script that wasn’t very remarkable wasn’t the best decision either.

Tere Bin Laden Manish Paul

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3. In the sequel of Jolly LL., Jolly LLB 2, Akshay Kumar replaced Arshad Warsi

The first movie was realistic, and its characters were engaging and sympathetic, which is why a film that no one anticipated to be a hit became one. Jolly, played by Arshad Warsi, was the film’s life and soul. However, Akshay Kumar’s sequel was a one-man show that glorified caste while attempting to paddle too many boats at once. The over-the-top arc of the picture was also exceedingly unreal, and it appeared to be a one-man show that no one wanted to witness.

Akshay Kumar Jolly LLB

4. In the sequel of Murder 2, Murder 3, Randeep Hooda replaced Emraan Hashmi

Emraan Hashmi starred in the first two films of the Murder trilogy. And while each of these films could stand alone, Murder 3 had lost Hashmi’s tone. While Randeep Hooda was an excellent pick for the role, an actor can only accomplish that much that movie can accomplish financial goals.

Murder 3 Randeep Hooda

5. In the sequel of Once Upon A Time In Mumbai, Once Upon A Time In Mumbai 2: Dobara, Akshay Kumar replaced Emraan Hashmi

Emraan Hashmi’s performance in the first film had gained widespread critical praise, therefore it had never made sense to replace him in the first place. Hashmi, on the other hand, may have turned down the position after reading the material he had to work with. Akshay Kumar went far in his portrayal of a guy that was already weird. Even casual observers found the film to be caricature-like.

Once Upon A Time In Mumbai 2: Dobara, Akshay Kumar

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6. In the sequel of Golmaal 2, Golmaal 3, Parineeti Chopra replaced Kareena Kapoor

While the movie was financially successful, it lacked the allure of its predecessor. Kareena Kapoor was never the reason Golmaal 2 worked, to begin with, thus Parineeti Chopra is not to blame.

Golmaal 3 Parineeti Chopra

7. In Kahani’s spin-off, Bob Biswas, Abhishek Bachchan took over for Saswata Chatterjee

Even the internet couldn’t figure out why Saswata was replaced because his performance as the assassin was the reason for the spin-off in the first place. While Abhishek Bachchan was aware of the task, his portrayal of the role was just too meek, and the screenplay didn’t enable him to project a scary air.

abhishek bachchan kahaani

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