Dharamendra opened his experience of working with Salman Khan, Rekha and Sonakshi Sinha in the song!

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Iconic actor Dharamendra Ji is one of the most iconic actors in our country and loved by millions. The actor is these days busy with promotional activity for his upcoming movie ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se.’ During the trailer launch Dharmendra Saab was quoted saying that “being a Jat, I and my family will never step back from making films until they don’t become successful in it.”

‘Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se’ also stars Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol, Kriti Kharbanda and the project is being directed by Navaniat Singh. During the interaction with the media, what prompted them to make the third installment of the franchise and was quoted saying that, “Our dream was to make this film. The First part of the franchise worked and the second part was a failure, but we are Jats and we will never step back.”

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Sholay actor further added that”We keep putting in our efforts until we become successful. That’s how we gathered the courage to make and complete the film. If you don’t chase your dreams, then your life is of no use. So, we hope the audience will like our film.”

Post watching the trailer we also got to know that Salman Khan, Rekha and Sonakshi Sinha is all set to shake a leg on the recreated version of Dharmendra’s iconic song ‘Rafta Rafta’ in the film along with leading actors. Dharmendra opened about his experience of working with Salman Khan, Rekha and Sonakshi Sinha in the song and said that, “I think it is my and my family’s karma that whenever I call anybody from the industry, they associate themselves with us. Whenever I need somebody, the entire industry is there for me. Salman himself is a very good human being. I love him. He is a wonderful and genuine person. Sonakshi is like my daughter and Rekha is a very old friend of mine. We have worked in many films.”

The third installment of ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana’ film series is all set to release on 31st August.