Trailer of the Mexican Remake of 3 Idiots is Wooing People on the Internet!

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After the Tamil remake of Rajkumar Hirani’s cult classic 3 Idiots comes a Mexican remake of the same ‘3 Idiotas’. A welcome change on how Hindi Cinema is perceived, and also emphasizes the global appeal of Indian origin stories.

Hirani’s most of the movies have given us an opportunity to get entertained with morale, whether we talk about PK, Munna Bhai or 3 idiots it has left an everlasting impression on us, but this time it’ll be the Mexican audience who will be left awestruck with the Indian creativity. The lead actors of the movie will be Alfonso Dosal, Christian Vazquez, German Valdez, and Martha Higareda, who will replace the roles of Aamir Khan, R Madhavan, Sharman Joshi, and Kareena Kapoor.

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