The Ayushman Khurrana starrer, Dream Girl, is undeniably his most popular film franchise. Bearing a hard-hitting message, warped in a thin sheath of comedy, the film series has established a concrete position for itself in the genre. Directed by Raaj Shaandilyaa, Dream Girl is a satirical dramedy that aims to highlight the gender, caste and religious barriers the world is tormented by. While Dream Girl was a record-breaking blockbuster, the sequel, unfortunately, couldn’t touch that sweet spot.
Due to the same, fans are now wondering whether Shaandilyaa is planning to continue the project. Some fans are desperately anticipating Dream Girl 3 release date while others aren’t yet over the sequel’s messy storyline. Now the Internet is split into two and the leading cast members seem to be favouring team one. Enthralled? Dive in to get the latest scoop!
Dream Girl 3 Release Date
Featuring an iconic cast ensemble, Dream Girl knocked on the theatre screens in 2019 and lured millions of fans instantly. A “spiritual” sequel was released theatrically on 25 August 2023 and has paved the way for questions regarding a third iteration. Even before its premiere, the Internet was washed by speculations suggesting Dream 3 was under production.
In a prescreening interview, both the leading cast members, Ayushman Khurrana and Ananya Pandey opened up about their views on Dream Girl 3. Pandey made light of the situation, expressing her desire to be a part of the eponymous iteration and dodged the matter at hand seamlessly. However, Khurrana didn’t skirt around and claimed that Shaandilyaa harbours the potential to conjure “Dream Girl 3, 4…10” if he aspires to. So far, the director seems to be enjoying the box office collection of 80 crores against the 30 crore budget.
Even though neither the cast nor the crew members have confirmed Dream Girl 3 to be in production, it is expected to be released in late 2025. Due to Shaandilyaa’s ambitious approach towards the film franchise, the possibility of a third instalment is charting high.
Dream Girl Plot Synopsis
Dream Girl, true to its name, portrays a hilarious tale of a woman loved by any and all. However, the said woman is Karam Singh (Ayushman Khurrana), a man in disguise. Due to dire financial circumstances, Param begins working for a telecommunications corporation by mimicking a woman’s voice.
As he begins navigating around his job, Karam realizes how lonely the world has become and aims to help such people combat their isolation. But he soon finds his relationships in jeopardy with both his father and future brother-in-law falling in love with Pooja’s melodious voice. Though Karam, as Pooja, manages to help people channel their frustration, he ends up way more agitated, embarking on a hilarious carousel.
Dream Girl 3 Storyline
In the sequel, Shaandilyaa and Khurrana have outdone themselves. Instead of letting the infamous dream girl be an anonymous person who has enamoured people with her magical voice, the screenplay writers, Naresh Kathooria and Shaandilya have embodied Karam as Pooja. Tormented by a challenge imposed by his love interest, Pari’s father, Karam resolves to become a dancer at a local bar. However, when his best friend, Smiley finds himself in trouble, Pooja is no longer left as a mere dancer.
While both films majorly target the orthodox community, it doesn’t get offensive or overtly preachy. Dream Girl 3, if it happens, would once again tackle gender biassing issues. Though the exact storyline couldn’t be predicted, it is obvious Shaandilyaa would level up the ante, as Khurrana mentioned.
Dream Girl 3 Release Date: FAQs
It is a satirical dramedy centred around an artist, Karamveer “Karam” Singh, who cross-dresses as a woman, and attempts to eradicate the gender biassing issues.
The film is co-written and directed by Raaj Shaandilyaa.
No, Dream Girl 3 release date isn’t confirmed yet.
Though it isn’t confirmed yet, Dream Girl 3 is expected to release in late 2025.
No, there is no trailer available for Dream Girl 3 yet.
Dream Girl is available on Zee5 for you to stream online. However, the sequel isn’t licensed by a streaming service yet.