Bhullar was level in fourth with Ireland’s Damien McGrane and Scotland’s Steven O’Hara, who was three under for the day after five.
O’Hara holed an eight footer at the seventh to move to seven under, where he was joined by Bhullar, who picked up his seventh shot of the day at the first.
McGrane holed from 30 feet at the fourth and with Lara and Fisher dropping back it was a three-way tie for second behind Lundberg, who parred his first three holes.
Bhullar’s chances of recording The European Tour’s first 59 evaporated with four consecutive pars, but he was in a four-way share of the lead when Lundberg’s first birdie was followed by consecutive dropped shots.
Fisher holed a ten footer on the ninth to turn in 34, and with Bhullar birdieing the 15th and Lundberg picking up a stroke at the eighth, there was now a three-way tie on eight under.