Execution of a function present in a module

I have a module Execute.pm as
#! /usr/bin/perl
sub function1
{
$var=shift;
print "Inside fun1\n";
print "got argument $var\n";
}

sub fun2
{
$var=shift;
print "Inside fun2\n";
print "got argument $var\n";
}

sub fun3
{
$var=shift;
print "Inside fun2\n";
print "got argument $var\n"
}

############################
I will call the function in my program as

use Execute
&Execute::fun1("hello");
############################
but what I want is user will specify the function name as command line arg and we have to store it in a variable,say $fun....Also the argument for the function is   specified as command  line argument and this also should be stored in a variable, say $arg....
And I have to call the function using these variables......some thing like
&Execute::$fun($arg);

How can I do that??????
ashok1312Asked:
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ozoCommented:
{  no strict 'refs'; &{$fun}($arg); }
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