Arjun Kapoor is set to make your weekends happening as he announces Bhoot police to release a week early
Bhoot Police starring Arjun Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan, Yami Gautam and Jacqueline Fernandez has been grabbing everyone’s attention, all thanks to this unusual casting coup. Amidst the pandemic, the cast and crew shot the film and now they are all set to take the audience on a laughter ride. However, Arjun just shared the happy news on his Instagram account that simply made our weekends a little more happening and how! Well, he announced that Bhoot Police will now be releasing a week early on the OTT platform.
That’s right. Bhoot Police will be releasing on September 10, instead of September 17 on Disney+ Hotstar. Sharing the news with his Insta fam jam, he wrote, “Good news for your weekend! Bad news for Bhoots. #BhootPolice is releasing 7 days early! Streaming from 10th September only on @disneyplushotstarvip. Stay tuned!”
Check out the new poster as well:
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Meanwhile, in an exclusive chat with Bollywood Bubble, Arjun Kapoor spoke about him battling highs and lows in his career. He said that ‘actors have phases.’ He said, “Sometimes you know that you are riding the wave when you sign some films and don’t know that they’ll do well or not. It’s the Friday that changes a film and turns it around. You have phases when you think that the film will not work and it works big-time and sometimes you’re backing yourself saying that this cannot go wrong and it just doesn’t pan out.”
He adds, “I come from a privileged background of learning more about the profession before I started acting so I knew that I have to be prepared for this”. He says, “Social media became so relevant in my time so my low phase became very apparent. Every star has had, I am no exception but social media makes more noise about it now has volume as 2000 people have written negatively about you.15 years before this was not the situation. Earlier it was like okay, this one didn’t go well next will but now that he’s done, he’s not worth being an actor”.