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Saif Ali Khan-Arjun Kapoor starrer Bhoot Police to release a week early

Bhoot Police, also featuring Yami Gautam and Jacqueline Fernandez, will arrive on Disney Plus Hotstar a week earlier.

By: Entertainment Desk | Mumbai |
September 7, 2021 3:46:46 pm
bhoot policeBhoot Police will stream on Disney+ Hotstar.

Saif Ali Khan, Arjun Kapoor and Yami Gautam-starrer horror comedy Bhoot Police will arrive on Disney Plus Hotstar on September 10, a week prior to its original release date. Arjun Kapoor on Tuesday took to Instagram to make the announcement.

Good news for your weekend! Bad news for Bhoots. #BhootPolice is releasing 7 days early! Streaming from 10th September only on @disneyplushotstarvip,” Arjun wrote alongside the poster of Bhoot Police.


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The film, directed by Pavan Kripalani, also features Jacqueline Fernandez. It has been produced by Ramesh Taurani, Akshai Puri, and co-produced by Jaya Taurani.

Talking to media at the film’s trailer preview a few days ago, Arjun Kapoor called himself a fan of Saif and said he was excited about sharing screen space with him. “I was quite excited to work with Saif because I am a huge fan and I was an assistant on the sets of Kal Ho Na Ho, too. Initially I was a little apprehensive but working with Saif was a breeze,” he said.

Arjun also opened up about his character. “While I don’t believe in ghosts and stories about witches, I really liked the film’s script. When Rameshji (producer Ramesh Taurani) shared the script with me, I told him about this, and he said 90% of India believes in ghosts and witches, and only 10% don’t. So my character will be relatable to 90% of the audience, and Saif’s will be to only 10%, so I am happy! (chuckles).”

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