As the shoot ends for the upcoming horror comedy, Varun Dhawan writes an emotional note to the director. What did Amar Kaushik reply to the heartfelt message?
Varun Dhawan wrap up with the shoot of Bhediya and returns to Mumbai immediately. The shoot went well with his co-star Kriti Sanon as they grooved to some Bhadri Ki Dhulhania. However, Varun is emotional as he writes a goodbye note to the director. Earlier this week, Kriti announced the wrap-up for the upcoming supernatural film. The shoot was going in the town named Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh. Both the stars could not stop themselves from uploading their pictures from the set. However, the movie will release soon as the shoot is over. Varun Dhawan Bhediya wrapped with a goodbye note.
Bhediya is shot in Arunachal Pradesh in a town called Ziro. However, the movie is directed by Amar Kaushik. Earlier, he directed Stree with Shraddha Kapoor and Rajkumar Rao. The supernatural yet comedy story will soon flash on big screens. Indeed Varun and Kriti could wrap up well for their shoot.
Moreover, the crew celebrated the pack up with the locals of Ziro. The video of Varun sharing the cake with the localities is viral now. In fact, Varun had more to say to his director for Bhediya.
Varun writes a note to Amar Kaushik
Soon after the wrap-up of Bhediya, the stars kept sharing BTS of the shoot and shared a few videos. But Varun has more to do. Today he took his social media to thank Amar Kaushik for everything he could do for the movie. The shoot went smoothly because of him. Here is what he writes, “bhediya. Shooting a movie during the pandemic has been extremely challenging but working under the leadership of amarkaushik has been one of the most exhilarating and satisfying experiences for me. Amar bhai chalo khelte hain. Was extremely lucky to shoot in a covid free town like ziro in ARUNACHALPRADESH.”
The movie is ready for release on 14th April 2022. Bhediya marked the second collaboration for Varun and Kriti after Dilwale. Next, we will see him in Jug Jugg Jiyo, as this is not the end.