Varun Dhawan shares the glimpse of Bhediya
The film, directed by Amar Kaushik, is set to hit theatres today on November 25th of next year
The wait is finally over. Varun Dhawan debuted his first glimpse as a werewolf in his next flick Bhediya on Thursday, and he certainly looks dangerous. The actor tweeted a poster of himself looking furious in the dark, his eyes glowing brightly. The gloomy forest landscape can be seen in the background. Varun Dhawan tweeted his first look from the flick, writing: "#BHEDIYA #bheidyafirstlook. In cinemas November 25th, 2022." Varun Dhawan teased his fans with this declaration a day before releasing his first glimpse as a werewolf: "Bhediya...Kal hogi #Bhediya se pehli mulaqat! First look out tomorrow. #BhediyaTomorrow." Kriti Sanon plays the leading lady in the film.
The film Bhediya, which was shot in Arunachal Pradesh, is based on a popular mythology. The story is based on Arunachal Pradesh fairy tales and traditions. The film, directed by Amar Kaushik, is set to hit theatres on November 25 of next year.
Varun Dhawan, who has undergone significant physical alteration for his role in the film, wrote the following before recording "final critical scenes on Bhediya" a few months ago: "Last day. Filming our last key scenes on #BHEDIYA in the next 24 hrs. Since we are not allowed to put out any stills from the film this was the last time I starred in the mirror and kinda had to say it's time to say goodbye to my long hair, beard and the changes my director Amar Kaushik has made me make for this character. Although something tells me this is not the end but a new beginning."
Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon spent a month or so in Arunachal Pradesh early this year filming Bhediya. They have been together in films such as Dilwale (2015) and Kalank (2019).
Dinesh Vijan is the director and producer of Bhediya.
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