Update on Aug16, 04:00 pm ist
Horror-comedy Bhoot Police also stars Jacqueline Fernandez, Yami Gautam and Jaaved Jaaferi in pivotal roles, and is directed by Pavan Kirpalani of Ragini MMS and Phobia fame. It traces the journey of two ghost-hunting brothers, Vibhooti, played by Saif Ali Khan, and Chiraunji, played by Arjun Kapoor.
The makers of Bhoot Police are all set to unveil the trailer of the horror-comedy on 18th August 2021. The forthcoming horror movie is directed by Pavan Kirpalani of Ragini MMS and Phobia fame, and produced by Ramesh Taurani and Akshai Puri. The movie, which is set to release on Disney+ Hotstar on 17th September 2021, traces the journey of two ghost-hunting brothers, Vibhooti, played by Saif Ali Khan, and Chiraunji, played by Arjun Kapoor. The adventure horror comedy also stars Jacqueline Fernandez, Yami Gautam and Jaaved Jaaferi in pivotal roles. The team has also released the Bhoot Police motion poster. Check it out below:
Opening up about how the movie is more than a horror-comedy, Arjun Kapoor had earlier exclusively revealed to BollywoodLife, “Bhoot Police is a horror-comedy of course, in its essence and the way it’s been pitched to y’all, but for me, it’s an adventure of two brothers. It’s Saif Ali Khan and Arjun Kapoor who are actually brothers and are bickering constantly and there’s a back and forth and up and down and there is a camaraderie, a brotherhood, a bond, an emotion, but there’s also difference of opinion. So, there’s very interesting friction between two people who go on this journey.”
Divulging more interesting tidbits about the movie, the actor added, “It’s an origin story of Bhoot Police, how Bhoot Police becomes. So, it’s quite fascinating to go into this space and I think it’s a very credible, commercial horror-comedy, in the sense that it’s not itemised, it’s more story and character driven, it’s more driven by a particular situation they find themselves in and what happens around them rather then a situation with gags after gags; it’s not deigned like that. It’s a little more cerebral and it’s still got its own goofiness, but you’ll have fun watching it. It lands somewhere in the middle of Go Goa Gone and Stree, I feel.”