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Bhumi Pednekar: Glad that I Haven’t Been Easily Stereotyped In This Industry

Bhumi Pednekar, who made her debut with the film “Dum Laga Ke Haisha” in 2015, is determined not to be typecast in her career. She has ventured into various genres, including both commercial and unconventional films that aim to create societal impact, such as “Dum Laga Ke Haisha,” “Bala,” and “Badhaai Do.”

“I’m glad that I haven’t been easily stereotyped in this industry, which tends to happen to many actors. With every film and role, I’ve aimed to challenge the norm and break free from the routine. I thrive on disruption and find it creatively inspiring to avoid similar films and roles,” Bhumi explains. She constantly seeks to push boundaries and create something unique.

Looking ahead, Bhumi has an exciting lineup of projects in store. She believes that audiences will be pleasantly surprised by the diversity of genres she will be exploring in her upcoming films. With projects like “The Ladykiller,” “Mere Husband Ki Biwi,” and “Bhakshak,” she looks forward to showcasing her versatility and pushing her craft to new heights.

“I always strive to keep audiences on their toes with the unexpected. Each of my future projects brings something fresh and unique, allowing me to showcase my talent in the best way possible,” Bhumi added.

In “The Ladykiller,” Bhumi will star alongside Arjun Kapoor. The film revolves around the story of a small-town playboy who falls for a “self-destructive beauty,” leading them on a whirlwind romance. Directed by Ajay Bahl, known for his work on films like “BA Pass” and “Section 375,” the movie promises an engaging narrative.

Bhumi Pednekar remains committed to breaking barriers and delivering memorable performances that captivate audiences. Her diverse range of upcoming projects demonstrates her dedication to artistic exploration and continuous growth as an actor.


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