Mumbai: Saif Ali Khan’s first look from the film ‘Bhoot Police’ has finally been released where the actor is seen in stylish yet an intriguing avatar of a ghostbuster. In this horror-comedy, Saif will be seen playing the role of Vibhooti, opposite stars like Arjun Kapoor, Yami Gautam and Jacqueline Fernandez .
Wearing a leather jacket paired with a black shirt, Saif is seen holding a four pronged plow like weapon that seems to help him in catching ghosts, that’s what the released poster suggests. As the movie is a light hearted horror comedy, Saif’s expressions in the poster also promise to giggle its audience with another witty character.
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Initially, ‘Bhoot Police’ was scheduled for a theatrical release on September 10, however, the makers confirmed its digital release in June.
Talking about the release of ‘Bhoot Police’, Producer Ramesh Taurani had earlier told media, “Look, I was supposed to release ‘Bhoot Police’ in September 2021. I felt that it would be better in the present scenario if I stick to my original month. So yes, Bhoot Police will be released on OTT mostly in September or October.”
Meanwhile, the director Pawan Kirpalani feels elated for this upcoming pack of entertainment, he said: “I am thrilled to have Saif and Arjun come together for this entertaining feature. Both of them will be seen bringing their trademark fun elements to the brand new avatars they will portray in this film.”
Apart from ‘Bhoot Police’, Saif also has Om Raut’s epic drama ‘Adipurush’ in his hands, where he will be seen playing Ravana opposite actor Prabhas.
The actor had earlier said that he will be training hard along with Prabhas to look bulkier than he actually is, Saif had said in a media interview: “He (Om Raut) is going to make me larger than I am, but again, that might be giving it away. There will be some trickery involved, but a lot of it is real. He wants us to train and look particularly tough. The point is that Ravana is India’s Satan, he’s the demon king. And I guess what drives him is vanity. He is the personification of vanity. Everything comes from there – the doom that he prays for, the kingdom that he wants. His whole outlook is just incredibly incredibly clouded, blind and vain. He is a monster. He is strong and fun to play, in that sense. The whole point of the story is to overcome the monster.”