Kareena Kapoor Khan dedicates first post after becoming a mother to announce Saif Ali Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Arjun Kapoor’s Bhoot Police release date

Fans of the horror-comedy genre might be happy with this piece of news. Saif Ali Khan, Yami Gautam, Jacqueline Fernandez and Arjun Kapoor starrer Bhoot Police will release in theatres on September 10. Kareena Kapoor took to Instagram to post for the first time after the birth of her second child. She wrote, “Get ready to scream with laughter! #BhootPolice arrives on 10th sept.” Have a look at the post below: Also Read – Bell Bottom, Radhe, Satyameva Jayate 2, ’83 – 15 upcoming Bollywood biggies and their release dates – view pics

In a past interview, Jacqueline told Mumbai Mirror, “I’m super excited to kickstart Bhoot Police as it’s a different genre I will be exploring. Now, with the new normal, things are going to be very different when we are shooting. We have to finish our quarantine period and immediately head to the sets for the shoot.” Also Read – Arjun Kapoor joins Malaika Arora and her sister Amrita for dinner at her parents’ place

Talking about Bhoot Police, director Pavan Kirpalani said, “We are excited to bring this spooky adventure-comedy and really happy to have Saif and Arjun join the team as they are a perfect fit for this crazy entertainer. Both of them will be seen in very different avatars and will bring their trademark humour to the script.” Also Read – Boney Kapoor opens up on coping with the loss of Sridevi, filling the void and his best tribute to her

Shoot for the film began in last November and was completed by February 5. The film has been shot across Himachal Pradesh, Mumbai and Rajasthan’s Jaisalmer.

Meanwhile, Saif Ali Khan will also be next seen in Bunty Aur Babli 2 along with Rani Mukerji. Talking about the film, Saif Ali Khan earlier said, “Bunty Aur Babli 2 is a completely rebooted sequel and is set in today’s time. It is a fantastic script that hooked me on instantly. It is an out and out entertainer for the entire family to sit and enjoy and this is what I loved and connected with. Also, it’s a new role for me, new language and milieu and that’s what I really look for in a script. I also love the dynamics between the originals and the new Bunty Babli in the film. It’s fresh, hilarious and extremely engaging. Rani and I have always had a lot of fun working with each other and I’m looking forward to our creative collaboration again. It’s also equally amazing to be back home at YRF again.

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