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Bhumi Pednekar Talks About Her New Film ‘Badhaai Do’

The actress opened up about never shooting abroad after revealing that they shot for "Badhaai Do" in Dehradun, Mussoorie, and a little in Goa.

Bhumi Pednekar has been a part of some notable Bollywood films and has been surprising the audiences with a variety of memorable roles times and again. Adding to the list of unique movies is “Badhaai Do” for which, the actor graced the sets of Sony Entertainment Television’s “The Kapil Sharma Show” with co-actor Rajkummar Rao and director Harshvardhan Kulkarni. The actor opened up about how she has never shot for a film outside of India in her span of 6 years in the industry and how shooting for “Badhaai Do” in Mussoorie was nothing short of an adventure!

The actress opened up about never shooting abroad after revealing that they shot for “Badhaai Do” in Dehradun, Mussoorie, and a little in Goa. Archana Puran Singh said that even though her hometown is Dehradun she has never been there to shoot for anything to which Bhumi replied, “You’ve shot abroad right? Do you know my story? From the time I started my career I have not shot outside India even once! I always think, “okay if the location is London I’ll say yes without reading the script.” There is no such district in India where I have not shot for a film”.

Bhumi Pednekar also revealed that she rode a scooter for the first time while shooting for “Badhaai Do”, “Before each take, the atmosphere would be tense and people would say, ‘everyone gets away from the roads! are all the roads blocked!? She can crash the scooter, everyone, be careful!’ ”. She also said that director Harshvardhan Kulkarni would choose the toughest roads for her to ride the scooter on, “my director was such that he would choose the toughest of roads which has a big slope and he used to take long shots and I would drive badly. I thought of it as quite an adventure!”

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