The audience is eagerly waiting for Saif Ali Khan's film 'Bhoot Police'. Meanwhile, on Monday, Saif's wife and Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan has increased the eagerness of the audience about this film. Actually, the first look of Saif Ali Khan's 'Bhoot Police' has been released, which was shared by Kareena Kapoor Khan on her Instagram account.
Saif Ali Khan's very intense look is seen in the Bhoot Police First Look poster. In the poster, you will see that Saif is holding a sketch in his hand, which is shows his character to be very fierce. However, if you look into their eyes, then you can spot a demonic look in them. Saif is wearing a leather jacket. A long black shirt is worn under the jacket. Also, there is a strange-looking chain on the neck.
Sharing the first look poster of Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan wrote in the caption – "Don't be afraid of the paranormal and feel safe with Vibhuti." To make this caption a little funny, Kareena has written Saif in English instead of the spelling Safe. After the release of this poster, Saif's fans are giving different reactions to it. Saif's fans have liked his new avatar a lot.
Here's the Bhoot Police first look shared by Saif Ali Khan -
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Let us tell you that this Bhoot Police is a horror-comedy thriller film, which was shot last year in Himachal Pradesh. In addition to Saif Ali Khan, Arjun Kapoor, Yami Gautam, Jacqueline Fernandez will also be seen in pivotal roles in this film. Directed by Pawan Kriplani, the film will release on Disney Plus Hotstar.
The entire team is very excited about this film. Arjun Kapoor is extremely charged up as well because this is Arjun Kapoor's first horror-comedy film. Expressing his curiosity, in an interview given to a leading daily, Arjun Kapoor said "I am very excited about Bhoot Police. To do comedy, co-actors play each other, and this is a genre that is new to me as an actor. I am really glad that I experimented with it. I think it is extremely vital to make people laugh."