Bhediya Twitter review: Netizens call Varun Dhawan ‘lifeline’ of creature drama, hail horror-comedy combo


Bhediya Twitter review: Varun Dhawan, Kriti Sanon starrer horror-comedy Bhediya released to much fanfare, and the first reports of the film are out. Several of Dhawan’s fans went to watch his latest movie during the first-day-first show, and they posted their reviews on Twitter.

Maddock’s latest film is the third film in the horror comedy genre after Stree and Roohi. Bhediya is also part of an extended horror universe where Shraddha Kapoor’s character of Varun and Stree share the screen space.

Let’s take a look at the reactions

While promoting Bhediya, Varun Dhawan accepted that South films are overtaking Hindi films at the box office of a recent event and said Bollywood should take inspiration from the pan-Indian success of Rishab Shetty’s Kantara, Yash star KGF Chapter 2 and Kamal Haasan led Vikram. .

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Speaking at the India Today conclave, the October star said, “I know it sounds really easy right now because the Hindi movies are getting their a**es kicked right now. So maybe it’s a good time and an easy answer for me to say that “I have always wanted to make films in Telugu, Tamil and Bhediya is also going to be released in Telugu and Tamil. It’s a great time for all the filmmakers, engineers and actors, everyone to come together.”

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Varun even added that we should be celebrating the fact that Indian films are doing wonders all over the world compared to India’s campaign in the ongoing T20 World Cup. He added: “Indian films are doing really well. If they are playing for the World Cup, everyone is playing an Indian there whether he is from South or North India. If Kantara is doing really well or KGF 2 or Vikram then they should we take inspiration from these films and try to collaborate with each other. It is best for Indian films to grow now.” Bhediya is directed by Stree and Bala director Amar Kaushik and produced by Dinesh Vijan under the banner of Maddock Films.

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