Yami’s film ‘Bhoot Police’ is going to be released today, will be released on Disney Plus Hotstar
Mumbai, (IANS)| Actress Yami Gautam got a chance to visit her home state of Himachal Pradesh while shooting for her latest film “Bhoot Police”. Being born in the region and having a frequent romance with the mountains, the actress revealed how the experience of shooting the film re-established a sense of belonging with the mountains in her.
Yami told IANS, “We were shooting in tough weather conditions as it was quite cold. There were a lot of outdoor scenes and keeping in mind the light and the weather, we had to shoot a lot in a day. But I Was ready for all this. Because whenever I am in Himachal, I feel a sense of belonging. When I see sunrise, snow covered mountains, I feel the fact that I was born in Himachal. This is mine birthplace.”
“It is so spiritual to me that I feel that God is there in the silence, in the mountain, in the snow and I. I get the best hugs from Mother Nature. Finishing my shoot, when I look out the window from my car. When I used to look outside, I used to get tired. Bhoot Police is a horror-comedy directed by Pawan Kriplani, produced by Ramesh Taurani Akshay Puri and also starring Saif Ali Khan, Arjun Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez and Javed Jaffrey.
The film was shot last year when the unlock process began and following the COVID protocol, the cast and crew had to live in a bio-bubble. However, he added that instead of regretting not meeting my family during Diwali, I had celebrated with the team of ‘Bhoot Police’. Yami shared that “I arranged for the traditional ‘Pahari’ food, our ‘Pahari Dham’, which we eat during Diwali and it brings joy to all my co-stars and crew members and shared our ‘Pahari’ culture. Saif is a foodie and he enjoyed most of all our traditional food. We celebrated Diwali the ‘Pahadi’ way. On my birthday, which was a working birthday, Jacqueline threw me a surprise party Tried it and brought some beautiful gifts.”
The ‘Vicky Donor’ actress further added that “I was born in Himachal, grew up in Chandigarh. But I always used to go to Himachal because my relatives live there. I feel proud to be a Himachali, ‘Pahari’.” ‘Bhoot Police’ will release on Disney Plus Hotstar on September 10.