February 27 holds a special place in Bhumi Pednekar’s life as his first film “Dum Laga Ke Haisha” was released on the same day seven years ago.
Reflecting on her journey, Bhumi said: “Dum Laga Ke Haisha (DLKH) was a turning point in my career. In retrospect, I am very fortunate to have this film as my first appearance as it is so difficult having one with the right Way to project cutting-edge films of women, and DLKH making a bold statement about body positivity! Movies like this don’t happen every day, and I’d like to thank Maneesh Sharma, Sharat Katariya, Aditya Chopra and whole team wants to trust me This beautiful character, who has now become a role model for women in film. ”
“DLKH proved me not only as an actor and performer, but as a woman trying to redefine feminism through her work. I’ve always believed that I became an actor with a purpose – to be a great movie part of playing great women on the screen and aiming to change the perception of society of women. DLKH gave me the confidence to move forward with this ideal in my head and my work today is testament to that. This is the most special film of my life and I owe DLKH all for showing me that dreams become fate, “he added.
Speaking of Bhumi’s current project, he recently completed “Bhakshak”. She will also share screen space with Akshay Kumar in Raksha Bandhan.