In the latest episode of the talk show #NoFilterNeha, host Neha Dhupia will be talking to actor Bhumi Pednekar. The actor, who is basking in the praises for her latest movie ‘Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare’ has talked about her days during this pandemic.
When the host asked her how she was dealing with the viral infections and lockdown, the actor says, “Honestly, I have my days, there are some days that are really really good, there are some days that I just wanna like get out of my house. You know I had these great summer plans but then I think about it I’m like “Bhumi your problems are so first world, get a grip of your life, and just be thankful that you are in this safe space with your family. They are safe and you know as actors, we are one of the few people that still have their shop rolling, you know, let’s be real. And that’s very rare and we are very blessed.” She further added She added, “So honestly, what’s really kept me sane is all the work that I do apart from my film and digital work. I work a lot, for planet conservation; I work with this Aashram in Chambal. So that has really kept me grounded, the kind of work that I’ve done over the last 2 months, where both these institutions of mine are concerned, has been tremendous and ya it’s really given me a new purpose.”
The actor, while talking about how much she misses going out and shooting and how she hasn’t been able to go home since her debut, says “In some ways. I miss shooting. But generally, I’ll tell you what, I’m really enjoying this time off. I have not been home since 2016. I have been shooting back to back, ‘Dum Laga Ke Haisha’ released, I took about 6 months off, and then I started shooting. And this is literally, the legit the first break that I have. It’s a madhouse ok, my house is a madhouse because we are literally like including my help, Nimisha, my sister, my mum, we are like 6 women in our house.”
Bhumi Pednekar will be seen next in the horror-thriller film ‘Durgavati’ directed by G. Ashok, which is a remake of the Telugu movie ‘Bhaagamathie.’