Bhediya star Kriti Sanon reveals the one thing she dislikes about Varun Dhawan
Kriti Sanon revealed that her Bhediya co-star Varun Dhawan does not bother using words like 'hi' and 'hello' while conversing on the phone. She said that she finds the habit to be annoying.
- Kriti Sanon revealed that her Bhediya co-star Varun Dhawan does not bother using words like 'hi' and 'hello' while talking on the phone.
- She said that she finds the habit to be annoying.
- Bhediya is set to open in theatres on November 25.
By India Today Web Desk: Kriti Sanon will soon be seen alongside Varun Dhawan in Bhediya, one of the most eagerly-awaited movies of the year. The film has piqued the curiosity of fans with its gripping posters and hilarious trailer. During the promotions of Bhediya, Kriti opened up about working with Varun and said that he has one particular habit that she finds 'annoying'. Bhediya is a horror-comedy, directed by Amar Kaushik.
KRITI SANON REVEALS VARUN DHAWAN'S 'ANNOYING' HABIT
Actress Kriti Sanon, who garnered attention with her hit number Thumkeshwari from Bhediya, has revealed that Varun Dhawan does not use common greetings such as 'hi' or 'hello' while beginning a conversation over the phone. The Mimi star said that she finds this habit to be quite 'annoying'.
."Something that annoys me a bit, is when Varun talks on the phone there is no hi, hello, nothing. Secondly, always when he keeps the phone down there’s a subtle distraction. He doesn’t say bye, only ‘Okay I’ll just call you back haan.’ And the call never comes! It’s a very detached conversation at the beginning and the end. Like, sometimes, he won’t say bye and he will just vanish, (sic)" she said.
ALL ABOUT BHEDIYA
Bhediya, meanwhile, is touted to be a potential game-changer for the industry. It features Varun Dhawan in the role of a werewolf. Going by the trailer, it is going to be a spooky yet hilarious affair with plenty of one-liners. The film is produced by Dinesh Vijan. Bhediya is set to open in theatres on November 25, a week after Ajay Devgn's Drishyam 2.