Explore Bhoot Police Cast and the Entire Plot

Horror Comedy Bhoot Police is set to premiere on Disney+ Hotstar’s digital screens. The film promises laughs and jump scares and is set to hit theatres this year. On Monday, the film’s producers and Kareena Kapoor Khan shared Saif Ali Khan’s first look at the film. Pawan Kirpalani directed the film, co-produced by Ramesh S. Taurani and Akshai Puri. The film’s poster was released in late February. Arjun Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan, and Yami Gautam play the lead roles in the movie. The film’s ensemble cast has gotten much attention since its announcement. Here’s everything we know about the Bhoot Police cast.

Saif Ali Khan as Vibhooti:

Saif Ali Khan as Vibhooti

Kareena Kapoor took to Twitter to share the first look of her husband, Saif Ali Khan. Khan appears on the poster wearing a leather jacket and a locket with a ghost-ridding locket. He also carries an unusual weapon. This will be Saif’s first film with Arjun Kapoor. According to Kareena Kapoor’s Instagram post, his character in the movie is named Vibhooti. “Don’t be afraid of the paranormal and feel like Saif with VIBHOOTI,” Kapoor captioned the poster. “I am delighted to have Saif and Arjun come together for this entertaining feature,” Kriplani told The Indian Express of working with Saif Ali Khan and Arjun Kapoor. “Both will appear in this film, bringing their signature sense of humor to the fresh new alter egos they will play.”

Yami Gautam Dhar as Maya:

Yami Gautam Dhar as Maya
Yami Gautam’s Instagram post to announce the completion of filming for the film. She was seen cutting a cake to commemorate the occasion while tagging her film co-stars. Meanwhile, Jacqueline responded to the post, stating they still needed to shoot one more scene. Yami will also appear in A Thursday, a thriller produced by RSVP Movies and Blue Monkey Films and directed by Ronnie Screwvala. The actor was recently due to an ED summons for her involvement in a money case. Gautam will also be seen in Dasvi, where she will play Bimla Devi.

Bhoot Police has a new cast:

Bhoot Police has a new cast
The film was announced in 2019 with a cast that included Saif Ali Khan, Ali Fazal, and Fatima Sana Shaikh. However, in 2020, the model was changed to include Arjun Kapoor, Yami Gautam, and Jacqueline Fernandez. Fatima responded to the replacement by claiming that the film had switched production houses, which resulted in the change. “It was originally with Fox Star Hindi, but now with another production house.” That was a significant shift. “Things aren’t that serious, and I’m not upset,” Fatima said, according to the DNA report. The film’s production began in November and was completed on February 5. The cast flew to spots such as Jaisalmer and Dharamshala to film.

The Beginning Plotline of Bhoot Police:

Beginning Plotline of Bhoot Police
Vibhooti and Chiraunji, two brothers who run an exorcist business, travel all over the country. They are well-known as Ullat Baba and his sons, despite knowing nothing about supernatural beings or exorcism and surviving solely on people’s superstitions. The film begins with them arriving in a Rajasthan village to perform an exorcism on a young girl her late grandfather possessed. Vibhooti, on the other hand, quickly realizes that the girl was faking the possession to which she admits. Her parents, it turns out, pressured her to marry when she desired to continue her research. The brothers agree to assist her, and despite Chiraunji’s opposition to his brother’s illicit methods, the duo accomplishes a bogus exorcism.

The Ending Plotline of Bhoot Police:

Ending Plotline of Bhoot Police
Chiraunji realizes, thanks to his father’s knowledge, that Kichkandi is Titli’s mother, and that they were both killed by the British owners of the land, Kichkandi being burned alive and Titli being shot while waiting for her mother. Kichkandi is on the lookout for her daughter. The brothers assist Titli and Kichkandi in reuniting, and the spirits vanish into the sky. Maya and Kanika both realize their feelings for Chiraunji and Vibhooti. The screen goes black, and the song “Aayi Aayi Bhoot Police” begins to play. Then we see Chedilal on the phone with an unknown person, who asks him if the Bhoot Police Department is willing to take on a case involving ghouls and zombies.

In the film, Saif Ali Khan and Arjun Kapoor play two brothers who hunt and exterminate ghosts and spirits for money. Bhoot Police is more funny than scary, but it suffers from poor casting and an acute lack of Pankaj Tripathi. Bhoot Police is the most recent installment in Bollywood’s ongoing fascination with the horror-comedy genre. While it isn’t as sharp as Saif’s Go Goa Gone, Bhoot Police is still a mildly amusing film with unexpected emotion. However, its reliance on cliches – everything from projectile vomit and ghouls to a creepy and haunted forest – prevents it from ever being more than a mediocre film aimed at satisfying the crowds.