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Bhumi Pednekar and Rajkummar Rao share their own 'Pawri Ho Rahi Hai' video to announce schedule wrap of 'Badhaai Do'

Bhumi Pednekar and Rajkummar Rao are avid social media users and enjoy a massive fan following out there. The duo recently wrapped up the filming schedule of their upcoming film 'Badhaai Do'. Taking to their respective Instagram handles, Bhumi and Rajkummar Rao shared their own viral 'Pawri Ho Rahi Hai' video featuring the director of the film Harshavardhan Kulkarni and the cast and crew of the movie to announce the wrap up of the Uttarakhand schedule of the film. While the actress captioned the video as, 'Where's the pawri tonight? On #BadhaaiDo sets! Schedule wrap hua hai. Badhaaiyaan toh banti hai na phir! #pawrihorahihai', Rajkummar Rao shared the same video and captioned it, 'Pawri toh...Pawri toh...Pawri toh banti hai because it's a wrap for the Uttarakhand schedule of #BadhaaiDo! #pawrihorahihai'. Well, talking about the film 'Badhaai Do', it is a part of the same franchise as 'Badhaai Ho' which released in the year 2018 starring Ayushmann Khurrana and turned out to be successful at the box office winning several awards. 'Badhaai Do' will feature Rajkummar in the role of a cop and Bhumi in the role of a PT teacher. Director Harshavardhan Kulkarni recently opened up on casting Rajkummar and Bhumi in the film and said, 'Their characters are unique in that they incorporate comedy, certain goofiness and display some quirks. I could see only Raj and Bhumi playing them.' Well, both the actors have been giving a glimpse of the film shoot on social media and raising the excitement level of their fans. Recently, actor Rajkummar Rao's look from the film had gone viral on social media as he shared a behind the scene picture of himself from the film set on his Instagram handle in which he was seen enjoying a game of cricket, donning a moustache as he captioned it as, 'In between shots. Playing cricket on the ground is a different fun...'

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