"Lust Stories" Star Bhumi Pednekar Plays It Wild On FHM Magazine Cover
Nagini Shree |Sep 10, 2019
"Living young, wild and free!" Toilet: Ek Prem Katha actress Bhumi Pednekar set the Internet on fire with her seductive look on the renowned magazine.
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Bollywood actress Bhumi Pednekar swooned into movies with a rather unconventional role in Dum Laga Ke Haisha (2015). The talented actress was even awarded the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut for her maiden act that year.
Then being appreciated for her splendid performances in movies like Toilet - Ek Prem Katha and Shubh Mangal Saavdhan, the Lust Stories actress is one of the most promising actresses in the B-Town.
She recently featured on the cover of FHM magazine and oh boy it's hard to take eyes off her wide yet stylish beauty. Bhumi is looking super hot and her sultry expressions would definitely make any guy go weak in his knees. While her styling is truly commendable for the photoshoot, we like the way she's carrying herself.
On the main cover of FHM magazine, Bhumi can be seen wearing a light blue flower printed jacket paired up with blue denim. The matching lacy bralette certainly raised the hotness quotient. Ditching accessory, the diva let her outfit do the talking. She rounded out her chilling look with minimal makeup, purple lipstick and kept her hair open.
''Wild & Free'' read the front shot as the Lust Stories star turned cover girl for FHM's September month issue.
In another yet intriguing picture, she dressed to kill in a black top paired up with an off-white jacket and red pointed-toe stilettos.
Bhumi kept it sexy yet stylish as she posed sensuously in a strappy turquoise playsuit.
During the interview with FHM magazine, the gorgeous beauty spilled the beans on her bold character, her fitness regime and more. Playing a maid in a secret relationship with the employer in Netflix anthology film Lust Stories was a fearless move for her.
"I have always tried to look at the path where I can challenge myself. Also, the way Zoya has scripted the thought and the platform she chose was the best way to showcase the entire story. So, when Lust Stories came to me and I read the script, the girl and the character excited me a lot."
Talking about the best and worst parts of being a star in the showbiz, the actress revealed she cherishes most the love that she receives from her fans but a lot of baseless rumours that come up, but she has eventually learned to deal with them.
When asked about the actor she is dying to work with next, Bhumi revealed it was Ranbir Kapoor.
"I really want to work with Ranbir Kapoor because he is such a phenomenal performer. I really feel his talent is outstanding. So, I think it would be great fun working with him because of the kind of films he does are very hardcore."
Well, the actress who once weighed 94 kgs looks nothing like that anymore. She has shed all her extra kilos to the wind and has turned into a glam diva. Weight loss journeys are always very drastic but her's was entirely shocking!
"I try to work out six days a week. As far as my food is concerned, I try to eat as clean as possible. I intake very low carbs and my meals are very wholesome. I try not to eat after 7’o clock depending on what my schedule is like. One thing I have constantly done since my weight loss journey is that once I wake up I go for a walk, whether it is for 20 minutes or two hours."
On the work front, Bhumi Pednekar has joined the team of Pati Patni Aur Woh-remake in Lucknow. The actor plays the role of the wife to Kartik Aaryan's character in the film and she’s expecting a great time shooting for the film.
Pednekar is also pairing with Ayushmann Khurrana for the third time after Dum Laga Ke Haisha (2015) and Shubh Mangal Savdhaan (2017). This time, they will be starring in the next film of director Amar Kaushik's Bala which is on societal stereotypes.