The actress, who debuted with the film opposite Ayushmann Khurrana, revealed in an interview that she felt she was being unfair to other aspirants without realising it. However, she also added that casting was not on her mind during the casting process.
Spilling some beans on the same, Bhumi reportedly said that she never had that thought about it. She was dedicated to her job and someone who takes a lot of pride in saying that. The actress added that she was so dedicated to what she was doing that there wasn’t once she thought she could do that better.
Elaborating further, Bhumi reportedly added that what she was doing simultaneously while conducting those auditions, was that she was playing those parts. Sometimes she was a 6-year-old child or an aged woman trying to extract performance out of them. So, everything was prep for her but the weird time was when she was auditioning girls for ‘Dum Laga Ke Haisha’. Because she was being auditioned simultaneously and that is when she thought that she was being unfair to those girls in any way because they have an equal opportunity.
Bhumi also went on to say that she can say with a lot of pride that it took her six years of working behind the camera to get her first film.
Meanwhile, on the work front, Bhumi will next be seen in ‘Badhaai Do’ where she will be sharing the screen space with none other than Rajkummar Rao. Apart from this, she is also a part of Aanand L Rai’s ‘Raksha Bandhan’ along with Akshay Kumar.