Samyukta Singh: It Felt good to watch a film on the big screen post-Covid

Samyukta Singh: It Felt good to watch a film on the big screen post-Covid

It was a fun-filled evening for actress Samyukta Singh last night as she attended the premiere of the latest film Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2. What made it even better was the fact that she got to meet and connect with her friends from the industry as well as step out with her family members.

“The screening was at PVR Juhu and was a lot of fun. It was also my brother-in-law’s birthday and this was the perfect way to celebrate it. It actually felt so good to be watching a movie on the big screen, post Covid. I have really missed that. And, of course, meeting everyone was also amazing,” says the actress who got a chance to hang out with her contemporaries such as Pallavi Joshi, Prem Soni, Uroosa, Krishan Kumar, Tanya Singh Kumar, Natasha Singh, Shubhra Bhardwaj, Ratna Sinha, Dabboo Ratnani, Ashley Rebello and Kunika Singh.

She adds, “Everyone was very happy as we were all at a screening after so long it was more like a reunion.” Talking about the film, the actress cannot stop raving about it! “It was fabulous! Kartik Aaryan is a great actor and he is absolutely super in this film. I have always loved to watch Tabu on screen and her performance is brilliant in this film as well,” she says. 


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