Those heading to the theatres to catch Varun Dhawan’s ‘Bhediya’ this weekend, take note, the film has a post-credit scene!
Fans who watched the first shows on Friday, took to Twitter to give other moviegoers a heads-up. “Don’t Forget to watch Post Credit scene in #Bhediya,” read viral tweets.
Shortly after word spread of the post-credit scene, fans who left the theatres during the credit roll asked with crying emojis, “There’s a post credit scene in #Bhediya?”
Going by a fan’s post, “The post credit scene is gold!”
There’s a post credit scene in #Bhediya ?
— Fatinaz (@Fatinaz13) 1669363600000
Another said, “Sabse zyada maza post credit me aata hai.”
Without revealing any spoilers of the scene in question, a fan revealed in a tweet, “This movie is directly connected with Stree movie… Don’t miss the post credit scene.”
See all the tweets below:
Stay back for post credit scene #Bhediya … Thank me later
— GameOver (@aslihitmonkey) 1669348155000
#Bhediya dekha aaj, movie ko bahut kheecha gaya hai, if 30min kam hoti to maza aata. Jitne bhi funny scenes hain wo… https://t.co/KDLTZEaxLV
— DesiNerd (@iamDesiNerd) 1669360449000
Don’t Forget to watch Post Credit scene in #Bhediya it’s a good connect..#Bhediyareview
— Rehan Mansuri (@RehanMansuri01) 1669358049000
#Bhediya best thriller, horror, comedy of the year…This movie is directly connects with Stree movie.. Don’t mis… https://t.co/L2N4gbfbOW
— karan kumar kaulik (@karan52045673) 1669371445000
#Bhediya 2.5 There’s no Horror, Below average Comedy, unnecessary gyaan on nature & north east stereotype, VFX… https://t.co/20dmOEd0MB
— R U M I (@iMalfoyRKF) 1669357452000
#Bhediya has maaaaad insane humor. Except for one poop scene, and two bad wigs everything in the movie works. Varun… https://t.co/rjn2eKBE6L
— Sarita Tanwar (@SaritaTanwar) 1669361768000
With this film, Dinesh Vijan is all set to expand his horror-comedy universe, this time with Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon in the lead roles. Varun plays the role of a shape-shifting wolf in the movie directed by Amar Kaushik which is based on ancient Arunachali folklore. Source