The versatile actress is known for her keenness to experiment on screen and she turns into an aged sharp shooter from rural Haryana in Saandh Ki Aankh, her next release. While she is promoting this film, Bhumi took time out to fly to Busan to attend the acclaimed Busan Film Festival in which her another film, Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitaare is competing. As an actor, Bhumi has won several awards already and in Busan she has won the ‘Face of Asia’ award. This award was conferred to her by a prominent film and fashion magazine in Korea.
The who’s who of Asian entertainment, show biz and allied industries attended this event, with over 150 filmmakers and celebrities turning up to raise a toast to young inspirers here at Busan. Accepting the award amidst huge applause here, Bhumi said, “I am humbled and very touched that my work has resonated with audiences and critics in Busan. It’s my first international win so I am very proud of it. I have aspired to act in films that have something important to say and have worked sincerely to deliver convincing performances. I hope to be part of brilliant cinema that will be liked and remembered fondly in future. I would want to thank my entire cast, my director Alankrita Shrivastava and my producers Ekta Kapoor and Ruchikaa Kapoor for this great opportunity.”