This was Bhumi Pednekar's debut film, and she received widespread acclaim for her portrayal of an overweight newlywed woman. She plays Sandhya, an overweight woman married to prem. The film revolves around their chronicles of accepting each other.
In this social comedy-drama, Bhumi played the role of Jaya, a village woman who leaves her husband due to the absence of a toilet in their home. The film addresses the issue of open defecation in rural India and received critical acclaim for its message and performances.
In this gritty crime drama set in the Chambal valley, Bhumi played the role of Indumati, an oppressed village woman. The film received critical acclaim for its realistic portrayal of dacoits and their struggles.
Bhumi, along with Taapsee Pannu, portrayed the real-life characters of Chandro and Prakashi Tomar, two elderly women sharpshooters from Uttar Pradesh. Their performances were highly praised, and the film received acclaim for its inspiring narrative.
Bhumi starred alongside Ayushmann Khurrana in this comedy-drama that tackles the sensitive topic of erectile dysfunction. Her performance as Sugandha, a supportive partner dealing with her fiancé's condition was praised by critics and audiences alike.
Bhumi Pednekar plays the role of Renu Sharma who is an on-duty doctor and the only voice of reason in the film. She plays girlfriend to Rajkumar Rao in the film about the suffering of migraint workers during Covid-19 Pandemic.
Bhumi Plays Kanika who experiences sexual satisfaction for the first time at her engagement party by a stranger who is not her fiance. However, she must find out who her mysterious lover is who could satisfy her.