Film And TV Shoots In Mumbai Will Be Allowed If Daily COVID-19 Case Count Under Control: Maharashtra CM

bredcrumb

News

oi-PTI

By Pti

|

On
June
6,
Maharashtra
Chief
Minister
Uddhav
Thackeray
said
permissions
for
film
and
television
shootings
in
Mumbai
would
be
given
if
the
city’s
daily
Coronavirus
case
count
is
brought
under
control.
In
a
virtual
interaction
with
the
representatives
of
the
film
and
TV
industry,
he
appealed
to
them
to
cooperate
with
the
government
in
the
measures
being
taken
to
fight
the
pandemic.

TV & Film Shoots

“After
the
second
wave
of
COVID-19,
film
and
TV
shootings
were
stopped
in
the
state,
but
now
the
number
of
cases
have
started
getting
under
control
and
the
unlock
process
has
also
begun,” he
said.

TV Shootings Might Resume Soon In MumbaiTV
Shootings
Might
Resume
Soon
In
Mumbai

Thackeray
said
film
and
TV
producers
need
to
follow
all
COVID-19
safety
rules
and
take
precautions
during
the
shootings.

“We
should
ensure
that
we
do
not
get
knocked
down
by
the
virus,” he
said,
and
asked
the
entertainment
sector
to
cooperate
with
the
government
in
the
unlock
process.

Latest TRP Ratings: Anupamaa Regains 1st Spot; Indian Idol 12 Returns To Top 5Latest
TRP
Ratings:
Anupamaa
Regains
1st
Spot;
Indian
Idol
12
Returns
To
Top
5

Several
prominent
actors,
anchors
and
others
linked
to
the
entertainment
industry,
including
Aadesh
Bandekar,
Nitin
Vaidya,
Prashant
Damle,
Bharat
Jadhav,
Subodh
Bhave,
Amol
Kolhe,
J
D
Mathijia,
Amit
Behl,
Punit
Goenka,
Ajay
Bhalvankar,
Sangamon
Shirke,
Vijay
Kenkre,
Sharad
Ponkshe
and
Siddharth
Roy
Kapur
participated
in
the
meeting
with
the
CM.

Source link

Leave a Comment