Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar has announced new rules for shooting films (TV) and TV shows during the current conditions.
Mumbai. The people of the entertainment industry are leaving for work in the era of the situation arising due to the Coronavirus epidemic. Where the shooting of films which have been closed for months on one side (Shooting) has started once again. On the other hand, new episodes of TV shows are also being shot. During this, many precautions are being taken, but the danger remains constant. At the same time, new rules have been issued for the shooting of films and TV shows. Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar announced Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to resume the production of films and television serials.
Prakash Javadekar issued these rules today i.e. on 23 August. During this, he said that the SOP has been finalized after consulting the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Home Affairs. He said that shooting for films and TV serials can be started based on the guidelines issued given Coronavirus infection.
Sharing the details of the SOP, he said that except for those who work in front of the camera, the remaining people have to apply masks. Javadekar hoped that with the release of SOP, not only will the shooting of films and serials start again but it will also generate employment. Significantly, after the outbreak of infection, the shooting of films and TV serials was banned.
Talk about shooting films, these days actors like Aamir Khan and Akshay Kumar have started shooting for their upcoming projects. For this, they have reached abroad too. Apart from this, the shooting of many TV shows has also started with the necessary precautions. When Kapil Sharma started shooting for his show months later, he also shared a video of precautions such as sanitization, social distancing, and medical checkups on the set of the show.