Amidst growing cases of Kovid-19, Maharashtra government banned film and TV shooting

<पी शैली ="पाठ-संरेखित करें: औचित्य;"> The Maharashtra government has announced that shooting of films, TV serials and advertisements in the state will be postponed from Wednesday evening as per the guidelines related to banning corona virus cases. Announced by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray & lsquo; Break the chain & rsquo; Under the order, the guidelines will come into force across the state from 8 am on Wednesday, May 1.

The current order prohibits shooting that was conducted to take precautionary measures, such as repeated Kovid investigations and to avoid crowd scenes.

Federation of Western India Cine Employees President BN Tiwari said that the state government’s decision & lsquo; Big shock & rsquo; As

Tiwari & lsquo; PTI-language & rsquo; Told, & lsquo; & lsquo; Let us work. Film and TV shooting is done with extreme caution, in compliance with all government directives. But the complete ban on shooting is a setback. We are writing a letter to the Chief Minister requesting him to allow shooting. & rsquo; & rsquo;

According to him, megastar Amitabh Bachchan’s & lsquo; Goodbye & rsquo; Shahrukh Khan’s & lsquo; Pathan & rsquo; And Salman Khan’s & lsquo; Tiger 3 & rsquo; Shooting of many major films will be affected, including

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