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Film Bodies Request CM Uddhav Thackeray to allow Post Production, and set building during 15 day curfew

Film Bodies Request CM Uddhav Thackeray to allow Post Production, and set building during 15 day curfew

A 15-day Janta Curfew has been forced in the province of Maharashtra which started the evening of April 14. In the midst of this, few film bodies like IMPPA, IFTDA, FWICE, and CINTAA have kept in touch with the Chief Minister of Maharashtra mentioning a couple of consents and activities that be permitted during the progressing Janta Curfew limitation. During the check-in time, the state govt rules referenced that a wide range of shoot and after creation movement will likewise not be permitted.

In the letter to the CM, the film bodies asked that after creation work in a shut climate be permitted so the substance can be altered for broadcasting. They additionally mentioned setting work ought to be permitted with the goal that makers don't confront misfortunes. They additionally said that individuals occupied with the set structure will remain at the set and follow all
safety measures.

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They further mentioned that the monetary bundle reported for day-by-day breadwinners ought to likewise be reached out to the M&E laborers, experts, and entertainers. They likewise asked that if conceivable immunization communities at the Film city and in Mira-Bhayander district, taking into account Film and TV laborers ought to be set up.


The new rules in the province of Maharashtra have prompted a stop in the shoot of huge movies like Shah Rukh Khan starrer Pathan, Salman Khan starrer Tiger 3, and even Adipurush.

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