Let us tell you that when the Central Government announced the nationwide lockdown last year, it also had a bad effect on the TV industry.
Many TV actors have come under the grip of Corona.
Coronavirus Cases in Maharashtra are constantly coming to the fore in Maharashtra. Despite adopting the Kovid-19 protocol, the TV industry has also not been untouched by this. Many actors in the TV industry have fallen prey to coronavirus. In such a situation, a very important step has been taken regarding the TV industry. The Maharashtra government has announced a complete lockdown on the weekend, so no serial shooting will take place during that time.
According to the ETimes report, producer and actor JD Majethia has asked Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray not to shoot on weekends after the April 4 meeting. Majithia told that this week they will monitor things well and if any problem comes, they will contact the state government if needed. Let us tell you that Majithia is the chairman of the Indian Films and Television Producers Council.
Shooting will not take place on Saturday and Sunday
Talking about the conversation with CM Uddhav Thackeray, Majithia said that the shooting of TV shows and daily soap cannot be done on Saturday and Sunday, as a full lockdown has been announced on weekends in the state. Production houses have been informed about the rules issued by the state government. According to that, he has started shooting his shows. This week they will manage. However, there are many serials that have already been shot for many episodes.
He further said that from next week we will see what will happen. We are happy that CM Uddhav Thackeray understood our problems and did not announce a complete lockdown for the entire week. Right now they have given us five days. At present, every broadcaster will have to make a strategy for their channel according to the situation how they will prepare their TV broadcasting schedule.
After this, Majithia said that I am very sure that everyone will have a plan regarding their channels, shows and their marketing. I am confident that everybody will come together on this issue and will make a proper plan soon.
Let us tell you that when the Central Government announced the nationwide lockdown last year, everyone sat in the house. The biggest impact of this lockdown was on those who work at the daily wages. There are many such people in the TV industry, whose survival is maintained only by shootings. The lockdown had a bad impact on the TV industry. Many artists even committed suicide due to depression and lack of work.
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