Once the safety is ensured, Mumbai Saga will start shooting for the first time - Showbiz Dhamaka

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Jun 1, 2020

Once the safety is ensured, Mumbai Saga will start shooting for the first time

Once the safety is ensured, Mumbai Saga will start shooting for the first time

It is immediately known that the Maharashtra government has allowed producers to take security measures and resume shooting of their films and shows after the approval of the concerned authorities. The lip-producers of resumption of the shooting of films will only apply for the approval of the MD of Film City in case of shooting in Mumbai and for this reason, the District Collector has applied for any shoot beyond Dahsar.

Well, while many of the twigs stopped in the middle, the lockdown left the patch job for several others. We hear that Ajay Devgn, Sonakshi Sinha, Sanjay Dutt starrer Bhoj: The Pride of India, John Abraham's Mumbai Saga, and Amitabh Bachchan starrer Jund are going to be the primary for the resumption of shooting. Although Bhuj still has limited shooting days left, the patchwork in Jhand and Mumbai Saga is yet to be completed. As the uncertainty increased, we came to a curved T-series with many projects in the pipeline.

Bhushan Kumar, Chairman, and Director, T-Series, said, "We are grateful to our government and authorities for allowing us to start shooting for the film. My co-producer and I are keen to plan for the shooting and take precautionary measures." Trying and Safety - Health comes first. We are planning to start shooting films that require immediate patchwork or a limited shooting day. But we only have one occasion. Attend the shoot and we are satisfied and confident with the location of the shoot and the environment is completely safe for the cast and crew to add if there is one. "

Well, the show business has certainly welcomed this new development that has given everyone a sigh of relief. According to the guidelines, the shoot can be resumed with only 33% of the crew members and accommodation on campus, if possible.

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