Actor Akshay Kumar and filmmaker R Balki grew to become the first to shoot throughout a lockdown. On Monday, they together with their crew shot for a government-approved advert to create consciousness about post-lockdown duties. The shoot was held at Mumbai’s Kamalistan studio. 

Shootings of movies and TV tasks had come to a halt per week earlier than the nationwide lockdown. Reportedly, the shoot included minimal crew and all of them adopted the pointers set by the authorities. 

Talking to a each day R Balki mentioned that the advert is for the well being ministry about our publish lockdown duties. He mentioned that they obtained used to taking pictures with social distancing, sanitised out of doors units, disinfectant screens, masks and extra inside minutes. 

Meanwhile, filmmakers have requested the Chief Minister of Maharashtra to permit taking pictures to resume with essential precautions in place. The Producers Guild of India has additionally drafted new protocols for the movie and TV trade, which can be adopted as soon as they obtain a go-ahead from Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.

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