Shooting, which has been closed for a long time due to Corona virus lockdown, has started. The Government of Maharashtra has given permission to start shooting the film, but has also issued guidelines from the Government. Now the film makers and the people shooting are required to follow these guidelines. There is a point in these guidelines, due to which many makers have objections and they want to relax it.
According to this point, people over 65 years of age are prohibited from going on film shooting sets. In such a situation, many veteran actors of the film industry cannot shoot right now and due to this many projects are stalled and their shooting work is not starting. Now the Cine and TV Artists Association has met the Governor of Maharashtra, Bhagat Singh Koshyari and discussed this point.
According to the report of Bollywood Hungama, after meeting the Governor, Senior Vice President of CINTAA Manoj Joshi said, ‘He informed His Excellency the Governor about the senior citizens whose families depend on him for livelihood. At the same time, he spoke to the Governor on the issue of continuity and told that now producers can also not replace artists. Joshi said, ‘The governor listened carefully to us. It was a good 40-minute meeting. He was very positive and assured that he would help us in every way possible. They have also received the letter sent on our behalf.
CINTAA has also sent this letter to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis. Shooting of the film was stopped before the lockdown, but now from June 1, shooting has been granted following the guidelines.