FWICE issues new guidelines for TV to Bollywood

The havoc of the corona is growing rapidly. Bollywood is also reeling under the new wave of the corona. So far, many big stars have been caught by the corona. In Mumbai, weekend lockdown and night curfew are affecting the shooting of films and TV serials on a large scale. Now, amidst all this, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had held a meeting with all the producers and directors of the industry and asked them to take all precautions during the shooting. Meanwhile, new steps are now going to be taken in the industry. In fact, the Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE), the largest institution in the industry, has issued new guidelines on shooting films, TV serials, and web shows, and today we are going to tell you the same guidelines.

New Guidelines-

- Crowded scenes and a large number of dance songs will not be shot.

- On shooting sets, people will have to wear masks continuously in all the offices related to production and post-production.

- Guidelines should be followed at sets and production-related places. A monitoring team has been constituted for this purpose.

- Penal action will be taken for violation of guidelines.

FWICE Talking to a well-known website, B.N. Tiwari said, "Due to corona, all kinds of steps have already been taken by the industry. But in view of the interaction with the State Government, we have taken these additional steps which are very important in view of the corona atmosphere."

He also said, "As per the guidelines of the State Government, the lockdown will be followed by the industry from 8 pm on Friday to 7 am on Monday and no shooting will be done during this period. Pre and post-production activities will also not be allowed during this period."

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