After nearly three months of complete closure, the entertainment industry started shooting several TV and film productions on its feet from June. Taapsee Pannu has also returned to a set five and a half months after being at home, and she says there is a constant fear. While continuing, she says, "When we decided to come to the set and start shooting, we all explained to our minds that there was a beginning somewhere. It's a virus, not a dinosaur that you can keep locked in the door. The WHO says it's not going out of our lives after two years, so will we not work for just two years? "
The actress, who completed the shooting of her Tamil film on the outskirts of Jaipur, believes that sitting at home and thinking about the situation does not solve all the problems about the epidemic. She continued saying, "All we can do is be careful about our habits and hygiene and all, and we don't have to do anything that will aggravate our troubles."
When asked, does the shrinking of the virus and the ban on sets hinder the creative and free flow process of acting? As actors, we already have to put a lot of things aside that are happening in our lives – our personal cases – when we step into a character in front of a camera," Taapsee replies. This will probably be just another thing that we have to put aside before we start acting in front of the camera. Talking about her experience of shooting during the epidemic, she says it was spontaneous. "We were shooting in a secluded place. The unit had handled the entire space and had a very limited crew. The place was also accessible only to the crew. It was a controlled script, film and atmosphere so it went well.