65-year-old or above actors get permission to resume shooting

Aug 07 2020 04:14 PM
65-year-old or above actors get permission to resume shooting

There have been many changes in the lifestyle due to Corona. Meanwhile, the Bombay High Court, in a special judgment, allowed 65 year or above actors to resume shooting and other work. The suspicion has also ended with Amitabh Bachchan's involvement in the shooting of the upcoming season of 'Kaun Banega Crorepati'. The High Court has done this at the behest of an association of decision-makers.

Due to COVID-19, the shooting of films, serials and web series in Mumbai was stalled for almost a hundred days. When the shooting started again, on the basis of the recommendations of the film organizations, the Maharashtra government also issued guidelines and restricted 65 years or above actors to continue shooting. The case has reached the court when celebs and workers' organizations have not agreed to it.

In addition to the plaintiff Pramod Pandey, the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association, a body of directors, also filed a plea. After a long hearing, the Bombay High Court pronounced its decision on Friday. The court said that no such prohibition can be imposed on the basis of age, and the guidelines will be issued to all businessmen in this regard, no restriction can be imposed on any class. After this decision of the court, the film and serial actors are relieved.

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