Hygiene Issues Need To Be Strictly Followed While Working On The Set, Says Tota Roy Choudhury

Feluda Pherot web series, directed by Srijit Mukherji, the title song has been released soon. Parambratra Chattopadhyay was last seen in the role of Feluda

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Hygiene Issues Need To Be Strictly Followed While Working On The Set, Says Tota Roy Choudhury
The state governments are giving some relaxation during the lockdown for bringing back the economy. The West Bengal government has allowed post-production works like editing, dubbing and mixing. But there is still no news on when the shooting of the films or serials will start again. 

Sharing his thoughts on the same, Feluda Pherot actor Tota Roy Choudhury said, “Now many things will change. People have to follow many other rules in which hygiene will be on priority. On the sets we need follow hygiene issues. There should be separate makeup brush for every actors. A lot protocols must be there now.”


Feluda Pherot series will feature two stories. The 'Feluda Returns' series is set to be created for AdaTimes. Parambratra Chattopadhyay was last seen in the role of Feluda in the series that was created in AdaTimes.


Srijit Mukherji had written, “I have made 17 films till now. Will possibly make a few more. But on the last day of #FeludaPherot shoot, can't help but reflect that in making this possibly I have enjoyed myself the most. And it is not merely because I have pined to make it for long. The real reason is that every day of the shoot, a thin, innocent 15-year-old boy used to sit beside me at the monitor. Approving, disapproving, raising eyebrows, smiling, chiding and patting our back as we sought to bring the pages alive. He brought back memories of another day - the smell of a freshly printed Feluda book, the excitement of reading it for the first time, travelling with the trio. And as soon as I said Pack up for one last time, the boy vanished. Maybe he will be back next season.”


Image Source:- Instagram/totaroychoudhury
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