Priyanka Chopra Poses With A Face Shield; Describes What 'Shooting A Movie Looks Like In 2020'

Priyanka Chopra is back on the sets of her next film and keeping the pandemic in mind, she is taking due precaution and following all the guidelines set to be safe from Coronavirus

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Priyanka Chopra Poses With A Face Shield; Describes What 'Shooting A Movie Looks Like In 2020'
Priyanka Chopra is a busy bee. She has been working on her next projects despite the pandemic. Recently, she described how it is like shooting for a project amidst the pandemic. Even though the stars have started to work again and are back on sets, it has not been easy for anyone. Following the guidelines and working will minimal help has been a task for all. PeeCee in her latest post has described how it is to shoot for a movie in the year 2020 with safety measures being taken on the sets. She also shared a picture of her that sees her in a face shield.

In the caption, Priyanka described, "What shooting a movie looks like in 2020. Daily testing, face shields, and masks on hand. This was taken after hair and makeup where we wait right before we shoot, in a secure distanced zone. And masks on in between all shots!! Staying safe is part of getting the job done✌️protect yourself and everyone around you. Stay positive! test negative!"

Indeed, Coronavirus has made life difficult for all. Check out Priyanka Chopra's post below:

Priyanka Chopra will next be seen in We Can Be Heroes - a kids classic directed by Robert Rodriguez. It will release on OTT Platform, Netflix on New Year's. Apart from this, she will also be seen in The White Tiger along with Rajkummar Rao. The film will release in 2021. The actress will also be seen in The Matrix 4 with Keanu Reeves. (Also Read: Bajirao Mastani Completes Five Years: Five Things We Absolutely Loved About Priyanka Chopra's Fierce Kashi Bai Avatar)

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