Ekta Kapoor's Kumkum Bhagya, Pavitra Bandhan, Kundali Bhagya, Naagin Go On Floors; Producer Gives Live Updates From Freshly-Sanitized Sets

As TV shoots in Mumbai begin amid the Coronavirus outbreak, Ekta Kapoor shares a glimpse her shows like Kumkum Bhagya and Naagin among others going on floors with all the safety precautions

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Ekta Kapoor's Kumkum Bhagya, Pavitra Bandhan, Kundali Bhagya, Naagin Go On Floors; Producer Gives Live Updates From Freshly-Sanitized Sets
Our day without some of the most loved and watched Ekta Kapoor daily soap operas are quite incomplete. Well, thanks to the Coronavirus lockdown, viewers were deprived of all the latest episodes as shootings had come to a halt. However, now, the state government has issued permission to resume all the TV shoots with fresh guidelines, keeping everyone's safety in mind. A lot of popular TV shows have finally gone on floors and the list also includes Ekta Kapoor's Pavitra Bandhan, Kumkum Bhagya, Kundali Bhagya and Naagin. Taking to her Instagram story, the TV czarina shared glimpses.

The collage shared by Ekta Kapoor is a compilation of all the latest pictures from her show's sets post the lockdown. Some snaps see actor's getting ready in their vanity vans, while others see the crew members undergoing temperature check to ensure things are under control. We could also see everyone, including the actors, wearing masks while off the camera and all the crew members like makeup and hair artists were wearing PPE kits. A picture also sees every corner of the sets getting sanitized. An excited Ekta Kapoor, in her caption, wrote, "Anddddd it begins!! #ShootMode"

Yesterday, an important team member from Balaji Telefilms had opened up on the kind of precautions they will be taking on the sets, especially amid the COVID-19 outbreak. (ALSO READ - Shivangi Joshi- Mohsin Khan Start Shooting For Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai-First EXCLUSIVE Picture Of Them From The Set)

Check out the picture below:

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"We are talking simpler visuals with social distancing, lesser actors per frame, less complicated sequences, no physical contact. We are talking simpler narratives which are easier to execute as we did in the early days of ‘Shanti’ and ‘Swabhimaan’. It has to begin on paper first. In a way, it’s exciting because the content will be king then," revealed Tanusri Dasgupta, the Executive Vice President of Balaji Telefilms. Read the full story here.


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