Hamari Wali Good News Actor Raghav Tiwari Reveals They Will Continue Shooting For The Show In Manesar Until Government Decides To Lift The Ban On Shooting

Amid Maharashtra government's ban on shooting, Hamari Wali Good News' cast and crew are shifting to Manesar, Haryana. Raghav Tiwari revealed the team's decision to do so and more. Read on!

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Hamari Wali Good News Actor Raghav Tiwari Reveals They Will Continue Shooting For The Show In Manesar Until Government Decides To Lift The Ban On Shooting
Given the rise in Coronavirus cases, Maharashtra government recently announced a curfew in the state and shooting of TV shows, films and ads have also come to a halt. Given the situation, the cast and crew of the TV show 'Hamari Wali Good News' is shifting to Manesar in Haryana. Yes, you read it right! The decision has been taken to ensure the unit can continue shooting uninterrupted till the time the state government decides to lift the ban on shooting.

Raghav Tiwari, who plays the lead role in 'Hamari Wali Good News' opened up about the same. In an interview with ETimes, Raghav said, "Soon after the government passed this order on Tuesday, the production house put their heads together and came up with this solution that the shooting will move to Manesar from April 16 onwards. These are tough times but we cannot stop work and we have seen the consequences of stopping work last year in the lockdown too."

The actor further added that 'while it's important to check coronavirus, we have to find alternatives to keep the show going.' He revealed that the entire cast and crew will be flying to Delhi on April 16, and 'thereafter we will be travelling to Manesar'.


When the actor was asked why they decided to pick Manesar for the shift, he said the reason is best known to the production house. 'All I know is that even Delhi is not safe from the surge of COVID. Manesar being on the outskirts of the city is isolated and safer.' He then added, 'We will be building a bio-bubble in Manesar to ensure further safety, not just for us but also for the locals since we will be going there from outside their state.'




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