Due to the rise in COVID-19 positive cases, the Maharashtra government announced new restrictions recently. The new rules mentioned that there will be a 15-day Janta Curfew in the state and the shooting of TV shows/ Films/ Ad will be stalled. Amidst this latest development, it was reported that producers took a quick decision to shift their shooting locations. Among these TV shows whose base is being shifted were Kundali Bhagya, Imlie, Humari Wali Good News and a few others.
On Thursday, taking to her Instagram stories, television actress Shraddha Arya shared pictures of her posing along with the Kundali Bhagya team from the airport. Shraddha’s picture sees the team standing at the airport all excited to head to a new outdoor shoot location. The Kundali Bhagya actress shared the picture, with the caption, “GooooAaaaa!!” She also tagged her team members in the post as they jetted off to Goa for a shoot. Moving on, Shraddha also posted a photo with Kumkum Bhagya actress Sriti Jha. The photo sees Sriti and Shraddha posing for a selfie. Sharing the picture posted by Sriti, the actor hinted at a crossover episode between Kunali Bhagya and Kumkum Bhagya. Shraddha dropped the photo with Sriti and also wished the show Kumkum Bhagya on completing 7 years since it aired.
Take a look at the pictures shared by Shraddha Arya below:
Meanwhile, Bajali Telefilms shifted all their TV shows’ shoot locations to Goa. Some other TV shows have shifted their shoot locations to Rajasthan and Hyderabad too. Apart from this, Shraddha also posted a video of her enjoying a peaceful time in the pool. She enjoyed a good swim after reaching Goa and was seen sipping wine. Also Read: Kundali Bhagya, Imlie, Hamari Wali Good News And Other TV Shows To Shift Their Shooting Locations; Here's All You Need To Know
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