Following unlock 1 and 2 guidelines, many TV shows resumed their shoot. Ekta Kapoor’s Naagin 4, Kumkum Bhagya, Kundli Bhagya, Mere Dad Ki Dulhan, among many others have gone back to the sets following the precautionary measures but Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah makers are yet to begin the shoot of the show. As per the latest online report, Jetha Lal’s family drama TMKOC is the only TV show which is yet to resume the shoot. The latest report states that the makers are highly concerned about the safety of one and all related to the show.
A source close to the development revealed to Pinkvilla, “The makers are deliberating on how to go forward in the best possible way. They are worried about the safety of the cast and crew and with the restrictions in place, how to accommodate a huge cast like theirs and bank episodes. Plus, not all the cast members on the same page and have raised their respective concerns which is why the delay in resuming shoots. They are also weighing other options to shoot which is not risky and safe for all."
Earlier spilling the beans on if they will resume the shoot of TMKOC, producer Asit Modi had revealed to the same portal, “The biggest challenge for me is how to ensure the safety of all my cast and crew members. Secondly, it is such a difficult time and comedy is such a difficult genre, how to give that happiness quotient in every episode. Thirdly, the rainy season has commenced and there are so many regulations, we will have to work very hard, it is not easy.” (ALSO READ: Saroj Khan Passes Away: Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah's Madhvi And Komal Recall Their Shooting Experience With Masterji- EXCLUSIVE)
Bagha bhool gaya karne Umbadiyu Party ki tayaari. Ab kya jawaab dega Jethalal, jab uspe aayegi society walon se saamna karne ki baari? Janne ke liye dekhte rahiye #TMKOC aaj raat 8:30 baje. pic.twitter.com/L0XjP4YmcI— TMKOC (@TMKOC_NTF) February 25, 2020
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