Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Saturday requested movie and tv producers, who demanded an extension of the length of shootings past the 4 pm deadline, to coordinate with the police concerning the place and timing of their taking pictures schedules in and round Mumbai.
Addressing members of the Film Producers Guild just about, the CM informed them to make sure that common COVID-19 detection exams are carried out, tips adopted, and vaccination of cinema artistes and staff is expedited.
Filmmakers Rakyesh Om Prakash Mehra, Ritesh Sidhwani, Nagraj Manjule, Subodh Bhave, Ravi Jadhav amongst others participated within the assembly, additionally attended by Mumbai police commissioner Hemant Nagrale and members of the state COVID-19 process drive.
The Guild sought an extension of the length of shootings past 4 pm and warranted that they might proceed to comply with the COVD-19 norms, the Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) mentioned in an announcement.
The CM informed them that Maharashtra is among the many states the place the variety of new infections will not be coming down. Despite a bio bubble system for sports activities occasions, there’s a unfold of coronavirus, the release quoted the CM as saying.
Thackeray mentioned the Maha Vikas Aghadi authorities is treading cautiously on stress-free the restrictions as the first concern is the welfare and well being of residents.
“Mumbai Police will seek details of the shooting locations and timings. A nodal officer should be appointed to ensure all COVID-19 rules are followed,” the CM mentioned.
Maharashtra on Friday reported 7,761 new COVID-19 instances and 167 deaths which took the state’s an infection tally to 61,97,018 and the dying toll to 1,26,727, as per the well being division.