On Monday, actress Raveena Tandon took to Instagram to share a selfie she shot throughout a shoot she did amid lockdown. She additionally took to the social media platform to pen her ideas about the way in which taking pictures will change within the post-COVID-era.
Raveena is seen in a conventional get-up — a printed yellow and pink kurta paired with jhumkis. “Our days of shoots now , when we have now to photocheck our personal make-up. Taking pictures with social distancing. Hosted a present for #pmcares fund . Was shot with the cameras positioned almost 50 ft away and closed in with the zoom lens. Marvel if all of us will ever get used to this new regular. Ready for this to cross,” she wrote together with the image.
The movie business had stopped taking pictures almost per week earlier than the Prime Minister had introduced a nationwide lockdown. Many filmmakers and different artists have been discussing the destiny of cinema within the submit COVID- period the place bodily distancing might be a mandate. Aside from shootings coming to a halt, movie viewing experiences sooner or later has additionally develop into a subject of debate. Cinema halls have been the primary to exit of enterprise and can in all probability be the final to get again to enterprise. With the uncertainty looming round when issues might be again to regular, a number of filmmakers have already introduced the discharge of their tasks on digital platforms.
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