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Let your politics continue, but… this is the demand of Ameya Khopkar

Mumbai: Opposition political parties in Maharashtra have called for ‘Maharashtra Bandh’ tomorrow (October 11) to protest against the crushing of farmers at Lakhimpur Kheri in Uttar Pradesh. The bandh has been supported by Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress. On the other hand, Maharashtra Navnirman Chitrapat Kamgar Sena has demanded that filming and TV series should continue during this shutdown period.

What did MNS do??
Ameya Khopkar, President of Maharashtra Navnirman Chitrapat Sena has announced a message in this regard. In his message, Khopkar said, “We certainly sympathize with the unfortunate tragedy in Lakhimpur and the farmers’ agitation. However, the Mahavikas Aghadi, which has called for a ‘Maharashtra Bandh’, will start streaming films and series on channels on October 11. It has been requested to continue shooting of

Khopkar further says, ‘During the lockdown, the film, drama and related technicians, employees have suffered a lot due to the strike. Now if we stop working for one more day, we will have to suffer financial loss. That’s why we are demanding that the filming in the so-called Maharashtra bandh should not be stopped. The government should give serious thought to this area.”

The shooting of the film was stopped due to fear of Corona

The shooting of most films and series was stopped during the first and second wave of corona to avoid the risk of infection. During the second wave of Corona, the government began to gradually ease restrictions in many areas. However, the ban on filming was maintained. As a result, filming of many TV and movies was halted. So every element working in the entertainment sector, including the producers, had to bear the brunt. During this, many Marathi and Hindi serials were shot in Gujarat, Rajasthan. After that the state government had given permission to shoot in Maharashtra.

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