Due to this pandemic , Every person organization is suffering . Similarly, the television industry is also under the effect of this infection which leads to pause in shootings . Apart from this, the situation became more worse due to the Cyclone tauktae as it destroyed many TV sets in Gujrat, Maharashtra and other areas.
The Chairman Indian Film and Television Producers Council (IFTPC) JD Majethia says ; Almost every set has incurred some damage or the other as the makers were not prepared for this sort of a weather hazard, especially with monsoon nowhere around as yet. Moreover he added; the cyclone struck and all the sets — outdoors, exterior, indoor — have been affected. Something or the other is damaged. Somewhere, trees have fallen on the exteriors,
Additionally, Amit Behl, senior joint secretary and chairperson, Outreach Committee, CINTAA, says the effect of this destruction is going to trickle down to the actors and workers. Additionally, he said; Apart from the loss of life and property on the western coast of India, film sets and TV sets have been destroyed. It is a big loss to the production house and producers. Actors were just resuming work after a long layoff. It will affect all of us.
However, Producer Rajan Shahi’s show “Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai” was being shot in Gujarat and a video of the crew running to take equipment inside has gone viral. There was also news that the shoots of “Anupamaa” and “Mann Kee Awaz Pratigya 2” had to be cancelled.
On the sets of Wagle Ki Duniya a tree smashed the border wall and there is a hole in the roof through which water is pouring in. Some of the sets that had big exteriors are washed out completely.