Three months after the lockdown due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the television industry in Maharashtra resumed shooting. After Ekta Kapoor's Naagin 4, Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2 and Kundali Bhagya, Rajan Shahi's Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, Kamya Panjabi's Shakti-Astitva Ek Ehsaas and several others, Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai! went on floors again on June 28. Pictures from the set of the sit-com went viral on social media.
In the pictures, we can see Shubhangi Atre aka Angoori Bhabhi getting ready for her shoot. Aasif Sheikh and Rohitashv Gour were seen in masks and face shields are they resumed shooting for Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai!. We can also see Shubhangi and Aasif shoot for their portions together.
*Bhabhiji Set Par Hain* *&TV* resumes shoot for the popular cult show *Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai*! Yet again taking the audience on a joyride of laughter, the Mishras and Tiwaris have returned to the modern colony, all excited and prepared. With limited crew and taking utmost safety and sanitation measures. #IndiaFightsCorona #MaskIndia #manavmanglani
Talking about resuming shoot after three months, Aasif, in a statement told, “It felt good to be on sets after such a long gap. I had been waiting so long for the shoots to start and alas I am glad to be back on the set. We all met and greeted each other with distant hellos and namastes, keeping social distancing norms in mind. On reaching the set, our body temperature and oxygen levels were monitored. We all were handed face shields and masks which we took off only while facing the camera. The day started with a small Ganapati Ji’s aarti followed by getting into our character look. All of us took the utmost care to abide by the safety and sanitation guidelines and followed social distancing at all times.”
Shubhangi expressed excitement to return to shoot. She said, “I am excited to be back on the sets and looking forward to our show to be back with fresh episodes as well really soon. Earlier our set used to be buzzing with technicians, spot dadas and the rest of the crew every morning but now with limited people, the modern colony looks very different. After clearing the sanitation and screening process, we all assembled for a short Ganesh aarti for an auspicious start, followed by rehearsals wearing masks. As I live nearby, I did my own makeup and wore my costume to the set for minimal touch-ups. Also, we are limiting our group lunches and resorting to individual breaks to avoid gathering. The entire experience was quite different, but with time, we all will get used to it.”