Mumbai bandh: Shooting of TV shows Kundali Bhagya and Aisi Deewangi halted

The Maharashtra shutdown called by Dalit bunches on Wednesday upset the shooting timetable of film and TV extends here.

The shooting of network shows “Piyaa Albela”, “Aisi Deewangi Dekhi Nahi Kahi”, “Kundali Bhagya”, “Kasam Tere Pyaar Ki” and “The Voice India Kids” was intruded, while a portion of the shoots went ahead according to plan.

As per a channel source, the cast and team of Zee TV’s mainstream demonstrate “Kundali Bhagya” went after the timetable at the Killick Nixon studio in Marol, however the protestors began pelting stones and upset the shoot. Every one of the individuals from the unit, including performers Manit Joura, Shraddha Arya and Anjum Farikh, stopped themselves inside their vanity vans and sat tight for the circumstance to standardize.

The shoot of “Piyaa Albela”, which should occur at the Basra Studio, must be rescheduled. It is shot at a studio situated in Kandivali where brutality has been accounted for. Because of security reasons, the shooting unit chose to change the move from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Presently has been booked from 5 p.m. to 5 a.m.

At the “Aisi Deewangi Dekhi Nahi Kahi” shoot at the Future Studio, situated at Goregaon East, work was upset in view of stone-pelting by the dissidents, the channel source said.

Pranitaa Pandit, one of the performing artists of the and TV demonstrate “Kasam Tere Pyaar Ki”, said in an announcement: “A couple of hours into the shoot and we were mobbed by a posse of uncontrollable folks who shouted and entered the sets and actually constrained the conclusion of the shoot.

“Terrified and neurotic, we raced to the vanity.”

The host of the melodic reality show of “The Voice India Kids” Jay Bhanushali stalled out as the protestors were at the principle intersection of the street which he needed to cross.

Protestors likewise assembled outside the Film City entryway.