The sudden outbreak of Coronavirus pandemic left many Bollywood producers and filmmakers with no choice but to halt shooting. Now as the country prepares to resume work while battling the pandemic, filmmakers are also looking at getting back to work. On Sunday the Maharashtra government permitted the resumption of shooting for films. Upon hearing this Anand Pandit who is a producer has shared some insight into one of his projects. Pandit revealed that The Big Bull starring Abhishek Bachchan could resume shooting in July.
In a recent talk with IANS the producer said, "We are looking at July because a lot needs to be worked out. All precautions and arrangements need to be in place, as well as dates of the actors."
Pandit also said that there are no outstation shooting that is left pending. He added saying, "There is no outstation shoot pending, so we didn't have to cancel any outstation shoots. We have to finish the last bits that we were planning to do within the state (Maharashtra)."
Pandit has also ensured that the film crew will follow all government guidelines. He concluded saying, "Apart from making effort to stick to the government protocol, we will also have sanitization tunnels at all our locations. We are also considering a location where the entire crew is stationed during the shoot rather than them going back home every day."
Kookie Gulati has directed The Big Bull. The film is based on India's biggest securities scam of 1992. The film is set to hit theatres on October 23, 2020.