Recently, the Telangana government has given permission for resuming both film and television shootings across the state. The entertainment industry is now gearing up to go back on sets following the safety guidelines issued by the government. The first Telugu filmmaker to resume his shoot is director Ravi Babu. The 'Nacchavule' director has begun filming for his upcoming teenage drama 'Crrush'.
“We started the shoot at a house in Sharmipet with around 30 percent of the crew. Earlier, we used to shoot with around 70 people on the sets. But we had reduced the number to just 20 people. From make-up man to the production team, everybody except the actors were wearing PPE kits. It is definitely a challenge. But, it feels good to be back on set," said Ravi Babu.
"We have put up thermal scanners in place and have been taking everybody’s temperature before they enter the premises. Even the actors are wearing masks when they are not in front of the camera,” added Ravi Babu.
The buzz reveals that Ravi Babu wants to finish the shoot of the film soon and sell it away to a digital platform. However, there is no official confirmation on the same.