Taapsee Pannu on resuming film shoots: I'm glad we have a go-ahead; Read on

Taapsee Pannu is glad that the state of unlocking has prevailed and actors are given a go-ahead for the shooting of films; Read on
Written By Saumya Bansal | Updated: July 01, 2020 16:06 IST
Taapsee Pannu on resuming film shoots: I'm glad we have a go-ahead; Read on

From July 1, the nation has moved towards its phase of Unlock 2, where more freedoms are given to various sectors. Many movies and tv shows have resumed shooting who's actors were waiting to go back to work. Likewise, Taapsee Pannu is glad the state of unlocking has prevailed and the actors will be able to resume work. She told a leading tabloid, “As many people as possible need to be employed as per the guidelines. We can’t just stop shooting because it’s not in the so-called comfort zone. Eventually, everyone wants to work. No one will stop, saying ‘one is allowed, two can’t, so we won’t go to work’, we have to find a way under the guidelines. Nobody wants to stop working now after sitting home for two-three months."
 
The Game Over actress further added, "I’m happy that at least we have a go-ahead. The producer will have to put the logistics together in the new rules, get permissions, that will be the first step. Then put things together with restrictions on public transport, locations. It will take some time for this prep work to happen and movies to actually begin.”
 
On the work front, Taapsee Pannu has a bunch of films in her kitty including that of Rashmi Rocket, Shabaash Mithu, Haseen Dilruba, Womaniya, Tadka, and Loop Lapeta. Recently Taapsee admitted to being in a committed relationship. Even though the actress did not disclose the details, she admitted that her partner isn't from the Bollywood industry.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Like most of us, I always thought that yoga is just about twisting our body into complicated contortions and about being a human pretzel. Until @munmun.ganeriwal told me it isn’t. Sitting on the mat every day for few minutes, trying to tune in even when infinite thoughts might interfere, offers as much benefits to our body and mind. The act of meditating is actually classified as ‘Upasana Yoga’ in Yogic scriptures. An incredible stroke of luck is that International Yoga Day today coincides with the Solar Eclipse. An eclipse is one of the best time to deepen our spiritual practice, so make sure you meditate today for few minutes at least. If you are thinking how to start .... @munmun.ganeriwal says, “the best way to begin a meditation practice is to begin!” #InternationalYogaDay2020

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