Punjabi film industry resumes shooting; Gippy Grewal, Ranjit Bawa thank Amarinder

Actor Gurpreet Ghuggi also thanks Punjab government

Punjabi film industry resumes shooting; Gippy Grewal, Ranjit Bawa thank Amarinder

Credit: Twitter/GippyGrewal

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, July 24

The Pollywood industry has 'thanked' the Punjab government for resuming shooting of films and music.

This comes after the Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Thursday approved detailed guidelines for shooting of films and music videos during Unlock 2.0 period in the state, with restriction of 50 persons at the shooting venue, along with strict adherence to other COVID safety protocols.

Also read: Punjab allows movie, video shoots, crew limit up to 50

Singer Ranjit Bawa specially thanked Capt. Amarinder Singh for accepting the request. 

"A big thanks to Punjab govt. specially capt.Amrinder Singh ji C M Pb for accepting The request of Punjabi film industry and issuing the guidelines to resume the shootings @capt_amarinder @Sukhjinder_INC

@PunjabGovtIndia @GurpreetGhuggi @GippyGrewal @CMOPb," read his tweet. 

Actor Gippy Grewal wrote: "A big thanks to Punjab govt. specially capt.Amrinder Singh ji C M Pb for accepting The request of Punjabi film industry and issuing the guidelines to resume the shootings @capt_amarinder @Sukhjinder_INC @PunjabGovtIndia @GurpreetGhuggi @BawaRanjit @CMOPb."

Actor Gurpreet Ghuggi also thanked the Punjab government. 

Meanwhile, the shooting would commence only after all persons involved are thermally scanned and found asymptomatic.

The shooting venue should have sanitisers or soap and water and the members present should frequently wash their hands. Wearing of masks for all would be essential, except for the ones who are in front of the camera.

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