As the Maharashtra government eases the Lockdown restrictions, movies and TV shows are making their way back to Mumbai. One of the first films to hit the floor is Aamir Khan’s son Junaid Khan’s debut Maharaja. Junaid started shooting the film today. According to sources, the shooting began with the first actors in the film, 25 junior artists and some members of the group.
“On Sunday, more than 100 actors and team members, including those who took the first dose of the vaccine, underwent an RT-PCR test. Of the people who refused, only 25 junior artists were called to the set, along with the main actors. “The idea is to keep the team in a set at a minimum level,” said a source.
The development came after Prime Minister Uddhav Thackeray Maharashtra gave permission for Mumbai to shoot films and shows on Sunday. Thackeray received film and television producers during the films to comply with all COVID-19 safety regulations and take action. “We should make sure the virus doesn’t fall on us,” he said.
The story of the Maharaja is based on the infamous 1862 Maharaja Libel Case.
In addition to Junaid Khan, the film will star Shalini Pandey, Sharvari Wagh and Jaideep Ahlawat in Pivotal roles.
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