Film producer Sajid Nadiadwala received a vaccine against more than 500 employees and their relatives, a spokesman said on Tuesday. Vaccine collection took place on Monday and the staff was mainly from the crew of Nadiadwala’s future films – Tiger Shroff’s “Heropanti 2”, Akshay Kumar’s “Bachchan Pandey” starring, Salman Khan’s “Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali” and “Tadap, “Starring Ahan Shetty and Tara Sutaria. According to the representative, Nadiadwala, the owner of the main banner of Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment Bollywood, will organize another vaccination in the coming days.
“Sajid Nadiadwala has included more than 500 people from its staff and their families to the # Heropanti2 #BachchanPandey #Tadap # KabhiEidKabhiDiwali crew
“A second album will be released soon this week @NGEMovies @WardaNadiadwala,” the spokesperson read.
On Monday, the Indian Producers Union (PGI), the association of Indian film, television and digital content producers, announced on Tuesday that it would be its turn to vaccinate its members and associated production teams.
The brotherhood said members will be vaccinated during the multi-day tour of Mehboob Studios in Suburban Bandra. The central government launched a Nationwide push in March this year to put poverty on all those over 60 and those aged 45 to 59.
In April, the Maharashtra government announced a decision to vaccinate people between the ages of 18 and 44.
The state government has suspended all shootings to eliminate the spread of the infection in the state in the midst of the second wave of COVID-19. Currently, TV shows and short films are taking place on the outskirts of Maharashtra.
On Monday, Maharashtra reported 15,077 new COVID-19 cases, the lowest since March 15, when it reached 57.46.892, with 184 more deaths rising to 95,344.