Tuesday, September 29, 2020

    Arjun Bijlani Feels TV Content Will Be Different Post Lockdown


    Ever since the coronavirus lockdown was announced along with common citizens, celebrities are too affected by unemployment and financial crises. The entertainment industry stopped all its work. There are no shoots happening and Arjun feels that even when it resumes, they will not be working at the same large scale they used to. Talking to news portal, Arjun expressed his concerns and claims sitting at home without any work can worsen the things, he said, “I feel post lockdown the entertainment industry will start working in small units. Fiction shows will start first because they have smaller units than reality shows. Once the industry and the broadcaster have decided on some guidelines, then we can start full-fledged shooting. The content will be different because we are not going to work with the whole unit, many things will be done digitally. Everything has to be monitored. How many actors will be ready to come out and work will be an issue too,” Arjun is among those celebrities who regularly updates his fans about his day to day quarantine life and also shares some useful tip. The Naagin star has taken this in a positive way, and hopes that everything will get over soon.

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