Abhishek Bachchan To Resume Shooting For Big Bull From Mid October, Makers To Appoint COVID Watchdogs On Sets

Avya Sharma , 26 Sep 2020
Poster of Abhishek Bachchan's The Big Bull (Source: Instagram | @bachchan)
Poster of Abhishek Bachchan’s The Big Bull (Source: Instagram | @bachchan)

The makers of The Big Bull are all set to start work on the final schedule of the film from mid-October. To set the seal on working in a safe environment for the cast and crew, producer Anand Pandit has taken a decision to appoint COVID-19 watchdogs on the set. The Abhishek Bachchan and Ileana D’Cruz starrer is helmed by Kookie Gulati.

According to a report by MidDay, the source revealed—

The industry has to get back on its feet, but we cannot afford even a minor slip when it comes to guarding ourselves against the virus. At no point will the safety of my unit take a backseat during the shoot. Abhishek has fully recovered from the virus and is fighting fit.

The source further added that a group of medical experts will be present throughout the shoot, observing and keeping a track on the sets to make sure that the necessary safety norms are being taken.

The financial crime drama’s set — inspired by the life of stockbroker, Harshad Mehta — will also have sanitisation tunnels, and the shooting will be conducted in strict adherence with the government’s guidelines and restrictions.

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