Saji Cherian, Minister for Film and Culture If Telangana is a good place, let’s shoot there. There is no problem with that. The government’s policy is for everyone to cooperate in the defense of Kovid. Everyone must cooperate. Saji Cherian said that it is a matter of discussion and decision whether to give permission for any film or not.
He does not manage the lockdown controls in Kovid. Kovid has created a crisis in every sector. Therefore, the decision will be taken at the appropriate time, the minister said. The minister’s response came after the Malayalam film industry decided to shift film shootings to Telangana as filming was not allowed in Kerala. Films will not be allowed to resume in the state as the Kovid crisis continues. It is in this context that Prithviraj’s upcoming films will be shot in Telangana and Tamil Nadu. Mohanlal starrer Bro Daddy, Dileep movie Keshu Veedinte Aishwarya, Manju Warrier and Jayasurya movie Mary Awas Suno will be shot in Tamil Nadu and Telangana.
Fefka’s letter to the Chief Minister requesting permission to start filming in Kerala. The Malayalam film industry is facing a lot of crisis. It is the grassroots workers who are losing their jobs. The film industry is still active in the neighboring states. Fefka’s letter states that the government has been repeatedly asked to take a PCR test before the shooting, to create an accurate biobubble, and to meet all the criteria to allow the shooting to begin. The letter also states that they do not understand the meaning of being denied a positive attitude towards the serial sector.
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