Bollywood entertainer Akshay Kumar and producer R Balki on Monday went for a commercial battle with respect to the "post lockdown duties" at Kamalistan studio while avoiding potential risk.
Balki said the ad was for the Health Ministry and the group took all the important precautionary measures, including wearing covers and working with an insignificant team.
"This is an advertisement for the wellbeing service including Akshay Kumar about the post lockdown duties of every single one of us. We have to return to work however guarantee our security and those of others. So at our shoot we did likewise."
"Like returning to work with social removing, purified open-air set, disinfectant screen, veils. We became acclimated to it in no time flat. There were a negligible group and extremely exacting conventions," Balki told PTI.
The executive, who has worked together with Akshay in films like Padman and Mission Mangal, said the group understood the shooting should be possible "effectively" following all the rules.
"Anil Naidu, the maker, gave us how we can do a similar shoot with fewer individuals with the greatest wellbeing guaranteed. Obviously, we had all the authorizations of police and so forth. We expected to do this as this informing was critical," he included.
As per pictures and recordings doing the rounds from the sets, the team needed to go through a purification burrow, post which they were given veils, face shields, and had their temperature checked by the clinical workforce in PPE suits.
Going for films and other creative exercises keep on remaining suspended from mid-March taking into account the coronavirus pandemic.
It is also a critical time to shoot as mentioned by Rahul Gandhi earlier today that the lockdown has been a failure as india crosses 140000 mark and new cases coming in each day.