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Mumbai: After three months of break because of the coronavirus outbreak, actors Aasif Sheikh, Shubhangi Atre and Rohitashv Gour resumed shooting for widespread comedy present “Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai” with restricted crew and several other security measures.

The shooting began on Sunday.

“It felt good to be on sets after such a long gap. I had been waiting so long for the shoots to start and I am glad to be back on the set. We all met and greeted each other with distant hellos and namastes, keeping social distancing norms in mind,” mentioned Aasif Sheikh, who essays the function of Vibhuti Narayan within the present.

“On reaching the set, our body temperature and oxygen levels were monitored. We all wore masks which we took off only while facing the camera. The day started with a small Ganapati Ji’s aarti followed by getting into our character look. All of us took the utmost care to abide by the safety and sanitation guidelines and followed social distancing at all times,” he added.

To this, Shubhagi added “I am excited to be back on the sets and looking forward to our show to be back with fresh episodes as well soon. Earlier our set used to be buzzing with technicians, spot dadas and the rest of the crew every morning but now with limited people, the modern colony looks very different.”

“After clearing the sanitation and screening process, we all assembled for a short Ganesh aarti for an auspicious start, followed by rehearsals wearing masks. As I live nearby, I did my make-up and wore my costume to the set for minimal touch-ups. Also, we are limiting our group lunches and resorting to individual breaks to avoid gathering. The entire experience was quite different, but with time, we all will get used to it,” added the actress, who performs the function of Angoori Bhabi.

After 100 days,,,, Shooting starts😃😃 #bhabhijigharparhai #shubhangiatre #angooribhabhi

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“We ensured that we continued wearing masks after every shot, sanitised our hands at regular intervals and maintained social distancing. I am excited about the new episodes, and I am sure the viewers are looking forward to their favourite show making a comeback soon,” mentioned Rohitashv Gour aka Manmohan Tiwari of “Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai”.

Back in Action 😃😃 Sahi pakde hain!!!! #angooribhabhi #shubhangiatre #bhabhijigharparhai

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Shooting of &TV’s “Happu Ki Ultan Paltan” additionally resumed on Sunday.

On resuming the shoot, “Happu Ki Ultan Paltan” star Yogesh Tripathi mentioned: aceI am delighted to be again as Daroga Happu Singh. I missed my present, my characters and crew huge time. The first day was just a little totally different from what we had been used to earlier. We had been sanitised and screened, wore masks and maintained social distancing.”

Earlier, shooting of “Gudiya Humari Sabhi Pe Bharia started on June 26, “Santoshi Maa Sunaye Vrat Kathayein” on June 25, “Ek Mahanayak Dr. B. R. Ambedkar” on June 26.Sarika Bahroliya, from “Gudiya Humari Sabhi Pe Bhari”, mentioned: “On arriving, our temperatures were checked, followed by meeting the other crew members. Wearing masks and following social distancing norms, we started our day with Lord Ganesh’s aarti. I had carried my bag consisting of my make-up and sanitation kit, alongside my tiffin box. We sanitised our hands at regular intervals. We have some exciting episodes in the pipeline, and I am eagerly looking forward to it to go on air.”