The show is coming on a big TV channel which stars Shweta Tiwari and Varun Badola. Each episode of this is running in more than half of the flashbacks these days. Efforts are being made to save the footage further. The reason behind this is the shooting caused by Coronavirus. Various film and TV associations have stopped shooting till 31 March.
JD Majithia, chairman of the Indian Film-TV Producers Council, says that each TV channel has an average of 5-7 new episodes of content. After this, all the shows will come on repeat telecasts. On the other hand, many Hollywood TV shows have a crisis of incomplete ending. JD says that according to the council, by March 31, the country’s TV industry could suffer losses of up to Rs 100 crore per week. The figure will increase further if the cost of the channel is also included in it.
Producer of several successful shows on TV, Zama Habib says that the loss of TV will be greater than the film industry as advertisers will pull out if there is no new content. Habib says that the producers were asked by the channel management to shoot as much as possible by March 19, but no matter how much they do, only the new content can be shot till March 31.