Artistes should prioritise personal protection to ensure that others on the set are also safe: Aadar Jain | Hindi Movie News


The world is slowly returning to routine, and hopefully, film shoots will also start gathering momentum. The first Bollywood film to resume shoot in Mumbai is Hello Charlie, starring Aadar Jain.

Bombay Times spoke to the actor about resuming work in these times of ‘new normal’ and he said, “I was a bit apprehensive at first, given the current situation, but my producers (Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar), as well as the entire production team are following all safety measures. The entire crew of the set in Malad was in PPE suits, following social distancing at all times.”

He added, “Never did anyone expect a crisis like this. However, I am a firm believer in making the most of what we have in any scenario.”

Aadar feels that artistes should prioritise personal protection to ensure that others on the set are safe. Talking about the measures he took personally, the actor said, “To begin with, I have not left home unless extremely necessary. From the time of the lockdown until now, I have replaced my outdoor routine to a more digitised home-based one to hone all my skills. I feel I have used my time as efficiently as I could have.”

He continued, “We have to accept that this is the new normal and we have to get back to work. We are responsible for ourselves and others. As actors, we have to take our mask off in front of the camera. I would keep it in my back pocket and put it back on instantly after the shot.”


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