The show's going on…

The recent attacks on Mumbai didn't stop the filming of TV serials as the time lost during the TV strike had to be made up for. Moreover, actors don't think the city is safe anymore.

Angad Hasija
(Alekh of Bidaai) says, "We were shooting in the suburbs yesterday, and thank God it is pretty safe there. Actually we have already wasted 15 days due to the strike and we do not have any bank episodes. Moreover, telecast of the fresh episodes is also starting on Monday .We reached a little late on the sets .Then in the evening everyone's families and friends started calling, asking us to return home, so we packed up around 7.30 p.m. which is early considering we usually shoot for twelve hours straight."

Speaking about safety, he says,"On the sets we had our regular watchman for security, but I do not think that Mumbai is safe anymore now."

Sharad Malhotra (Amar of Banoo Main Teri Dulhann) says "I was shooting in Filmcity yesterday (November 27). The production house actually called us and told us that we would be shooting. So we had to go for the shoot. It was mainly because we had no bank of episodes at all. I told them that as soon as it starts getting dark, we should all pack up and go home for everyone's safety. There were six artists who were shooting. I left the set around 6.30 in the evening."

Sharad thinks the world is now unsafe. "I think no place in the world is safe, it can happen anywhere and everywhere. Mumbai however has the habit of bouncing back, so I guess in the next two days it will be back to normal."

Moreover shootings for Saat Phere, Mohe Rang De, Balika Vadhu and others were on yesterday and will continue today as well as they have to make up for the loss caused due to the recent strike.

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