Cameras roll, stars adapt to the ‘new normal’ | The Daily Star
06:34 PM, September 22, 2020 / LAST MODIFIED: 07:02 PM, September 22, 2020

Cameras roll, stars adapt to the ‘new normal’

Many stars of the film industry, including actors Shakib Khan, Sadika Parvin Popy, Mosharraf Karim, Nusrat Imrose Tisha, Mahiya Mahi, Ziaul Faruq Apurba, Afran Nisho, Orchita Sporshia and Bappy Chowdhury are returning for shoots during this pandemic.

The actors, production team and the crew are following strict safety and hygiene rules on the sets and at home. After having to sit at home for the last 6 months, Bidya Sinha Saha Mim resumed shooting for the tele-fiction "Hello Baby".

"Shooting has now become a completely new experience," she says. "I am currently working with Tahsan Khan and director Kajal Arefin Ome in this production, and hope to start shooting for my upcoming ventures -- which includes a film and a web-film soon."

Arguably the face of the film industry, Shakib Khan, is currently shooting for Anonno Mamun's "Nawab LLB"."We have started adapting to this 'new normal' only for our audiences' sake. Who knows, I might end up being an inspiration to others and motivate them to start working for the entertainment industry again," he said. "It has already been around 2 weeks since we have started shooting for this production, and I hope to keep representing the industry through my work, both home and abroad."

Mahiya Mahi also shared her experiences from the shooting sets. "I have worked in a short film called 'Oxygen' during this pandemic. Shooting for a production involves a lot of people, and it is not always possible to abide by all the rules and regulations," she mentions. "We still try our best to follow the rules, so I am not actually that worried. I believe that anxiety will affect my expressions during the shoot and in turn, my work. Thus, accepting and adapting to the new ways is the only option right now."

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