These days Coronavirus has created havoc everywhere. Due to novel Coronavirus outbreak many day-to-day tasks have been shut. The entertainment industry is also facing the consequences of COVID-19. And as per the Government instructions, the production of Bollywood films and TV serials have been at a halt. Also, the release dates of the films have been extended.
The Kapil Sharma Show Shooting Stopped
After Mumbai saw its first coronavirus related death, the Film City, which hosts studios to shoot various films and TV shows, decided to stop the production of the new immediately. The Kapil Sharma show shooting was also called off due to coronavirus. The actors of The Kapil Sharma Show, who were supposed to shoot for an episode on Wednesday (March 18) were informed that the shooting has been called off owing to coronavirus.
COVID-19: Kapil Sharma Show Called-Off
The joint managing director of the Film city said in one of the interviews that they have received a notice from BMC to stop the shootings and projects due to COVID-19 outbreak. He further added concerning about the health of the people first they have followed the immediate instructions.Chandan Prabhakar aka Chandu of the Kapil Sharma show has informed media about the shooting been called off. And From 17th march shooting has called off and till date, there is no knowledge when it will start again.
The release of many big projects has been halted due to widespread coronavirus. The last shoot was done on Tuesday 17 March. After that, not a single episode has been shoot yet.
Coronavirus has impacted each and everything to a great extent. Every activity is ordered to stop till 31st March 2020. It is for the safeguard of society.
Till then you can watch the previously released episodes on repeat and continue your laughter in this time of self-isolation. So do not forget to watch The Kapil Sharma Show exclusively on Sony Entertainment Television every Saturday and Sunday 9:30 pm.
We will keep you updated regarding when will the shooting resume.
Till then stay tuned for more such updates…
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