Kiccha Sudeep starrer Phantom will be the first kannada film to be resume after lockdown.
The film's producer Manjunath Gowda said they will have a doctor and two nurses on the sets; also working out on how they can have only the required staff on the floor on a particular day.
Actor Kichcha Sudeep’s upcoming action flick Phantom will be the first mainstream Kannada film to resume shooting from July 1 amid the coronavirus pandemic. As per a report on Cinema Express, huge sets will be erected for the shoot from June 15 in Annapurna Studios in Telangana.
“The decision was taken by the production house in consultation with the actor and director after the government granted us permission to start film shoots. A limited crew, including me, Sudeep, director Anup Bhandari, and a few others, will be in institutional quarantine for seven days, from June 21, before we start the shoot,” producer Manjunath Gowda was quoted in the report.
He said that the entire team will follow rules laid down by the government while shooting. “We will have a doctor and two nurses on the sets. We are also working out how we can have only the required staff on the floor on a particular day. People who manage the lighting, makeup, and other small works and even assistants will be sent back after they are done with their job. For safety purposes, we are taking staffers who are willing to stay and need not travel often,” he said.
Recently actor Kiccha Sudeep posted his workout pics on Instagram for the movie.
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