FWICE desires actors to chop down on workers on set amid COVID-19 surge; to redraft SOPs for artists : Bollywood News – NewsEverything Bollywood

There was an enormous surge in COVID-19 instances previously month in India particularly within the state of Maharashtra. A number of Bollywood celebrities have additionally examined optimistic for the virus previously couple weeks once they had been capturing for his or her movies.  Prior to now couple of days, actors like Akshay Kumar, Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, Govinda, and Bhumi Pednekar additionally examined optimistic. Now, the Federation of Western India Cine Staff (FWICE) has appealed to models to cut back the variety of workers members in movie units.


Reportedly, BN Tiwari, president of FWICE has mentioned that actors thought corona had gone and began getting 10 members together with bodyguards, managers, make-up individuals and hairstylists on set with them. They even introduced alongside multiple assistant with them. He additionally mentioned that they’re redrafting the SOPs for the artists and will probably be mentioning the minimal variety of workers that may be on set.

In 2020, the federal government in its tips for COVID had clearly said that artists are inspired to wrap their make-up at house and report on units with minimal workers. It was additionally suggested that trials and fittings must be held on the actor’s residence and look check and different nuances must be accomplished over video calls.

Other than this, hair and make-up artists have been informed to put on face shields and PPE whereas doing hair and make-up because it entails person-to-person contact. Make-up artists have additionally been informed to combine merchandise in a disposable palette and if potential use just one brush applicator per actor.

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