Raveena Tandon shoots amid lockdown; wonders whether they will ever get used to this new normal 

By | May 19, 2020

On Monday, actress Raveena Tandon took to Instagram to share a selfie she shot during a shoot she did amid lockdown. She also took to the social media platform to pen her thoughts about the way shooting will change in the post-COVID-era. 

Raveena Tandon shoots amid lockdown; wonders whether they will ever get used to this new normal 

Raveena is seen in a traditional get-up — a printed yellow and red kurta paired with jhumkis. “Our days of shoots now , when we have to photocheck our own makeup. Shooting with social distancing. Hosted a show for #pmcares fund . Was shot with the cameras placed nearly 50 feet away and closed in with the zoom lens. Wonder if we all will ever get used to this new normal. Waiting for this to pass,” she wrote along with the picture. 

 

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Our days of shoots now , when we have to photocheck our own makeup. Shooting with social distancing. Hosted a show for #pmcares fund . Was shot with the cameras placed nearly 50 feet away and closed in with the zoom lens . Wonder if we all will ever get used to this new normal. Waiting for this to pass.

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The film industry had stopped shooting nearly a week before the Prime Minister had announced a nationwide lockdown. Many filmmakers and other artists have been discussing the fate of cinema in the post COVID- era where physical distancing will be a mandate. Apart from shootings coming to a halt, film viewing experiences in the future has also become a topic of debate. Cinema halls were the first to go out of business and will probably be the last to get back to business. With the uncertainty looming around when things will be back to normal, several filmmakers have already announced the release of their projects on digital platforms. 

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