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Endemol Shine India to create series on Damyanti Biswas’ bestselling novel

MUMBAI: Endemol Shine India has optioned Damyanti Biswas’s bestselling Indian crime novel "You Beneath Your Skin" to develop as a multipart drama series, with all proceeds from this option going towards social enterprises in the author’s native New Delhi. Dramatic rights were acquired by Endemol...

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CINTAA, FWICE seek clarity from broadcasters, producers on payment, working conditions

The Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) and Cine & TV Artistes’ Association (CINTAA) together have raised several concerns with broadcasters and producers but their appeals haven't been responded to, yet.

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Kolkata TV show producers resume shooting with innovative mechanisms

Despite having witnessed one of the worst ever cyclones in the recent past, Kolkata resumed TV productions in early June. After months of lockdown causing a financial stress to numerous people, a part of the Tollywood returned to the sets.

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TV producers on restarting offices with safety measures

On 8 June the Maharashtra government allowed all private offices to operate with up to 10 per cent of full staff strength or ten people (whichever is higher). Production houses are still waiting for permission from Film City and district collectors to start production in Mumbai and Thane.

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Shooting in Mumbai, Thane likely to start by 23 June: IFTPC's Nitin Vaidya

It will soon be lights, camera, action in the television industry. With permisisons being granted slowly, filmmakers and broadcasters will have to obtain permission from the police and district authorities before they can start shooting.

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