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Producers in Maharashtra gearing up to resume shooting

MUMBAI: Producers are gearing up to resume production after Maharashtra government on Sunday gave the official sanction in this regard. The government gave green signal for the resumption of film and television shootings in non-containment zones.

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Producers' association warns against fake news of production restarting

MUMBAI: Indian Motion Pictures Producers' Association (IMPPA) has appealed to people not to fall prey to false and baseless information regarding re-starting of shooting. IMPPA in a press release said that they have been informed by many members who have come across messages being spread in the...

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Bimal Parekh joins Rainshine Entertainment’s board

MUMBAI: Entertainment company Rainshine Entertainment has announced the induction of industry stalwart Bimal Parekh into its board of directors. Portfolio manager to the stars, co-owner of Mumbai City FC along with Bollywood heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor, and financial advisor for blockbuster hits like...

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Film & TV Producers Guild CEO Kulmeet Makkar passes on

May does not seem to have brought with it good news. Early this morning, the CEO of the Film & Television Producers Guild Kulmeet Makkar passed on after suffering a massive heart attack. He was in Dharamasala, Himachal Pradesh, where he had been since the lockdown  due to the Covid2019 pandemic...

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Balaji Telefilms' Ekta Kapoor foregoes one-year salary for workers

MUMBAI: Balaji Telefilms joint managing director and creative head Ekta Kapoor will give up her one-year salary, Rs 2.5 crore, to ensure that her workers will not suffer due to the ongoing lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. In a social media post she announced that she is doing this so that...

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