Exclusive: Vaccine arrived in corporate offices of Mumbai, public is waiting to get bookings on Kovin right now

Amar Ujala Bureau, Mumbai Published by: Amreen Hussain Updated Sun, 30 May 2021 12:12 AM IST

Yash Raj Films may not have been able to wait for the Corona vaccine for its cast and technicians before shooting their megabuzz film Tiger 3, but all other film and TV production companies in Mumbai contacted their hospitals directly. The staff has started getting vaccinations. Nearly 300 people got vaccinated on the very first day on Saturday in the office of Reliance Entertainment, which was leading the way for the release of films ‘Suryavanshi’ and ’83’.

Vaccines will be installed here too

Netflix has also made arrangements to vaccinate artists and technicians of its under-construction web series and films from Monday. The Mumbai Press Club has also started a vaccination drive for journalists in the city, under which the journalists are getting the first dose press club at their own cost. Press Club has also sent information about this to all its members.

Returning artists

People of Mumbai film industry have been disappointed after the Maharashtra government extended the lockdown in the state till June 15. People hoped that June would be allowed to shoot from the first week and accordingly the actors have also started returning to Mumbai. But now, as the lockdown increases by two weeks, daily artists, technicians and artisans are most worried. These people are also having difficulties in getting Corona vaccine in Mumbai.

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