Jhumma Mitra the Abha of popular show Tera Kya Hoga Alia is back. The shooting for the show has started long before and the show is telecasting fresh episodes already. However, Jhumma was not shooting for the show.
Here is a piece of good news where Abha of Tera Kya Hoga Alia will be back on the sets of the show soon.
Shootings for almost all the shows have started post lockdown. The shoots for all the shows have started taking into consideration all the safety measures. And the care is taken that all the cast and crew members are safe from the corona virus spread during the shooting for the shows.
Jhumma Mitra speaks about the care taken during the shooting
One of the leading entertainment portals states that on getting back to sets and facing the camera once again, shared, “Well, the shooting experience is very different now. Initially, the team was shooting in Vasai however now we are back to our original sets as it is no more in the containment zone. “
Adding on she says,” Frankly speaking I was scared to shoot amid the pandemic. However, I have now made up my mind and have started shooting but keeping precautions in mind. The entire cast and crew are following all the protocols and taking adequate precautions on the sets.”
Jhumma says she takes extreme care and makes sure that she wears a face shield all the time on the sets of the show. She takes away that shield only while shooting for a scene. Apart from that, she does her makeup on her own. And also her hairdos which aren’t that perfect are done by herself.
Further she adds,” From my end, I am making sure to wear a face shield the entire time we are on sets. Only when we are shooting we take it off. Also, I am managing my own make-up and hair. Though my hairdos are not that up to the mark but I am sure viewers will focus on my acting.”
Jhumma Speaks more about shooting after Coronavirus spread
Jhumma Mitra says she brings her food on the sets of Tera Kya Hoga Alia. As her parents are in Kolkata she is the one who manages everything alone.
Speaking more she says,” Also, I bring my food on the sets. Since my parents are in Kolkata I have been managing everything single handed. But I think it’s a new way to live life now and the pandemic has taught us a lot of things.”
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