Sneha Wagh on returning to the post shoot lockdown: ‘I was wearing a face shield and removed it only when I was on camera’ – TV

& TV show Kahat Hanuman Jai Shri Ram’s shooting resumed on Monday with a limited number of cast and crew, who were happy to return to the set after a three-month lockdown. Sneha Wagh, who plays Anjani in the show, used to walk around in a face shield all the time, Jiten Lalwani, aka Anjani Maple Kesari, was masked over her dress and makeup.

Sharing her joy to be able to resume shooting, Sneha said, “I am thrilled to be back on set. The lockdown gave us some family time, but it was as dull as not to be fussy every day to go to the set, deliver the dialogue and put our best foot forward. The first day of the shoot began with Shubh Aarti, with Ganpati Bappa’s blessings. It was nice to see everyone after such a long gap. “

Sneha Wagh on the set of Kahat Hanuman Jai Shri Ram.

Kahat Hanuman Jai Shri Ram crew in PPE kit.

Kahat Hanuman Jai Shri Ram crew in PPE kit.

Sneha Wagh geared up to pose for her shot on the set of Hanuman Jai Shri Ram.

Sneha Wagh geared up to pose for her shot on the set of Hanuman Jai Shri Ram.

He also shared the precautions to be taken on the set. “As soon as I arrived, our temperature and oxygen levels of the body were tested. There were limited people on the set, and at every point, the number of bottles and sprays of sanitizer. I was wearing my face shield and removed it only when I was on camera. This is a new way of shooting for us, but we are all thrilled to be back.

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Jiten said, “Reading the Shiva Purana during the lockout helped me advance my character in the show. I am very happy to be back on set and doing what I love most – that is shooting! We had proper hygiene at every nook and corner, body temperature check and several sanitizers on set. Everyone on the set: wore protective masks, hand gloves and face shields. The day started with a small aarti by all of us seeking blessings from Ganapati Bappa. The set had a distinct vibe that was reunion and excitement. I look forward to exciting new episodes of our show. “

The show depicts many obscure aspects of Lord Hanuman, including the purpose of his life. The makers have promised to air new episodes on TV soon.

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