Happu Ki Ultan Paltan and Babhi Ji Ghar Par Hain have resumed the shoot in full swing. The shows are supposed to go on-air by the mid of July. While the Unlock 2.0 rolls out, most of us are still cozily snugged in our homes. Safety comes first and we only step out to fetch something that is necessary. But the entertainment industry has restarted due to the heavy demand and the actors are working extra hours now. The sets are sanitized and the crew working closely with the stars are wearing PPE kits. But is it still safe? Fighting against all odds, the actors ranging from stars like Himani Shivpuri, who are above 50 years and the younger child actors like Aryan Prajapati and Ekagrah Dwivedi are still jumping to the sets for the shoot.
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While it is still okay for the above 50 range as they understand the gravity of the situation and take due precautions, the children are playful and filled with energy, the tiny tot Aryan Prajapati has returned to carry on with his character of Hritik Singh (Daroga Happu Singh’s son). And ZEE5 is celebrating the #EntertainmentWarriors who are fighting against all odds to bring us the shows, series and films.
Aryan was seen in the Instagram story of his onscreen sister Malaika (Zahara Sethjiwala). The duo looked happy to see each other post the lockdown. They share a warm bond and look very joyous to meet again. We celebrate the strength and courage of the actors who have come out of the safety of their homes despite all the risk and are working to make us smile!
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