Bappy Chowdhury is one of the most mainstream film entertainers in Bangladesh. A few of his movies are anticipating their discharges, while others are in progress.
Bappy begins going for his forthcoming film
Because of the pandemic, the film shoots were deferred. As of late, Bappy began going for another film. In a real to life visit with The Daily Star, the entertainer discusses his up and coming endeavors and then some.
I as of late began dealing with the movie, Covid-19 in Bangladesh, co-featuring Adhora Khan and coordinated by Ohiduzzaman Diamond. The story fundamentally centers around Covid-19 and our lives around it. We completed the main day of take shots at the Kamalapur Railway Station, when the trains weren't in activity. The following shoot was inside. I am assuming the job of a specialist named Kabir.
What sort of security measures did the cast and team taking on the sets?
We are keeping all the guidelines of social separating. Above all else, the unit comprised of just eight individuals and we as a whole wore covers while shooting. We followed all the best possible cleanliness measures and Adhora and I were the main on-screen characters in every scene. We did our own make up, with no group. We began taking shots at five in the first part of the day and labored for a few hours to maintain a strategic distance from swarms.
How are you investing energy at home during this pandemic?
I am normally practicing at home, watching films and talking with my relatives. Until we can make sure about an antibody for Covid-19, we need to live like this. We must be cautious, and keep up all the wellbeing rules for our security. I am attempting to remain as idealistic as Possible.