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Kids dictate rules on Master Chef

tv Updated: Aug 13, 2013 14:06 IST
Kavita Awaasthi
Kavita Awaasthi
Hindustan Times
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It is a known fact that while shooting a show which includes child artistes, television producers are extremely careful. And for the upcoming cooking reality show Junior MasterChef, makers are going that extra mile to ensure the kids have a great experience on the sets.

Apparently, a huge board has been put up at the entrance of the sets which states instructions and rules for the crew. An insider reveals, “Firstly, smoking is strictly prohibited in and around the studio. They have designated a particular area for smoking. Most importantly, the crew has been asked to never to shout at the kids even if they behave badly. They have to call and inform their parents instead.” The makers want to ensure the communication with children is open, clear and done through proper channels. Children are sensitive, and they also need to be guided on the sets as they wouldn’t know the way a production unit functions.

The source further adds that the crew is asked to avoid using profane language on the sets. “They have been told to never raise their voice, as it might startle the children.” says the source. While there is a contestant manager to handle kids, no one from the crew is allowed to interact with kids.