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Entertainment bandh!

All shootings and shows were cancelled in city on Monday.

entertainment Updated: Jul 06, 2010 15:10 IST
Rachana Dubey
Rachana Dubey
Hindustan Times

All those who had booked their tickets in advance for Monday, for any movie, any show, can catch it any time during the week,” says Devang Sampat of Cinemax. The decision was taken in the wake of the

Bharat Bandh

and its near total impact in the city. Sampat, however, points out that bookings for the first two shows on Monday were slow, since people were aware of the


. His chain of theatres, he adds, is insured against such



Rajan Shahi, producer of daily soaps like

Sapnaa Babul Ka Bidaai


Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai

on Star Plus, had initially planned evening-to-night shifts, but later cancelled them keeping in mind that actors and technicians, who lived across the city might find it difficult to reach the location. “To compensate for the day off, my teams have shot through the weekend,” he asserts.

Ditto Ekta Kapoor, who shot through Saturday and Sunday with any artistes from her shows,

Tere Liye

on Star Plus,

Pavitra Rishta

on Zee TV and

Sarvagun Sampanna

on Imagine, who were available. “Given that all these shows are dailies, stocking episodes is a problem,” she admits.

A source from Film City says that all bookings were cancelled. “No TV shows or films were shot on Monday,” he asserts.

Actress Ratan Rajput who plays Laali in the Zee TV daily,

Agle Janam Mohe Bitiya Hi Kijo

, was doing night shift the last two days. When contacted, post noon on Monday, she said she had just woken up and planned to catch up on lost sleep.