• Garima Gaur

As Maharashtra Lockdown Eases, Amitabh Bachchan and Neena Gupta Resumes Work for "Goodbye"

If you were waiting to see Big B on the screen, then your wait is over. A week after the Maharashtra Government has allowed the film and TV industry to restart their product activities keeping in mind COVID-19 protocols, Amitabh Bachchan and Neena Gupta started working on their upcoming film ‘Goodbye’.

The shooting of ‘Goodbye’ came to a halt due to the second wave of the pandemic. According to the reports, the actors including Amitabh Bachchan, Neena Gupta, and south start Rashmila Mandanna resumed work.

Amitabh Bachhan posted a selfie wearing a mask on Instagram. He wrote, “Seven AM... Driving to work... The first day shooting after lockdown 2.0 on with the Pangolin mask.. and the manifestation: 'every day in every way things will get better and better and better,”

Bacchan has earlier informed the fans in his blog that the entire crew of Goodbye has been vaccinated and they are taking extreme precautions.

Neena Gupta also shared a video on Instagram while entering her vanity van. She captioned the post, “Back to shoot”.

This is the first time that Big B and Rashmika will share the big screen. It will be Rashmika’s second film in Bollywood and she is already shooting for her first film, ‘Mission Majnu’, co-starring Sidharth Malhotra in the lead role.

TV actor Shivin Narang will be seen first time on the big screen featuring in the movie ‘Goodbye’.

Maharashtra government took a U-turn on unlock plan in the state and has decided to ease the lockdown based on the positivity rate and the availability of oxygen beds in hospitals. Maharashtra government has issued measures on June 5 and they have allowed the entertainment industry to begin shooting with a time limit of 5 pm, keeping all the necessary COVID-19 safety rules in mind.

Goodbye is an upcoming Bollywood movie and film directed by Vikas Bahl and produced by Balaji Motion Pictures and Reliance Entertainment.

Amitabh Bachchan has many movies in his pipeline like Ayan Mukerji’s ‘Brahmastra’, Rumy Jafry’s ‘Chehre’ and Nagraj Manjule’s ‘Jhund’.