Vidya Balan opens up about resuming work after lockdown, says it feels wonderful to be back on set | Hindi Movie News

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Vidya Balan is one of the actresses in Bollywood to have stepped out for work after being at home for three months due to coronavirus pandemic and lockdown. She recently opened up about her experience and the new normal in an interview with a news portal.
Talking about the same, she reportedly said that she felt wonderful to be back on set. She revealed that everyone on the set was in PPE kits and was working while maintaining social distance. All the precautions were being taken and guidelines were being followed. There was a sanitisation booth and temperatures were checked regularly, too.

According to her, everyone realised the seriousness of the situation and are all trying to do the best they can. She stated that it is a new experience but she is very happy to have stepped out for work.

Elaborating more, she added that she hopes that when everyone starts working in full force, they are not reckless but careful. According to her, all of us, at some point, will have to adapt to the situation and will have to slowly get back to normalcy. She also urged fans to be responsible and cautious and work around the virus, till it lasts.

The actresses also reportedly said that she is glad they made this start. She revealed that she wasn’t wearing a mask as she was in front of the camera but wearing it all day is tough and at times. According to her, if people are worried about themselves and want to keep safe, then precautions have to be taken. There are so many things to think of. It is tough but not impossible. She also added that getting back to work slowly will also mean that people feel better- in terms of- just being out there working and earning, too.

On the work front, Vidya will next be seen in ‘Shakuntala Devi – The Human Computer’. The film also stars Sanya Malhotra in a key role.



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