Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin’s team continue touring show after their set was gutted on Friday

A huge fire destroyed the set of Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin on Friday night Fortunately there were no casualties, but the team members lost most of their belongings which they had brought to the set that day.
But as they say, the show must go on. Ghum’s actors and technicians are back to work. In fact they started shooting the next day. A source says, “Filming hasn’t stopped. Work started on Saturday. The original set has completely burned down, so filming is taking place on another set in Film City, which is quite similar to the original. Some scenes are being even filmed outdoors. So the continuity of the story is maintained and it can’t be said that there was such a serious accident two days ago.”

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Meanwhile, the fire has drawn attention to how safe televisions are, especially when filming fire sequences. Producer JD Majethia who is the president of the Indian Film and Television Producers Council says, “There are guidelines regarding licensing and approvals before you start shooting on a set. These standards are respected by the manufacturers. We have to keep fire extinguishers on sets and make sure they are renewed every year. We need to get lights that don’t require too many wires because open wires are risky. As an industry, we need to look at options that can make our sets safer. This must be a collective responsibility, from the producer to every member of the unit, because a single mistake can endanger everyone.”


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