Courtesy : Times of India
Even though technically we are just over a week away from the end of the official 21 day lockdown in India, some people are smart enough to understand that we are in this for the long haul.
That's also what actor Mahesh Thakur believes as he opened up on the same in an interview with Iwmbuzz.
"First, other essential services (agriculture, textile) will be allowed to resume operations; our sectoral priority comes last in the list. Nobody dies if films or TV content remains suspended for a longer duration. And even if that happens, I don’t see people trooping into the cinema to watch their fav unless this virus fear abates. The big multiplex chains will have to take a lot of financial pain. New projects will take at least six months before taking off. You also need to understand that our TV industry is heavily dependent on advertisement revenue. Major spenders like FMCG who themselves have suffered due to lockdown will think twice before committing more monies" he said.
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