Courtesy : Hindustan Times
In times of suriving this lockdown period, everyone has indeed tried their best to make the most of the situation. One of them and probably more important than a few others has been the situation of shoots. Even though leading TV shows have resumed shooting, the issue with film shoots continue to be a major question mark. However, even in this, several makers have indeed made the most of this lockdown where they have written, shot and presented shows and mini-series in these times.
The Gone Game, that premiered on Voot Select is one of them and it indeed has one of the most alluring cast to look at. From the likes of Arjun Mathur to Shweta Tripathi and Rukhsar Rehman to Sanjay Kapoor, all performances are being appreciated indeed.
And talking about Kapoor, the actor is playing a second innings of sorts where he has managed to be a part of several projects in the past couple of years, The Gone Game being the latest. Talking about the same and the experience of shooting in lockdown, he said, “Well, I wouldn’t really say it was difficult. More than difficult, it was intriguing and a fantastic experience for me. In fact, I think that The Gone Game was a blessing in disguise for me during the lockdown as it certainly managed to keep me busy. Otherwise, I haven’t really gone out at all to ensure I am safe. So in a way, it has kept me busy and I learnt new things. It’s been 30 years that I faced the camera for the first time and the joy of still learning something new is what I love the most.”