Yesterday looked to be a double blow for TV viewers, as news of not one, but two series going off the air reached the web actually soon. Shaadi Mubarak and Baal Veer Returns have been taken off in the sky. On the one side, Manav Gohil of Shaadi Mubarak accepted the news and stated that it was awful; on the other hand, actor Dev Joshi aka Baal Veer had something to say about it.
Watch Online BiggBoss 17 Today Episode Joshi told ETimes TV, “The kind of show we’re doing requires a lot of people and a lot of space.” In these epidemic times, the production studio has chosen to take a pause for our own protection. Yesterday evening, I received a mail about this.Now I’m waiting and expecting to resume shooting quickly when things calm down a little.” When asked about rumors that the show may not return, he answers, “I haven’t received any communication like that.”
“In a way, it’s good that we’re not shooting,” he continued. Outside, the situation gets worse, and with new infections like the black fungus, I am wary of shooting. It is preferable that we remain at home and protected in order to combat this.”
The lockdown has been a struggle for everyone, with a variety of applications attempting to make the most of it by shooting in difficult conditions and keeping everyone interested.
However, this has resulted in the abrupt termination of a few others. BiggBoss Live Stearming Last year’s lockdown saw the regrettable pattern of several shows going off-air without any true closure to the show while it was in lockdown.
While this pattern hasn’t been as nasty this time around, many projects are confronting this challenge. The most recent addition to this list is
Sab TV welcomes back Baalveer. The show, which was a before sequel to BaalVeer, debuted in September 2019 and was doing well.Everyone has struggled with the lockdown, with a number of applications seeking to capitalize on it by photographing in tough settings and keeping everyone engaged. BiggBoss Session 17
This has, however, resulted in the abrupt conclusion of a few others. During last year’s lockdown, some shows went off-air without any genuine end to the show while it was in lockdown.
While this tendency hasn’t been as bad this time, many projects are still dealing with it. This list’s most recent entry is
Baalveer returns to Sab TV. The show, which is a prequel to BaalVeer, released in September 2019 and was performing well.