Theaters Missing Due To Corona? This Technique Will Give Cinematic Experience

theaters missing due to corona this technique will give cinematic experience
Posted on 25/Jun/2020 Shubhi

The corona virus has caused huge damage to economies around the world, but some countries are slowly moving towards normal conditions. Recently it was announced that theaters are being opened in the corona-free country New Zealand, but even in the US where the corona virus continues to wreak havoc, theaters owners are adopting a unique experiment. Special care is still being taken of social distancing and cleanliness there.

Drive-in movie theaters are one such experiment. This means that for those people who miss watching movies on the giant screen, this experiment can prove to be very effective, provided you have a car. Many theater chains in America are very positive about this experiment. In the concept of Drive in Movie Theaters, people put their vehicles in front of the screens of theaters and can enjoy the film only by sitting in their car.

This experiment will reduce the risk of corona

This experiment can be very popular among such people who like to watch movies with their family. Since people do not have to get out of their car and do not come in contact with other people, the risk of corona virus can be minimized and by following the corona virus protocol, you can comfortably follow the film on the big screen. Can be enjoyed.

Keeping in mind the social distancing, there are some rules of drive-in theaters which need to be followed. For example tickets can be purchased only online, in case of exiting the car, it is mandatory to leave with a mask. It is important to park the cars at a certain distance. There are different rules in these theaters regarding food and drink as well. Apart from this, it is ensured that the restrooms present here are constantly cleaned.

Talking about America, drive-in theaters have been arranged in various cities like California, Virginia, Maryland, Florida, New York. It will have to be seen when this concept knocks in Corona virus stricken India.

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Deepika Singh's Mother Who Returned Home From Corona, Thanks To CM Kejriwal

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Posted on 25/Jun/2020 Shubhi

Actress Deepika Singh Goyal, who appeared in the role of Sandhya in the serial Diya Aur Baati Hum, came into the discussion when she informed about her mother being Corona positive. Deepika appealed to Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal to arrange for a bed in the hospital for her mother.

Deepika's mother returned home after recovering from Corona

Now GoodNews is that Deepika's mother has recovered from Corona. Deepika has given this information on her social media account. Also, the actress has thanked CM Kejriwal. Deepika tweeted and wrote- My heartfelt thanks to those who pray for my mother. My mother has now returned home and she is safe. I will be grateful to those who supported me at this time. Thank you from the heart In this tweet, Deepika has tagged Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodio.

Deepika has also thanked everyone by writing a long post on Insta. The actress shared a picture with her mother and grandmother. Here Deepika told that she is praying for her grandmother to recover. Because his grandmother was also found to be Corona positive. He is still in the hospital. Deepika has thanked the Delhi government wholeheartedly in her Insta post.

Talking about Deepika's workfront, she was seen in the supernatural show Kavach after Diya and Baati Hum. Deepika also participated in the dance show Nach Baliye. Deepika is still known by her role of Sandhya Bindani.

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Sushmita Sen raised a question upon nepotism : Is this something that we have just realised?

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Posted on 25/Jun/2020 Riya

Whether nepotism existed in the entertainment industry or not, but post Sushant Singh Rajput's sudden demise by suicide, the debate on the topic has surely gained momentum. People including celebs are coming in open to talk about the same and sharing their take on it. The recent one to join is Sushmita Sen, who recently made her comeback with web series Aarya. Sushmita not just talked about nepotism but also raised a question. She also talked about the issue of outsiders finding a place for themselves in the industry. 

While interacting with PTI, Sushmita said that competition between insiders and outsiders is not new and but what’s important is that it should be a 'fair game for everyone'. 

Talking about nepotism, Sushmita was quoted as saying, "There has been a discussion about it all over the media and everywhere at this moment. But, we all have been enduring it, it is not new. Is this something that we have just realised? That competitiveness - or now everybody says this word 'nepotism' - is a truth you have known for as long as the industry has existed. With awareness, social and digital space, it has increased thousands of folds." 

Sushmita also made a point that when a crisis hits, one shouldn't pinpoint fingers at each other. She stated that people shouldn't be destructive or envious of other people’s success be it any profession. 

Sushmita also advised that nepotism should not just be a hashtag and if it needs to change, then all of us need to take responsibility, not just one person.

Talking about Sushmita's professional front, the actress recently made her comeback after a gap of 10-year. Her web series Aarya has been garnering a lot of praise and appreciation. Sushmita's fans are overjoyed seeing their favourite return on the screen. Aarya released on the OTT platform on June 19 

Manoj Bajpayee speaks on Nepotism : Rectify or you will keep getting flak

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Posted on 25/Jun/2020 Riya

The sudden demise of actor Sushant Singh Rajput has given the voice to celebs to talk about their struggles and how they found it difficult to make their place in the entertainment industry. Several celebs including Kangana Ranaut and Abhay Deol have opened up about the existence of nepotism in the industry. Recently, actor Manoj Bajpayee also joined the debate and shared how 'the industry celebrates mediocrity and ignores those that are actually talented'.

Manoj stated that the world is not fair. The actor also stated that he has been saying this for 20 years that the industry celebrates 'mediocrity'. While talking to WION, Manoj said, "When we see talent, we immediately want to ignore or push it away. This is the value system of ours which is so deplorable. I have said it before that this industry has wasted talent; so much that in any other country those talents who have not been given their due here, would have been known as the best actors of the world. But we don’t care." 

Manoj further revealed that he is not blaming someone as he himself is a part of the industry. The actor stated that he has shared the same in his previous interviews as well that the industry needs to look inward and rectify the issue. "Rectify, or you will keep getting flak for it, cursed for it, and will keep on losing the respect of the common people," added Manoj. 

Manoj also stated that he survived in the industry because he is thick-skinned and ‘the son of a different mother’. He also talked about the small scale films and said that they are not mentioned properly and if they start to do well, they are immediately pulled down. Post Sushant's demise, Manoj has shared his disbelief hearing the sad news.  

On the work front, the actor was last seen in web series Mrs Serial Killer alongside Jacqueline Fernandez and Mohit Raina.