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Amit Sharma:“The Maidaan Set Is Damaged, Our Morale Isn’t” |

Amit Sharma:“The Maidaan Set Is Damaged, Our Morale Isn’t”

 The torrential rains in Mumbai have  caused havoc to  property and  humankind. The large  football-stadium set of  director Amit Sharma’s Maidaan where  he was scheduled  to shoot India playing against  various international teams, has been  damaged by the rains.

 How  serious is  the damage ?

“It is  pretty  bad. We’re all  under shock. But  luckily I’ve a very  supportive producer. Boney Kapoor Sir was my first producer. He  was  as  supportive  and generous  when  I made my first  film Tevar. We are now  working on  minimizing the damage and  restoring the set  as soon  as possible,” says  Amit.

As for returning to shooting, “It  would depend on when  the  lockdown is  over.Also  the  monsoons are around the corner.We don’t want  the set to be washed  away again. So it is   a tricky situation.When  the set was damaged  I was devastated.  How much more  is  God going to   test our…

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