Rajasthan Allows Film Shooting In The State


The Rajasthan government on Wednesday allowed filmmakers to shoot in the state.

In a circular, Alok Gupta, General Secretary for Tourism, issued detailed measures that producers must follow in the face of the pandemic.

  • According to the SOPs, shooting in containment or buffer zones is not permitted.
  • Likewise, no permission is given for filming in residential areas and densely populated areas.
  • The size of the crew should not exceed 50 and everyone must download the Aarogya Setu app on their mobile phone.
  • Masks, gloves, and disinfectants are a must for all members, while the crew must have a Covid-19 desk to help people with coronavirus symptoms and monitor measures against infection.

According to the government, filming is a source of income for the state.

Films such as PK, Mardaani-2, Manikarnika, Super-30, Dabangg-3, were shot in Rajasthan in recent past.


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Manish Khandelwal
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