Daisy Shaw is in London (UK) shooting for her first project after the lifting of the second lockdown in India. Now back in Mumbai, she has resumed work on another project. “Now things look better and busier,” she says, as life returns to normal.
Ask her out well if she is no longer absorbed in the connection. Shaw says, “Not really. I feel like if anything happens, ghar pe bait ke bhi ho sakta hai. If this is going to happen, it will happen to you anywhere in the world. This does not mean that you should limit yourself to living your life. “
However, the 37-year-old quickly added that it was very necessary for safety standards because they were kept for a reason.
“You have to be careful with things. I’m not a person who believes in admitting themselves to their homes unless such rules are made when I’m in downtown,” the actor said.
In the current scenario the sanctions are lifted and life gradually returns to normal. In the midst of all this, the theater business is a sector that will not fully recover. Movies like Bell Bottom, Chehre And Head Released on the big screen, it has not yet been allowed to re-open key market cinema theaters like Limited Occupations and Maharashtra.
Although Shaw reserved her comment, she expressed concern that the decision could not be overstated by the actors.
“Actually I’m not the right person (to talk about this). The thing is, as actors, our job is to come on set, do the work, and then after the product is ready, the role of producers and distributors comes in. So now, the government is making the rules, and 50 percent capacity Yes, I’m sure it’s going to hit the box office a lot, but again, the situation that the producers can talk about is not about me, ”she said.