The Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) has decided to officially stop all shoots on Sunday from March 19 to 31 due to coronaviruses. All the big organizations of the film industry met on Sunday. It includes Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE), Indian Motion Pictures Producers Association (IMPPA), members of Western India Film Producers Association (WIFPA), IFPTC and Guild. In the meeting, the producers have been told that if they are shooting anywhere in the country or abroad, then bring their unit back from there.
The meeting was attended by Ashok Dubey, National President of All India Film Employees Confederation and General Secretary of Federation of Western India Cine Employees and Ashok Pandit of Association of Chief Advisers and Directors of Federation, TP Aggarwal, President of Impa, Executive Member Abhay Sinha and Western India Film Producers Sangram Shirke, President of the Association and J of IFPTC Mr. Majithia, producers were Tinu Verma, Pradeep Singh and officials of the Guild.
The Federation of Western India Cine Employees has over five lakh members. It has also been decided in the meeting that manufacturers take precautionary measures on shooting locations to prevent coronavirus. Arrange sanitizer and mask at all shooting spots and pay attention to cleanliness. A decision will be taken after the meeting once again on March 30 for when the shooting will resume.