Show Time : After Ravi Dubey and Sargun Mehta starred in Badshah's music video during lockdown depicting their love-hate story, another favorite Television real-life couple Yash Sinha and Amrapali Sinha are also giving their fans a gift of a music video. Indian Idol fame Amitabh Narain's track Teri Bindiya stars the couple where the song has been shot entirely in their apartment during the lockdown. Yash Sinha talked about the magnificent experience that this song shoot gave them.
Because of the nationwide lockdown in place, Yash and Amrapali had to shoot the video completely at their house without anyone assisting them because of the social distancing in place. Yash recalls, "We have been at our place for more than 2 months and the situation right now is really saddening, especially in Maharashtra. The lockdown has affected all aspects of our lives and changed the perception of our work entirely."
"As an actor, we feel deprived of the love of the fans and wanted to give them something new. So, we asked our dear friend Amitabh, if he has any track that would be suitable to star us as a couple and he told us about Teri Bindiya and we loved it. The entire video was shot in our apartment with the help of my iPhone. We adjusted the lighting and decor in our house to look like a shooting set. Also, thankfully Amrapali is adept in makeup and hair, so we did have some help in that department. It was fun to shoot it in our place and our friends in their respective fields helped us with choreography, editing, and shooting", Yash exclaims.
The couple talks about the expectations from their first duet couple music video, "We are planning to release the video on 29th May as we gifted the teaser to our fans on Eid. As actors, we crave to be in front of our fans and garner their love and support. During the lockdown, because of the shoots being cancelled and delayed, we were thinking of ways to connect with the audience and found the way through this very romantic music video. We do expect that the audience just loves this music video."
Maharashtra CM has recently asked the TV and entertainment industry to get back to shooting with a proper action plan. Yash also suggests that TV industry shoots should be resumed as soon as possible with proper health care advisories, "During the lockdown, people have been sitting at home and TV serials have come to their rescue for curing the boredom. I believe the television industry shooting would be resumed as early as possible as it doesn't need many hassles to go ahead with. Movies if shot would have to be released in cinema halls and those would I guess take time to reopen. So, the TV industry is soon going to be back to shoots with proper health guidelines for the safety of the crew and actors."