Last month, the government of Maharashtra allowed resumption of shootings for films and television shows in areas that are not affected by the novel coronavirus.
The government issued a 16-page list of directives to be followed during shooting activities. The guidelines require the cast and crew to regularly sanitize their hands, wear masks and gloves, and follow social distancing norms.
Reportedly, Sadak 2's team is just one song shy of completing the shoot.
Mukesh told Mid-Day that they are planning to resume shooting by the first week of July. He added that they recently got the permission from the Film City and are now looking for a studio to film the song.
"So, we are putting things in order," the producer told the publication.
The report adds that the song was originally planned to be filmed in Ooty. However, the makers are now planning some changes so as to enable the shoot at a studio, in compliance with the government's guidelines.
Meanwhile, other films that are reportedly looking to soon resume shooting include Abhishek Bachchan-starrer The Big Bull, Sanjay Gupta's ambitious gangster thriller Mumbai Saga, Ranbir Kapoor-starrer action movie Shamshera, and Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Gangubai Kathiawadi, among others.