Actress 'fined' for using mobile phone of the sets!
To ensure a smooth and systematic flow during shoots, the makers have come up with a rule that mobile phones must be turned off on the sets, a source said.
If anyone's phone -- be it the producer, director, actor or crew -- is found ringing, as a punishment one has to pay Rs 500 penalty. When the amount is sufficient, there's a treat to all, the source added.
Sneha had one such experience too.
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"The penalty which I had to pay was Rs 500, but I decided to treat the entire unit to ice-creams."
Sneha says, "A lesson learnt from the incident is now my phone is always on silent mode while we are shooting."
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