Kannan says, “I took my first dose just before I started shooting for the remake of The Great Indian Kitchen. I took the jab and went to the set within a few days. We followed complete safety protocols and ensured social distancing when we were on the set, but not shooting. I completed the shoot and took the second dose. I think I took both the jabs within a gap of 30 days. In fact, it’s almost 15 days since I’ve been completely vaccinated and I’m feeling fine. I’d urge every to get vaccinated, take care and stay home safe amid this second wave.”
Meanwhile, on the work front, Kannan has completed the shooting of The Great Indian Kitchen’s remake, which stars Aishwarya Rajesh and Rahul Ravindran in the lead. The film is set against the backdrop of Karaikudi, and the team had erected a massive set in Chennai itself to shoot the interior portions. “We had plans of going to Karaikudi for the whole film, but felt it was better to shoot in the city because we didn’t want to risk anybody’s health by travelling,” he had told us before.