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The strike proclaimed by the FWICE — Federation of Western Indian Cine Employees, has brought shooting of some top of the line Bollywood motion pictures to an emotional quit including SRK’s Dilwale, Aamir Khan’s Dangal, Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Bajirao Mastani and Ashutosh Gowariker’s Mohenjodaro highlighting Hrithik Roshan. Talking just to Indian Express on the same, Kamlesh Pandey, President of FWICE said: “Shooting in Hyderabad, Cochin, and all around else have stopped.
Our essential body, association of All India Film Employees Confederation (AIFEC) met us a few days back and swore their sponsorship. It was picked that if anyone shoots outside Mumbai while the strike is in headway here, workers will strike there as well.” When asked in the matter of whether any sponsorship has come nearer from Aamir, SRK, and other heavy hitter creators, Kamlesh said: “Yes, Aamir, SRK, Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Ashutosh Gowariker, Vipul Shah and all other knowlegable people are supporting us. They know why we are striking and that is the reason they have stopped shooting.” While various authorities are on a dubious strike outside filmcity, sporadic shoots are still on. Tending to the same, Kamlesh said: “Shooting is still on at a couple spots. There is tremendous weight on our workers and they have been told by producers that if you don’t come to work today, completely never come in future. In a country where there is a huge amount of unemployment, by what means would somebody have the capacity to manage without his work. Along these lines, the people who are shooting, we grasp their situation and they are not traitors for us. They have our sensitivities nor are we going to make any move against them.” Since morning, the protesters have been striking 150 meters a long way from the passage of filmcity according to the rules stipulated by the Bombay High Court. Clarifying on their solicitations, Kamlesh said, “Our solicitations are clear and not ludicrous. No worker will work over their 12 hour shift. Work laws stipulate an eight hour move however seeing the timetable and techniques for the TV business we agreed for 12 hours. Instantly the creators are asking for it to be raised to 16 hours. That is uncouth. We also require every second Sunday off and will shoot only if there ought to emerge an event of an emergency. Also our pros are not paid for a period of 90 days. How might they suspect that us will get by?” For the event, the strike looks set to continue with uncertainly till the MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) is stamped which will make the creators agree to the terms determined
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