On March 16, FEFSI (Film Employees Federation of South India) declared that the business will close down uncertainly as a prudent step to forestall the spread of the novel coronavirus. Following this, several their laborers have lost positions because of the end underway and shooting.
Today (March 23), entertainer Sivakumar and his children Suriya and Karthi gave Rs 10 lakh to FEFSI laborers, who have lost their vocation due to the coronavirus pandemic.
FEFSI additionally released an announcement, encouraging VIPs to contribute some add up to the day by day wage laborers in the business. Suriya and his family were one of the firsts to approach and help them.
RK Selvamani, the leader of FEFSI, had prior said that they have concocted such a choice remembering the wellbeing of all individuals from the affiliations.
“There will be a colossal misfortune, however we should stand joined on this issue. We care about our laborers more than anything. We demand all professionals and makers to regard our choice and drop every one of their shoots from March 19,” read their announcement.
Numerous Tamil movies, including Vikram’s Cobra, Simbu’s Maanadu and Ajith’s Valimai, have dropped their abroad timetables in the midst of the coronavirus flare-up. The episode has negatively affected media outlets as film lobbies have been closed and film discharges are being pushed uncertainly.