Film industry has been closed for two months, FWICE demands Maharashtra CM to start work

The havoc of the corona virus is increasing in India, in which the situation in Maharashtra is very worrying. The number of patients in Maharashtra is continuously increasing at a high speed, due to which many cities of Maharashtra are completely stopped.

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Due to this, the shooting of film and TV has also not started and the film industry is losing billions and Artist is facing financial crisis.

Now the Federation of Western India Cinema Employees has written to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray seeking permission to start the work of Mumbai Film Industry. In this letter sent on Tuesday, the Chief Minister has been asked to allow post-production work.

It is also written, ‘If permission is given for work like post-production, then it can be done in closed studios with minimum workfros and this will give great relief.

FWICE Chief Advisor Ashok Pandit said in the letter, ‘Like other economies, the film industry is going through an unprecedented economic crisis. We have to come back to work slowly, because we will not wait for the virus to go away. I don’t think it’s going to go soon.