The Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) has decided to hold an online meeting with its subsidiary unions IMPPA, IFTPC, Guild, WIFPA and channels Zee TV, Colors, Star TV and Sony TV by issuing a press release. In this meeting, there will be an in-depth discussion with producers and broadcasters on all profits and losses in the wake of the Corona crisis. Significantly, due to the Corona epidemic, film producers, television producers and channels are suffering huge losses.
FWICE has also made it clear in its press release that shooting cannot be started until the government or the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting releases the health safety guidelines. Only after this meeting is done will a forward strategy be made. According to Federation of Western India Cine Employees President BN Tiwari, General Secretary Ashok Dubey and Treasurer Gangeshwarlal Srivastava and Chief Advisor Ashok Pandit, shooting starts in the post-lockdown environment and workers and all technicians return to work, though many stars including Salman Khan Has extended a helping hand towards the laborers working in the film industry, but still a lot of workers, They have migrated to their villages. Getting them back on time is also a challenge.
The Federation (FWICE) wants to enforce all kinds of regulations in view of the health and safety of the workers and technicians during the shooting and also take full care of their economic interests. The way the shooting was going on till now, a lot of changes will have to be made in the conditions. What will be the new measurement penalties, how and how effective they will be, it will be a matter of fact as well as what kind of rules all these concerned institutions make and health, What guide lines the ministry comes in, it will be decided at the time.