After FEFSI strike hits Kaala shooting, Rajinikanth asks for a quick solution


As many as 1000 employees of FEFSI participated in the strike that was launched on Tuesday, affecting the shooting of about 40 films, said reports. Rajinikanth’s statement comes a day after the shooting of his upcoming film Kaala was stopped due to the indefinite strike announced by the FEFSI. Whatever the problem is one should solve it through peaceful dialogues, irrespective of one’s personal likes and dislikes. Senior actor Easwari Rao will be playing Rajinikanth’s wife in the film. 2017-08-02T15:53:58+00:00″>
Published:August 2, 2017 3:53 pm

Rajinikanth reacts to FEFSI strike

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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd “Work stoppage is one of the things that I don’t like. As a senior actor, I request members of FEFSI and Tamil Film Producers’ Council (TPFC) to discuss and find a solution to the dispute very soon,” Rajinikanth said in a statement. #Thalaivar #Superstar #Rajinikanth‘s kind request to the #FEFSI members & Producer Council to take action regarding the #FefsiStrike pic.twitter.com/XHPY5tAp2b
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Kaala is directed by Pa Ranjith and it has a huge star cast including Nana Patekar, Huma Qureshi, Samuthirakani, Pankaj Tripathi among others. Vishal has said the TPFC was exploring other alternative options to help the films to resume their outdoor shooting. FEFSI went on strike demanding wage revision and against the decision of TFPC to hire workers of their choice and not source those owing allegiance to the former. It has music by Santhosh Narayanan and is bankrolled by Dhanush’s Wunderbar Films.