Aditya Chopra Stars Vaccination Drive For Hindi Film Fraternity, Ushers Hope That Industry Will Restart Soon


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India’s
biggest
production
house,
Yash
Raj
Films,
had
pledged
to
vaccinate
the
members
of
the
Hindi
film
industry
and
we
have
confirmed
information
that
Aditya
Chopra
has
started
the
much-needed
vaccination
drive
that
will
enable
these
workers
to
resume
working.
This
ushers
in
a
massive
ray
of
hope
for
the
media
and
entertainment
industry
of
India
that
has
been
crippled
by
the
coronavirus
pandemic
since
last
year.

Aditya Chopra

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Aditya
Chopra
has
opened
the
doors
to
his
sprawling
YRF
studios
for
this
vaccination
drive
that
will
look
to
inoculate
at
least
4000
workers
in
its
first
phase.
YRF
has
pledged
that
it
will
do
its
best
to
vaccinate
30,000
registered
members
of
the
FWICE
(Federation
of
Western
India
Cine
Employees).
The
company
has
already
vaccinated
its
employees
in
an
earlier
drive
that
happened
within
the
YRF
Studios
in
Mumbai.

Akshaye
Widhani,
Senior
Vice
President,
Yash
Raj
Films,
says,
“After
inoculating
all
the
employees
at
YRF,
we
started
vaccinating
the
crew
members
of
our
films
and
we
are
now
delighted
to
have
started
the
vaccination
drive
for
the
Hindi
film
industry.
This
will
result
in
the
daily
wage
earners
of
our
industry
to
return
to
work
and
provide
financial
stability
for
themselves
and
their
families.

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The
drive
will
have
to
take
place
in
phases,
given
the
huge
number
of
vaccines
that
are
required
to
cover
the
industry.
In
the
first
phase,
that
starts
today,
we
would
be
able
to
inoculate
at
least
3500-4000
people.
YRF
is
committed
to
provide
a
helping
hand
in
restarting
the
industry
that
has
been
hit
hard
by
the
pandemic.”

Story first published: Tuesday, June 8, 2021, 15:13 [IST]



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