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Aditya Chopra will get the members of the entire Hindi film industry to get the corona vaccine

India’s largest production house, Yash Raj Films (VRF) had promised to vaccinate members of the Hindi film industry and it has been confirmed that Aditya Chopra has launched the much-needed vaccination campaign that will help these workers to return to work. will enable you to start over. This leads to a huge ray of hope for India’s media and entertainment industry which has been crippled by the coronavirus pandemic since last year.

Notably, Yash Raj Films has urged Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to allow the company to procure 60,000 COVID-19 vaccines and take care of all expenses related to the vaccination program for these workers.

Aditya Chopra has opened the doors of his huge YRF studio for this vaccination campaign, which will try to vaccinate at least 4000 workers in its first phase. YRF has promised that it will do its best to vaccinate 30,000 registered members of FWICE (Federation of Western India Cine Employees). The company has already vaccinated its employees in a campaign inside YRF studios in Mumbai.

Commenting on the developments, Akshay Vidhani, Senior Vice President, Yash Raj Films says, “After vaccinating all the staff at YRF, we started vaccinating the crew members of our films and now we are getting vaccinated for Hindi film. Glad to start the campaign. industry. This will result in daily wage workers of our industry returning to work and providing financial stability for themselves and their families. Given the large number of vaccines required to cover the industry, the campaign will have to be completed in phases. In the first phase, which is starting from today, we will be able to vaccinate at least 3500-4000 people. YRF is committed to helping the industry restart which has been badly hit by the pandemic. “


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