Film employees’ wage row: Rajinikanth calls for talks to end stir

Prime News, National, Business, Chennai, August 2:- Tamil superstar Rajinikanth today objected to the strike by an employees’ federation of Tamil film industry over a wage dispute and called for talks to end the strike, which entered its second day today.

In a related development, Film Employees’ Federation of South India (FEFSI), which had given the strike call following differences with a producers’ body, pressed for “unconditional talks” to solve the impasse.

In a statement, Rajinikanth, currently shooting for his multi-lingual ‘Kaala,’ said “Strike is one among the words I don’t like. A solution can be found for any issue without giving space to personal egos and keeping in mind the general good.”

The veteran star urged FEFSI and Tamil Film Producers’ Council (TFPC) to hold talks and soon arrive at an “amicable solution.”

“This is my humble request as a senior artiste,” he added.

-(NGB, Inputs: Agencies)

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