Rajinikanth Says "No" To TFPC Strike
Rajinikanth Expresses His Views On The Ongoing TFPC Strike - With the strike in effect right now from March 16, various opinions on the issue have been expressed by many in the Tamil film fraternity.
By Vivek Raj | Galatta | March 21, 2018 16:59 PM IST
Tamil cinema is at present going through a major crisis after the Tamil Film Producers Council (TFPC) announced a strike calling for production as well as post-production works on all films to be brought to an immediate halt. With the strike in effect right now from March 16, various opinions on the issue have been expressed by many in the Tamil film fraternity.
Meanwhile, 'Superstar' Rajinikanth, who returned to Chennai after his visit to the Himalayas yesterday, had interacted with the press at the Chennai Airport.
During the press interaction, Rajinikanth was asked on his stance on the ongoing strike called by the TFPC.
Rajinikanth had issued a statement saying he does not support the strike and that work should not be brought to a stop.
Furthermore, the 'Superstar' stated he hopes the strike comes to an end soon and that work resumes soon on all films.