New Delhi Coronavirus Crisis: The situation is not right now due to the corona virus. People are off work due to the lockdown. In such a situation, the problem of livelihood is standing in front of people. The epidemic has affected the daily wage workers most on the economic front. The number of such wage workers in the entertainment industry is quite high. People are coming forward to help them. Meanwhile, Netflix, one of the world's largest online streaming platforms, has announced the help of Indian Daily Wage Workers.
According to news agency PTI, Netflix on Saturday announced an aid of Rs 7.5 crore. Netflix will pay the money in a relief fund created by the Producers Guild of India. The fund is created to help the daily wage workers working in the entertainment industry. This relief fund was announced when the shooting was stopped about a month ago. Through this, people working in the TV industry are being helped for short term.
Talking to news agency PTI, a Netflix spokesperson said, "We are fortunate to collaborate with the Producers Guild of India to help the most influential people in TV and film production - from electricians to makeup artists and Spot Boy." Crews operating in India have been critical to Netflix's success. We want to help those who need it in this unprecedented time. '
Significantly, before India, Netflix has come forward to help Corona virus affected daily wage workers globally. Has announced a $ 100 million relief fund for those working for film and production around the world. Apart from this, Amazon Prime Video is also helping PM Care Fund through a non-profit organization (NGO).
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