The Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) has banned well-known film director Ram Gopal Varma. He is accused of not paying the arrears of Rs 1.25 crore to many artists, technicians and laborers.
It is worth mentioning that 32 organizations associated with different genres work under the FWICE and all of them have now decided not to work with Ram Gopal Varma and cooperate with him in the shooting.
President of FWICE B.R. N. Tiwari, the secretary of the organization Ashok Dubey and the trader Gangeshwar Lal Srivastava had already sent a law notice to Ram Gopal Varma in connection with the outstanding dues. But all the office bearers of the organization have alleged that Ram Gopal Varma neither replied to his legal notice nor paid the outstanding amount.
According to the organization, a legal notice sent by the organization to Ram Gopal Varma was received on 17 September 2020. In this notice, the names and other information of all those technicians, artists and laborers are still pending.
FWICE says that even before this, the organization had given several times to Ramgopal Varma to write and pay the letter, but he refused to take delivery of any letter.
B. N. Talking to ABP News on this issue, Tiwari said, “Recently Ramgopal Varma was seen shooting in Goa. In this connection, we also wrote a letter to the Chief Minister of Goa on September 10. Until Ramgopal Varma cast. , Do not pay the arrears of technicians and laborers, people associated with our organization will not work with them.
In this case we have also informed the Indian Motion Pictures Producers Association (IMPAA) and the Producers Guild India. “
When ABP News approached Ram Gopal Varma to get his favor regarding FWICE banning, there was no response from him until the news was written.
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