Salman Khan involves the rescue of the MSAA
Finally, there is plenty of help coming the way of Movie Stunt Artistes Association (MSAA). Salman Khan and Netflix India have finally taken it after themselves to greatly help out the stunt artistes authorized under the association. Action director Aejaz Gulab, who is the General Secretary of the association, said that the association hadn't received any help as yet, adding, "Nowadays, we are getting help from Salman Khan, and the amount of money will become transferred in to the accounts of our participants. Possibly Netflix will be aiding our association hence there is some relief for members who've been sitting in the home without work''.
During the primary lockdown, actors like Tiger Shroff and Ajay Devgn experienced extended help the stunt artistes. Ajay, who's the son of actions director Veeru Devgan, had transferred Rs 5000 to about 350 fighters of the Motion picture Stunt Artistes Association. Tiger, who's recognized to perform his private stunts, had distributed important ration to 250 participants of the association.
Bollywood's khiladi Akshay Kumar also continues to greatly help them out by paying an insurance cover for all your 616 people of the association. When issues are common, a stunt artiste earns about Rs 9000 per shift, which includes conveyance fees. Almost all of the members of the association are in rented flats. Considering fitness is the basic requirement of the job for them, they must maintain a certain lifestyle and follow a specific diet. Doing this had become extremely challenging for them through the lockdown.
Even though shoots resume, Covid recommendations won't allow crowding in sets, consequently, stunt artistes will need to wait before they can go back to sets. Keeping this at heart, the fraternity appears to be performing their best to greatly help them in instances of distress in order that they can tide over the crisis.