Who is in more loss with Janata Curfew during Coronavirus outbreak

The daily wage workers are affected much due to this Janata Curfew lockdown. Tollywood is also on loss check out how much loss it it running.
Written By Siddhu Manchikanti | Updated: March 24, 2020 10:02 IST
Who is in more loss with Janata Curfew during Coronavirus outbreak

Corona is an epidemic. It is even better if the groups are not anchored. That is why the govt has implemented Janatha curfew. India is currently battling against coronavirus. Modi 's 'Janata Curfew' call implemented effectively.

All the major roads in the country have also become barren. The people have confined to houses. Now it's going to be ideal for the whole world. If the government made this decision in the initial stage Italy and America might be out of danger. This is the view we are able to hear from everyone now. There are those who say that preventing the corona is very easy if we follow the curfew.
The Indian film industry is staring at a loss of 400 crores every weekend when cinema halls remain shut and shoots got halted, experts estimated. Tollywood alone has a loss of over Rs.75 crores.
“We are staring at a massive loss, but it can’t be above the health and well-being of consumers. Depending on how things go in the coming weeks, we’ll be grouping and figuring the next plan of action,” a senior producer said.
Already, the release of big-budget films like ‘Sooryavanshi’ and ‘83’ postponed indefinitely, while all shootings have halted till March 31. So, there is no work and no wages for character artists and daily wage workers. The daily wage workers are effected much due to this lockdown.
“The multiplex industry renders direct jobs to close to two lakh employees. Being a manpower-intensive industry, salaries form a massive operating expense, which has remained constant in these times. Over and above the salaries, the rent and maintenance charges, the electricity charges, and other administrative charges have delivered a massive blow to the cash position of the multiplex operators,” said the Multiplex Association of India (MAI), in a letter to PM Narendra Modi, seeking relief.