On Saturday, General Secretary of Federation of Western India Cinema Employees (FYCE) Ashok Dubey told that Abhinav Kashyap, a member of IFTDA (Indian Films and Television Directors Association), should contact him to resolve the issue.
Dabangg director Abhinav Kashyap has previously spoken out against Salman Khan and his family and accused him of ruining his career. In response to Kashyap’s allegations, Sohail Khan has filed a defamation suit against him.
Today, Ashok Dubey, General Secretary of Federation of Western India Cinema Employees (FWCE), Abhinav Kashyap, a member of IFTDA (Indian Films and Television Directors Association), has said that he would like to address the issue.
He never contacted the association, we only learned about it when he wrote on his social media platform. He still hasn’t contacted any of us. When a member complains, the body looks into the matter and tries to help the member in every way possible. But we cannot help without complaint. ”
IFTDA President Ashok Pandit told that whenever a director or producer or any other technician has a problem, they can contact the body because it is “like a family”. After a complaint, they write to the other party, and the two get together and try to find a solution.
Pandit said that Arbaaz Khan had written to IMPPA (Indian Motion Pictures Producers Association) to “take action on the allegations.” “He’s also going to write to IFTDA. He’s also a member of us, so if a member comes to us with their problem, as an association, we’re always available to help. Everything we have on the table is open, fair, and safe. Huh.”
Asked about the reason for the solidarity of the fence amid controversy, Dubey said, “Salman Bhai has always helped the federation and all its members.” He helps the technicians every time, so we decided to support his workers. Not only during COVID-19, but he has also helped technicians and their families in the past. He is the first person to help when a person has a medical emergency. Even during the lockdown, he transferred money directly to 23,000 workers and technicians. Without getting into his internal politics, we would like to thank him for his gestures. ”