After ending Khatron Ke Khiladi 10 on a thrilling note, Rohit Shetty is back at hosting its miniseries titled Khatron Ke Khiladi-Made In India. The filmmaker, who was in Hyderabad for work purposes, has started shooting for the reality show. Farah Khan had stepped into his shoes for the initial episodes. Rohit, as soon as he resumed the show's shoot, he displayed his philanthropic side yet again. Well, yes.
Rohit, who left no stone unturned to help daily wage earners, Corona Warriors and the cine industry amid the lockdown, has once again extended his helping hand. The large-hearted filmmaker has decided to support cine employees like junior artists, background dancers, stuntmen, light men by directly transferring a major portion of his remuneration from the show.
Thanking the filmmaker for his generosity, President of Indian Film & TV Directors' Association- Ashoke Pandit called Rohit the 'Santa Claus' of the cine industry. Ashoke, on behalf of Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) and IFTDA, expressed gratitude and said Rohit is the 'true Singham'. "@fwicemum & @DirectorsIFTDA thanks film maker #RohitShetty Ji from d core of their hearts fr sharing major portion of hs remuneration 2 support #JuniorArtistes #Backgrounddancers #Stuntmen #Lightmen etc He is a true #Singham of our industry. Wishing you great success," Ashoke tweeted with a special video message.
. @fwicemum & @DirectorsIFTDA thanks film maker #RohitShetty Ji from d core of their hearts fr sharing major portion of hs remuneration 2 support #JuniorArtistes #Backgrounddancers #Stuntmen #Lightmen etc
He is a true #Singham of our industry.
Wishing you great success.
— Ashoke Pandit (@ashokepandit) August 6, 2020
Workwise, Rohit is awaiting the release of Akshay Kumar's-Katrina Kaif's Sooryavanshi. He will then begin work on Golmaal Five.