Aishwaryaa R. Dhanush wants National Film Award for stuntmen

Aishwaryaa R. Dhanush, daughter of Rajinikanth, has requested Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu to introduce Stunt Choreography Category in National Film Awards.

By: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: October 2, 2016 10:27 am

 

Aishwaryaa R. Dhanush, Aishwariyaa Dhanush, Aishwaryaa Cinema Veeran, Aishwariyaa M Venkaiah Naidu, Aishwariyaa Stuntmen Aishwaryaa R Dhanush met Information and Broadcast Minister Venkaiah Naidu with a letter of request to introduce Stunt Choreography Category in National Film Awards.

Filmmaker Aishwaryaa R. Dhanush has taken a step towards getting recognition to the life-threatening work done by the stuntmen in the Indian film industry. Aishwaryaa recently met Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu to submit a request letter seeking introduction of Stunt Choreography Category in National Film Awards. Aishwaryaa, the elder daughter of the megastar Rajinikanth and wife of actor Dhanush, took to Twitter to share the information.

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“Met honourable minister M. Venkaiah Naidu sir and submitted a request letter to include stunt choreography category in national awards #CinemaVeeran,” Aishwaryaa tweeted, without revealing when she met the politician. “Cinema Veeran” is Aishwaryaa’s documentary on the stuntmen of Tamil cinema, and it has a voice-over by Rajinikanth. Aishwaryaa even showed Naidu some bits of “Cinema Veeran”. “He was very impressed. Thank you sir for giving me time,” she added.

Here’s what Aishwaryaa shared on her Twitter account after she met Venkaiah Naidu:

Meanwhile, her husband Dhanush lauded her step by tweeting: “Aishwaryaa, very well done. Hope it happens.” Earlier, Akshay Kumar , who is also known as the action hero in Bollywood , in regards to stuntmen and their risky job, had expressed that there should be an insurance for them.

He said, “Safety is not great here (in Bollywood). Now finally, we have ambulance and doctors on the sets for the stuntmen and the cast and crew. (However) it’s surprising that there are no insurance for stuntmen in Bollywood, so we are all trying to get an insurance done for stuntmen.”

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