Ekta Kapoor's Balaji Telefilms Group rolls out vaccination drive for staff
Balaji Telefilms rolled out a vaccination drive for its staff owing to Covid-19.
Mumbai: Vaccination against Coronavirus has become the need of the hour. To ensure that more people get vaccinated, India's leading production house, Balaji Telefilms, has commenced a vaccination drive to inoculate all its staff members at Balaji Telefilms, ALTBalaji and Balaji Motion Pictures Private Limited.
The drive was held at two centres today, namely the Balaji house and Killick Nixon Studios, from 10 am to 6 pm. The programme will cover two shots of the vaccine for all their on-roll and off-roll staff. The vaccination is being held in tie-up with Jaslok Hospital.
"One of the biggest fights the country is currently facing is against the novel Coronavirus. As a step towards safeguarding our staff, we have initiated a COVID -19 vaccination drive at two centres. As an organization, we have always believed that our people are our biggest assets, and we'll continue to look out for them. The team at Balaji will ensure that the vaccination drive is a convenient process for one and all abiding by all the required government protocols." Said Mr Zulfiqar Khan, Group COO, Balaji Telefilms. Balaji's responsible move reflects how much the company cares about its employees' wellbeing.
Balaji Telefilms is India's leading integrated media conglomerate operating across television, movie and digital content production. Under the guidance of Shobha Kapoor and Ekta Kapoor. The company enjoys market leadership in the television content industry for over two decades with an exemplary track record for content creation across genres and target groups.
Balaji Telefilms Ltd's churns out an array of engaging entertainment content for its viewers. Serving as a multi-device subscription video on demand (SVOD) platform. ALTBalaji is always to sets new standards and benchmarks in giving digitally-first audiences an alternate content platform.