Last year many people lost their jobs in the lockdown caused by the corona virus epidemic. Many people missed work. Due to this, actors working in TV and Bollywood industry, crew members and cameraperson are also not untouched. Due to the lockdown, Bollywood’s young camera assistant Suchismita Routray also did not work and she returned to her village from Mumbai.
After the lockdown, Suchismita Routray had no money source in Mumbai, after which she moved back to her hometown Odisha’s Cuttack and is now running her home by selling momos there. Although cinemas have opened, no producers and filmmakers are joining hands in the new project.
Amitabh Bachchan and Salman Khan helped
Suchismita Routray is just 22 years old. She said in an interview to India Today that she has been working in the film industry for the last 6 years. She told that she returned to her home with the help of Amitabh Bachchan and Salman Khan. He said, “I did not have the money to return home. Fortunately, Amitabh Bachchan and Salman Khan funded our entire crew with the help of which we could return to our hometown.”
Earns 300 rupees every day from momos
After returning home, he started selling momos, the recipe of which he had learned from his friend while living in Mumbai. She sets up a momose stall in Jhanjirimangala in Cuttack and earns 300 to 400 rupees a day. Suchismita Routray continued, “Before the outbreak of the epidemic, I had many projects in Mumbai and even started work on one project.”
Circumstances worsened due to epidemic
He added, “Later, the situation worsened during the pandemic. Due to the pandemic no new project was found, I moved to my hometown in February.”