That didn't last long!
As we mentioned earlier this week, Bollywood films came to a stop when about 10,000 film and television workers went on strike Wednesday.
They were protesting inadequate, irregular pay, the presence of non-union workers on set, and long hours.
But, luckily, the strike that started two days ago came to an end this Friday.
Unions and producers announced they had reached a deal for better pay and working conditions.
Dinesh Chaturvedi, the head of the Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FIWCE), confirmed "The strike is over."
Ratan Jain, the president of the Association of Motion Picture and TV Programme Producers, he said, "The strike is over and tomorrow (Saturday) we will resume work."
They don't waste any time. If only the unions and big media moguls could work so quickly in America!
[Image via WENN.]