Housing Minister of Karnataka State Government and Sandalwood's versatile actor Rebel Star Ambareesh has decided to give a biggest treat for the cinema workers. The actor turned politician, who graced the Labourers Day celebration on May 1 2014, organised by Cinema Workers Federation, has revealed that he will be granting the houses for the cinema workers under government scheme.
"I will be granting the houses for all the workers of cinema, which includes the technicians, light boys and others. People, who are mainly dependent on film making for their bread will be benefited with this scheme. As an artist I can understand the problems of the cinema workers, which made me to come up with this scheme," said Ambareesh, who was addressing the gathering.
Ambareesh has already identified 25 acres of land, which is 8km away from famous Eagelton Club, near Bidadi in Ramanagar District. He also added that the land will reside thousands of cinema workers in upcoming days. Talking about the cost of those houses, Ambareesh revealed, "For BPL card holders it is Rs.1.28 lakhs concession, for two bed room house it is Rs.12 lakhs and Rs.15 lakhs for three bedroom houses." He also added that it will be his small contribution from his side to his industrial brothers and their families, who play the dominant role in movie making behind the camera.