Tom Cruise’s visit to India was much in talks and grabbed every eyeball. People were crazy to learn every inch of the report. The whole media was abuzz and got alert to project his tour. Cruise’s entire visit was captured by the media persons thoroughly. But now a shocking report came up that simply shook the world with utter surprise. Well, this is what happened that the crowd out there was paid – they were not the actual fans rather the hired ones at the airport.
At the VIP gate of the airport, the huge crowd was waiting for the mega Hollywood star. And interestingly, the whole crowd was hired at Rs. 300 per person. They all happily came to greet the Hollywood bigwig with the shine of easy money in eyes. Majority of the crowd even did not know who Tom Cruise was?
Tom Cruise landed at Mumbai airport on Saturday and when he stepped out of the VIP gate, he was welcomed by more than 200 crazy fans out there who were very skillfully and creatively managed at the exit. Cruise was clad with a blue shirt and was wearing the sunglasses. He was looking dashing in casual outfit. The fans were screaming and cheering the star with his name and waving the placards with words ‘We Love Tom Cruise’, ‘Chak De India, Tom Cruise’ written on them. Tom was supremely excited seeing the mammoth crowd. Many fans took the pictures with the Hollywood biggie.
The average payment to each member of the crowd was reportedly Rs. 200 and even many of them received Rs. 300 and Rs. 400 depending on how experienced they were in this trade of welcoming the stars!
When asked the crowd whether they knew the star? They responded ‘not, at all!’ and told that they came for easy money.
The security officials at the airport revealed that the hired crowd was much better to handle than the actual crazy ones since they did not disturb at all.
The organizers had reportedly hired a company who provided them the crowd. But the officials of the organizing company ‘Wizcraft’ simply denied the allegations.
Tom Cruise is on world tour these days to promote his flick, ‘Mission Impossible : Ghost Protocol’.