capturing of telugu motion pictures halted

Hyderabad: The capturing of the Telugu movie remained suspended for the fourth day on Thursday, whilst lead producer Dil Raju made it clear that he doesn’t intend to cease capturing for months.

After a gathering of the Telugu Movie Chambers, Dil Raju mentioned that he has no private agenda and is simply working for the betterment of the trade.

Dil Raju, who’s heading a committee of producers arrange by the Telugu Movie Chamber, mentioned he had no intention of placing the capturing of the movie on maintain for months.

The producer mentioned that the Telugu Movie Chamber has fashioned 4 committees to resolve the issues of Tollywood. The committees are engaged on points associated to OTT, VPF charge, income share, wages of movie actors and value of manufacturing.

“All of the producers have positioned a accountability on my shoulders. I’ve no private agenda. I’m working for cinema.”

One other distinguished producer C. Kalyan mentioned that the capturing of the movie was placed on maintain indefinitely to resolve the problems. He denied that there was any distinction of opinion between the producers. Kalyan mentioned that each the Producers Council and the Lively Telugu Movie Producers Guild (ATPG) are working in direction of the identical goal.

The ATPG was the primary to announce its choice to halt the capturing of the movie. The Movie Chamber of Commerce on Sunday supported its choice.

The Telugu Movie Chamber mentioned that they may sit down and talk about the issues and won’t resume capturing until they discover a answer.

The apex physique felt that the Telugu movie trade goes via a state of affairs during which the producers, distributors, exhibitors and all others will not be completely happy.

It’s presently discussing varied points being confronted by them to resolve on the measures to be taken to convey the Telugu movie trade again on monitor. All of the 24 crafts from the movie trade will probably be concerned within the session.

Producers are anxious about points like declining patronage in theatres, cinema ticket costs, new releases on OTT and rise in manufacturing value.

The manufacturing of many movies has come to a standstill because of the motion of the producers’ our bodies. These embrace Allu Arjun’s “Pushpa 2”, Balakrishna-Gopichand Malineni’s yet-to-be-titled movie, Ravi Teja’s “Tiger Nageswara Rao” and “Ravanasur”, Vijay Deverakonda’s “Khushi” and Nagarjuna’s “The Ghost”.

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