Kollywood industry’s longest-running strike has finally come to an end as the officials have finally come to the conclusion after a crucial meeting with the Tamil Nadu government’s mediation on Tuesday, April 17. Now the release for new Tamil movies along with Telugu flicks in Tamil Nadu has also been cleared. Hence, Mahesh Babu’s ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ is now all set to hit the screens of Tamil Nadu.
In a meeting between Tamil Nadu Producers’ Council theatre owners, Digital Service Providers (DSP) and Tamil Nadu information and publicity minister Kadambur Raju, the officials have now reached to the conclusion and decided to make many changes in the industry.
Reportedly, the government has now agreed to computerise the ticket system from June 1, while the TFPC will start an online booking website with lower booking charges. Especially, Qube, the DSP company which enjoys near-monopoly, has agreed to slash their prices.
Vishal, the TFPC president quoted Sify, “We are happy with the outcome of today’s meet. The government has assured to pass an order to computerize ticketing system in all theaters across the state from June 1. We have also got a nod for flexible ticket pricing and the rates will be based on the budget of movies. The VPF of D Cinema has been brought down from 9,000 to 5,000 and in the full run, VPF cost has been reduced from 22,000 to 10,000. Another meeting will be held to fix the VPF cost for D Cinema.”
Amid all this, now Mahesh Babu’s fans will be excited to watch Bharat Ane Nenu in theatres of Tamil Nadu.