- Film Chamber of Commerce set up a committee for discussions with the AP government
- The committee has 17 members
- Discussion on issues in the film industry along with ticket price hike
Of the 17 members on the committee, six will be from the exhibitors’ sector, five from the producer sector and six from the distributor sector. Clarity will come soon on who these members are. The Film Chamber of Commerce has written a letter informing Vijay Kumar, Special Secretary, AP Home Department. The committee will discuss issues in the film industry and the reduction of ticket prices with the AP government.
On the other hand, distributors and exhibitors presented proposals to the AP government on Tuesday. For that they called AP Cinematography Minister Perninani. They held discussions with the minister for an hour and a half. In this, they demanded to increase the prices of movie tickets. The minister said the government was looking into issues in the film industry. Nani said the minister would look into the petitions filed by the unions so that the people would not get in trouble. Nani said a committee has already been set up on behalf of the government. Nani said the name would be reviewed and an appropriate decision would be taken soon.