Only the government will benefit from higher movie ticket prices; director K. Raghavendra Rao says in released statement | Telugu Movie News

The new AP Govt order has been in the news for a while now, where the government says there should be no extra shows or higher movie ticket prices are not allowed keeping the ordinary man in mind and exhibitors should only show films in the prescribed timings, even for large films. But in reality, it’s not just the filmmakers who will suffer huge losses, but also the government, said veteran director and producer K. Raghavendra Rao.

Many have expressed concern over the government order directly from actor Nani, Pawan Kalyan, Chiranjeevi, producer Ram Satyanarayana and now K. Raghavendra Rao.

The director took to his Twitter to share his thoughts on why the government’s decision isn’t right. The director of ‘Annamayya’ in his statement mentioned, “I have been a director and producer in this industry for almost 45 years and this is my opinion on the new government initiative. We must never forget the facts; the reason why I am in this position today is due to the public first, then to their theater owners, later to my producers, and in total to all of them. Now all of the above must suffer serious losses with the new government GO above. A great wonderful and touching story can only be told through movies in theaters with all its technology. The experience of watching movies on the big screen is unmatched by that of TV, OTT or other platforms.”

“Now, with the reduction in the price of cinema tickets, we cannot make such good films, moreover all the above-mentioned aspects will face huge losses. Moreover, several families depend on the film industry. , directly or indirectly, and it is a known fact that the success rate in the film industry is only 10%. Therefore, it is not fair for the government to say that the new system in line will stop looting people A viewer will watch a movie even if the movie ticket price is Rs 300/500 and only if the movie is good and exciting while they will not watch a bad movie even if you sell them a movie ticket for even Rs: 1/-.. Even though the government runs the online ticketing, a few influential biggies can block tickets online and sell them in black offline through their subscribers. the government allows to increase the price of b movie tickets and having more shows, only the government will benefit from more taxes. Therefore, considering all the facts above I hope the government rethi nks its new GO and brings justice to the needy. yours, K. Raghavendra Rao,” he concluded.

Let’s see how Public Relations Minister Perni Nani and his government Jagan Mohan Reddy respond to the Darshakendra letter…!

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