The public authority’s choice of estimating film tickets at low rates in Andhra Pradesh has impacted the overall box office collections of films like Akhanda. The issue is by and by forthcoming in the High Court of Andhra Pradesh. The government of Andhra Pradesh’s remains on the matter and the reaction by the Telugu entertainment world fat cats up to this point has turned into the topic of conversation.
Reacting to the low ticket valuing issue in AP, entertainer Nani on Thursday in an interactive discussion held by Shyam Singha Roy group in Hyderabad, said, “What is happening is not right. We all know it. I don’t know how to put it. But put aside the thoughts of cinemas, politicians, etc aside but you are insulting the audience. Today, somewhere, I saw (the ticket rates) are Rs 10, Rs 15, Rs 20.”
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He added that it doesn’t appear to be legit. “It’s not logical as well if a counter of a grocery store looks bigger than the counter of a person who is providing employment to ten people and running a huge theatre.” Nani underscored that the crowd ought not to be offended. “Imagine, if I was in a school and was told that I am incapable of spending big money and was asked to pay only Rs 10; but not Rs 100 like all other students for a picnic plan. It’s nothing but an insult to me,” he added.
Assuming the issue of the low cap on the film ticket costs proceeds, the impending high spending plan movies like SS Rajamouli’s RRR, Prabhas-starrer Radhe Shyam, and Bheemla Nayak will confront enormous misfortunes as far as their film industry incomes in Andhra Pradesh.
Prior, entertainers Chiranjeevi, Siddharth, and veteran producer K Raghavendra Rao likewise communicated their anxiety over the Andhra Pradesh government’s decision. Though Nani wanted to avoid creating controversies, he has touched up the most controversial topic of the season, and we have to see how the repercussion is going to be like.