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Raghavendra Rao Writes a Letter to YS Jagan


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Raghavendra Rao Writes a Letter to YS Jagan

Veteran director K Raghavendra Rao opened up on the issue of ticket rates in Andhra Pradesh.

He openly expressed his displeasure on the government’s stand on the reduction of ticket admission rates in the cinema halls.

In a carefully worded letter, he appealed to Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy to think of the families dependent on the cinema industry.

He mentioned that the film industry witnesses a 20% success ratio only. The theaters and distributors survive on that 20% of hits, he stated.

Raghavendra Rao said the online ticketing system is not a panacea in controlling the seepage of revenue.

He further suggested that the government should officially increase ticket rates in the first week and get more revenue from the taxes.

He urged the CM to rethink his decision about ticket rates and do justice to the industry.

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influence vunna vaadu anni seats block chesukoni ammukunna, all tickets sold out kabatti vaati price meeda tax money govt ki vasthadi..adi lekapothe benefit show full ayina ,theater lo eeegalu tholukunnam ani cheppi tax kattakunte vunte em cheyamanru vaa ...

 

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3 minutes ago, LadiesTailor said:

Ee jaggadi debbaki next tollywood lo Bhojpuri movies teestaremo 😜😜

em kadule, Janaala dabbulu 10gi overaction chese heroes line loki vastaru.. If a small industry like malayalam can make quality movies more and more small film makers will make better movies and these so called big stars will sleep at home. Nothing wrong with it.

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5 minutes ago, LadiesTailor said:

Ee jaggadi debbaki next tollywood lo Bhojpuri movies teestaremo 😜😜

You mean Andhra Film Industry?

Andhra lo audience demand kuda kastha tu itu bhojpuri ki deggarlo ne vuntadi...thigh slapping, action, item songs etc bhojpuri movies lo kuda common..

 

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6 minutes ago, ManOffSteel said:

em kadule, Janaala dabbulu 10gi overaction chese heroes line loki vastaru.. If a small industry like malayalam can make quality movies more and more small film makers will make better movies and these so called big stars will sleep at home. Nothing wrong with it.

We want Baahibali RRR. Noooo

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9 minutes ago, ManOffSteel said:

em kadule, Janaala dabbulu 10gi overaction chese heroes line loki vastaru.. If a small industry like malayalam can make quality movies more and more small film makers will make better movies and these so called big stars will sleep at home. Nothing wrong with it.

Makes sense and moreover, all these movies are not produced in AP and I don't see a reason why AP should be lenient towards ticket prices for something that's not contributing to their state's gross.

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2 minutes ago, Sucker said:

We want Baahibali RRR. Noooo

Bahubali, RRR are only 1% of TFI. There are plenty of film makers that can make quality movies in 2 to 4 cr which is 1% of the budget of Baahubali or RRR

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8 minutes ago, ManOffSteel said:

Bahubali, RRR are only 1% of TFI. There are plenty of film makers that can make quality movies in 2 to 4 cr which is 1% of the budget of Baahubali or RRR

do you think small technicians will survive the budget cuts?

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