Nagarjuna Akkineni has ‘no issue’ with the low prices of movie tickets: ‘It will not create a problem for Bangarraju…’
By: Entertainment Desk | Hyderabad |
January 6, 2022 4: 54: 52 pm
Nagarjuna Akkineni at Bangarraju press meet. (Photo: PR Handout)
Nagarjuna Akkineni opened up relating to the rift between the Telugu movie industry and the manager of Andhra Pradesh, over the low pricing of movie tickets. The actor talked about that he did now not possess a ache from a commercial point of method.
On the press meet held in Hyderabad to train the discharge date of his movie Bangarraju, Nagarjuna talked about, “We may well presumably even honest composed now now not focus on political points on a movie stage. I obtained’t focus on it. I don’t possess any mission from a commercial point of method (as a outcome of the adaptation in ticket charges in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana). If the ticket prices are high, collections will likely be a shrimp larger, but I don’t possess any points for my movie.”
When requested relating to the explanations to release his movie amid uncertainty over theatre occupancy as a outcome of the spike in coronavirus cases, he talked about, “It may well presumably be correct if we possess got theatres functioning with corpulent occupancy. Nevertheless within the given conditions, it’s now now not there. We are in a position to’t merely procure a carried out movie in our arms and take a seat. We want to release it. Yes, there will likely be a decline within the movie collections as a outcome of the low ticket prices. Nevertheless those points won’t salvage a ache for this (Bangarraju) movie.”
Nagarjuna obtained powerful backlash on social media for the aforementioned feedback.
The Andhra Pradesh executive had honest recently shaped a committee to display screen into the troubles of the Telugu movie industry on the movie ticket charges. A case on the mission is pending in Andhra Pradesh High Court docket.
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