Nani calls low prices of movie tickets in Andhra Pradesh illogical: ‘You are insulting the audience’
The federal government’s possibility of pricing cinema tickets at low rates in Andhra Pradesh has impacted the total box space of enterprise collections of films cherish Akhanda. The win 22 situation is currently pending within the Excessive Court docket of Andhra Pradesh. The federal government of Andhra Pradesh’s stand on the topic and the response by the Telugu film enterprise bigwigs thus far has turn out to be the sphere of debate.
Responding to the low fee pricing insist in AP, actor Nani on Thursday in a request and solution session held by Shyam Singha Roy crew in Hyderabad, acknowledged, “What is occurring is now now not correct. All of us realize it. I don’t know be taught the technique to position it. But set up aside the tips of cinemas, politicians and heaps others aside but you should maybe additionally be insulting the target audience. On the present time, somewhere, I saw (the associated fee rates) are Rs 10, Rs 15, Rs 20.”
He added that it does now now not originate sense. “It’s now now not logical as smartly if a counter of a grocery retailer looks bigger than the counter of a one who is providing employment to ten of us and working an immense theatre.” Nani emphasised that the target audience have to now not ever be insulted. “Factor in, if I became once in a college and became once advised that I am incapable of spending broad cash and became once requested to pay handiest Rs 10; but now now not Rs 100 cherish all other students for a picnic idea. It’s nothing but an insult to me,” he added.
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If the win 22 situation of the low cap on the cinema fee costs continues, the upcoming excessive budget movies cherish SS Rajamouli’s RRR, Prabhas-starrer Radhe Shyam, and Bheemla Nayak will face sizable losses when it comes to their box space of enterprise revenues in Andhra Pradesh.
Earlier, actors Chiranjeevi, Siddharth, and faded filmmaker Okay Raghavendra Rao also expressed their insist over the Andhra Pradesh government’s possibility to cap the film tickets at lower rates.