Telugu Film Industry has asked for a closed down of the industry from March 1st, 2018. Movie Chamber of Commerce has provided a statement hereof. A notification has been sent out by the Telugu Film Chamber of Commerce to the Telugu Film Producers Council mentioning that they have with one voice chosen to close all theaters down and quit movie testings in Telangana beginning March 1, 2018.
During this moment all 24 crafts will be closed down. The factor that they have specified for this surprising choice is their suffering as a result of monopolization by the Digital Service Providers and non-compliance with the chamber during launches with Dsp’s, i.e, UFO, Qube, Pxd and Scrabble.
Though the statement has pointed out that these DSPs are not entering conformity with the choices taken by producers council, it did not plainly expose all the opinions. They have also encouraged the Producer council not to intend any shooting from 1st March.
This will certainly impact some large spending plan movies. The significant big-budget movie that is most likely to experience is Charan-Sukumar movie. On other hand, movies such as Mahanati may also anticipate to obtain the warmth. If this problem does not nearby March, Biggies such as Mahesh’s Bharat Ane Nenu, Allu Arjun’s Naa Peru Surya and Shankar-Rajini’s 2.0 will face issues.