Andhra Pradesh High Court gives green signal to government film portal but wants to keep tabs on it | Telugu Movie News

Over the past few days, the Andhra Pradesh government has been scrambling to control Big Star’s movie ticket prices, the number of extra shows on the opening day and other release issues. However, if the producers sit down with the government, they could get movie ticket hikes and other exemptions.

The Government of Andhra Pradesh has also introduced a new order to control the above processes and a petition has also been filed by the Multiplex Association of India challenging the new order of the Government of Andhra Pradesh.

After repeated hearings, the High Court has reportedly ruled that filmmakers cannot sell their cinema tickets on their platforms and should only sell on state government-owned web services AP developed by cinema development company and of TV.

Additionally, the High Court will hear the multiplex owners’ request to sell their tickets on their platforms at its next hearing on July 12.

Earlier it was reported that the new government order of PA CM Jagan Mohan Reddy has stopped allowing Telugu filmmakers to increase the price of movie tickets for any movie unless part of it it is only shot in Andhra Pradesh and only if its budget exceeds Rs 100 crores, where they can only raise prices after government permission.


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