Dil Raju is leading the producer council team to find solutions to the numerous issues that Tollywood is currently dealing with. We are well aware that Tollywood had two difficult months in June and July due to extremely weak theatre business. The producer council cancelled all of the movies that were set to start production on August 1st due to these losses. This producers’ strike is solely intended to address the problems in Tollywood, such as the high ticket pricing, early streaming of films on the OTT, artists remuneration, and others. Back-to-back crucial meetings are being held by the producers’ council in an effort to reach conclusions as soon as possible. In a recent press conference, Dil Raju, who is driving these sessions from the front, provided an update on them.
Dil Raju discussed the problems faced by the Telugu film industry and the latest information on the resolutions for them, during the producers council’s press conference. He described the choices made thus far. He claimed that all Tollywood producers agreed that a movie would only be released on OTT platforms once it had played in theatres for 8 weeks or 50 days. This will be relevant to all future films that are screened from here on. The producers council’s second choice is to lower the ticket prices at both single-screen theatres and multiplexes. The multiplexes, particularly the costs for the food and beverages, are the subject of special attention. Additionally, according to Dil Raju, the producers council had meetings with the MAA, Movie Artists Association, and the federation committee. The final meetings will be held in the following 4 to 5 days, and the final announcements will be made once more at an official press conference, presenting the documents to the media.
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According to Dil Raju’s statements, all of the movies will officially resume shooting by the end of this month. The fact that the movies may resume production is great news for both the film industry and the general public.