Telugu Cinema will start shooting again on September 1 after a month.

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Telugu Cinema will start shooting again on September 1 after a month.

Telugu Cinema is prepared to continue the shoot after a month. On September 1st, Telugu cinema, which has been at a stop, will resume filming. Next week, filming may continue on all Telugu movies. Many major motion pictures, including Pushpa: The Rule and NTR30, are anticipated to begin production.

A shoots emergency plan will reportedly be prepared next week, according to sources. Additionally, it was declared by The Film Chamber and Active Producers Guild that actors will no longer be entitled to day-wise compensation as they once did.

The decision to cease production was made because the movie’s production expenses have increased significantly recently, while box office receipts have reached a new low. After the COVID-19 outbreak, audiences stopped going to the movies because of the expensive tickets. Since the shutdown caused by the Covid-19 outbreak, the Telugu film industry has been attempting to recover. Aside from blockbusters like RRR and Pushpa, many films have underwhelming box office receptions. The Producers Council has suggested lowering the cost of tickets from Rs 100 to Rs 70 in ordinary theatres and from Rs 150 to Rs 120, inclusive of GST, for multiplexes. Nothing, though, has been declared official as of yet.

Telugu Cinema shooting to resume from next week

The producers have also agreed that they would only release any new films on OTT platforms 10 weeks after their theatrical debut in order to avoid losing money.

In a letter sent on July 31 by the Producers Council, it was announced that the Telugu cinema industry will observe a “bandh” on August 1. “Due to the changing income landscape and increasing costs, it is now more important than ever for producers to share all the issues our industry is facing as a whole. It is our responsibility to make the environment better and to ensure that our films are being released in a secure environment. Regarding this, all of the Guild’s producers have voluntarily decided to put off shoots that were scheduled to start on August 1st 2022 in order to take part in talks until we come up with workable solutions.”



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