The Telugu Film Chamber, which oversees the Telugu film industry, has been working to find a solution to the industry’s chronic financial crisis for some time. Since August 1st, there have been no shootings in the Telugu states. The film business has witnessed a great deal of change during the past 15 days.
Recently, Nandamuri Balakrishna discussed the problems in the business with the producers’ guild and the film chamber.The sources claim that Balayya asked the producers to end the strike and resume shooting. The producers’ guild held a press conference to discuss the new standards that will be implemented in the film industry in observance of Balayya’s remarks. The new rules have been explained by the producers guild president, Dil Raju in the press meet.
They are as follows
1. New OTT Agreements with 8 Weeks Theatrical Window (All Films)
2. Theaters & Multiplexes approached for F&B Prices Reduction
3. Cost-cutting measures agreement done with MAA
4. Employee wages/conditions almost finalised
Shootings resumption date after 4-5 Days