AP's move to reduce movie ticket prices will not work for big-budget films: RRR producer

‘RRR’ was reportedly made on a lavish budget of an unprecedented scale. The film is scheduled to be released across the world on 7 January 2022.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  12 Dec 2021 8:50 AM GMT
APs move to reduce movie ticket prices will not work for big-budget films: RRR producer

Vijayawada: The producer of the upcoming movie 'RRR' on Saturday said the reduction of movie ticket prices by the Andhra Pradesh government will not work for any films, especially big-budget ones.

Last month, the Andhra Pradesh Assembly passed the AP Cinema (regulation) Bill 2021 to introduce online booking for movie tickets in the state. The Bill will also regulate the number of shows and the ticket prices. There will now be only four shows per day.

The producer, D.V.V Danayya, was interacting with the press along with the 'RRR' team which is busy promoting the film across the country after the trailer was recently released. Danayya said, "We are still in talks with the AP government over ticket price issues. We hope the government will respond positively."

'RRR' was reportedly made on a lavish budget of an unprecedented scale. It was initially scheduled for theatrical release on 30 July 2020 but was postponed due to production delays and the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, the film is scheduled to be released across the world on 7 January 2022.

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