I just hope everyone can get back to working soon and making movies. Producer SR Prabhu, also the treasurer at TFPC, has sought government’s intervention in the matter. The filmmakers had earlier said it will hit the screens on April 27. Thousands affected, need quick resolutions,” he tweeted
The TPFC had suspended the release and shooting of films last month due to its disagreement with the digital service providers over the Virtual Print Fee. The strike has led to a huge backlog of unreleased new films. Top News
Parenthesis: How to raise a child who readsKathua gangrape victim's lawyer: Being called anti-Hindu, I can be raped or killedDesigner tips for the ideal kitchenThe pressure is mounting on the Tamil Film Producers’ Council (TPFC) that has imposed a total shutdown in the film industry. Want to get back to work. Want to get back to work. Thousands affected, need quick resolutions. Actor Arvind Swami has expressed his displeasure over the ongoing stalemate, which has put thousands of employees out of work since last month. It remains to be seen whether the Rajinikanth-starrer will make it to the theatres as announced earlier. With no new releases in Tamil, the theatre owners now heavily depend on the films from other languages. The prolonged standoff seems to be making the members of the Tamil film fraternity grow impatient. Have no idea of the progress made in the terms put forward or the negotiations. Even after 45-days, there is no relief in sight. The main sticking point between the TFPC and the digital service providers is the VPF and both the parties are sticking to their guns. To be honest, I am kind of getting tired of this strike. Have no idea of the progress made in the terms put forward or the negotiations. The stakeholders are under the pressure to resolve the issues and end the strike. I just hope everyone can get back to working soon and making movies. “To be honest, I am kind of getting tired of this strike. Superstar Rajinikanth’s Kaala is one of the films that is facing uncertainty over its release this month. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
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Actor Arvind Swami has expressed his displeasure over the ongoing strike imposed by TPFC. — arvind swami (@thearvindswami) April 14, 2018
A meeting between, theatre owners, the TFPC and the digital service providers, will be held on April 17.