Karthik Subbaraj-Prabhudheva’s Mercury gets a solo release on April 20

Producers can resume work from April 20 after submitting their agreement forms. 2018-04-19T13:30:09+05:30″>
Updated: April 19, 2018 1:30:09 pm

Karthik Subbaraj-Prabhudheva’s Mercury will be the first film to hit the screens after the strike, without the company of any other big release. Apart from the reduction in Virtual Print Fee for E Cinema, the tripartite discussion with the government has decided on complete computerisation of tickets which would enable transparency and authenticity in the box office collection reports. God bless (sic),” tweeted Vishal. So the producers of these big movies can book the release dates until March 31, 2019, now itself. Karthik Subbaraj-Prabhudheva’s Mercury will be the first film to hit the screens after the strike, without the company of any other big release. Vishal in an earlier press meet had thanked Dhanush, Wunderbar film, Lyca Productions and Karthik Subbaraj for being supportive during the strike. Especially, it’s the need of hour to thank Karthik Subbaraj and the producers of Mercury. #Tfpc will assure a huge and grand release wit all support. There are around 14 big festive occasions, usually, that will have the big movies releasing. Our first Tamil film release after the revamp is gonna be #MercuryMovie on a grand scale.looking fwd to this lovely venture from @karthiksubbaraj.all da best. Related News
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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd TFPC would also get into online ticketing, creating a portal that would charge negligible rates of Rs 4-5 per ticket when booked online. Mercury will have the Telugu biggie Bharat Ane Nenu starring Mahesh Babu for company. “The committee will comprise producers, distributors, FEFSI office bearers, who will be regularizing the release dates. “We at Tamil Film Producer Council are really thankful to Wunderbar Films, Dhanush, Superstar Rajinikanth and Lyca Productions for being so much support over holding the release of Kaala. Based on this, there will be scheduling of low and medium budget movies,” said Vishal. “The collection reports of every film along with the ticket sales along with the ‘head count’ into theatres would be made available as information,” said Vishal at a recent press meet. (sic)”
Future releases would be scheduled by the newly-instituted Release Regularity Committee, that would ensure there are no hassles for smaller films to find screens. “Here we go.