Actors thank CM for relief measures to film industry
The govt. has introduced energy invoice waiver for cinema theatres
Tollywood actors K. Chiranjeevi and A. Nagarjuna took to Twitter to say thanks to Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy for his help to the film industry in overcoming the hurdles brought on by coronavirus pandemic.
“My hearty thanks to Hon’ble CM Shri Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy for the much deserved relief measures for the Film Industry during Covid times. Your sympathetic support will help several thousands of families dependent on this industry,” Mr. Chiranjeevi tweeted Twitter late on Tuesday wrote:
On the identical strains, Mr. Nagarjuna thanked Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy for the much-needed relief given to the film industry.
“Thanking the Hon’ble chief minister of Andhra Pradesh Shri Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy for the much needed relief measures given to the film Industry During these dark times of Covid,” Mr. Nagarjuna posted on Twitter.
The State authorities has issued orders extending relief measures to the film industry and its stakeholders in order that the industry resumes operations.
The authorities has introduced waiver of mounted electrical energy fees for April, May and June, 2020 and deferred cost of mounted electrical energy fees for six months—from July 2020 to December 2020— for all theatres, together with multiplexes.
Also, the federal government will present 50% curiosity subvention topic to a most restrict of 4.5% every year for loans availed by cinema theatres (excluding multiplexes) from banks.
Nagarjuna’s film ‘Wild Dog’ hit the display screen a number of days in the past whereas Chiranjeevi-starrer Acharya is due to launch quickly.