If you follow the 'Karnataka Cinema Regulation' rule, the upcoming Telugu movie 'Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy' will be the morning show of the cinema. The film is slated to open on October 2.
As per the Karnataka Cinema Rules of 2014, "No licensees can show a cinema within 8 am. There should be no show after 10 am". Kannada films will also be screened at 12 midnight. Now the movie 'Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy' is said to be making its first appearance at three o'clock before the dawn of dawn. Do you believe that the ticket price of the show is only 1200 rupees?
There will be 42 shows tomorrow at 8:00 am on the booking site. Some of these shows start at 6am. Sye Raa Cinema's first show starts at 3.30 am at BBMP's Shankarnag Theater as at Book My Show. At the Urvashi Theater on Lalbagh Road, it will be performed at 3.05 am. Not just single theaters, but multiplexes, cinema is also being played regularly. This is only the first day the film begins. Many see this as the norm. Ticket prices for cinema in Bangalore are Rs 150 to Rs 1200, whereas in Hyderabad it is only Rs 40 to Rs 150.
"In Hyderabad, the rule is being followed. But if you do these shows in Bangalore, what kind of message would you give? I'm not just talking about Telugu cinema. Kannada cinema is also doing the first show beyond the norm.
"According to the original rule, the first shows should not be shown at 10am. It was decided that the film would be open at 7am in 2014, and then it was 8am. Very quickly the police may think that it is better to give a chance to celebrate the release inima agodannu. These shows are usually premium beleyiruttave, so dealers are non-refundable advance (NRA) marupadeyuttare. This is the portion of Neal's ullanghisuvalli "said the former Karnataka Film Chamber (of Commerce) President kevicandrasekhar said.
According to this rule, the Deputy Commissioner shall be responsible for this. Bangalore City DC GN Shivamurthy said the BBMP mayor was busy in the election process and needed time to gather information.