Tamil Nadu theatres GST: Relief to TN film makers, govt gives nod to raise ticket price - Financial Express

Financial ExpressTamil Nadu theatres GST: Relief to TN film makers, govt gives nod to raise ticket priceFinancial ExpressAfter much hue and cry, now Tamil Nadu government allows theatre owners to raise their ticket prices. By: FE Online | Published: October 7, 2017 8:19 PM. 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. Tamil Nadu, Tamil Nadu cinema, Tamil Nadu ...and more »

After 10 Years, Tamil Nadu Govt Hikes Cinema Ticket Prices - News18

News18After 10 Years, Tamil Nadu Govt Hikes Cinema Ticket PricesNews18According to the order, base price for multiplexes having more than three screens has been increased to Rs 150. For multiplexes with less than three screens, the base price could be between Rs.106.30 and Rs 118.80. Poornima Murali | CNN-News18.and more »

Straight Talk! Movie Ticket Price hike will hurt Kollywood more - IndiaGlitz.com

IndiaGlitz.comStraight Talk! Movie Ticket Price hike will hurt Kollywood moreIndiaGlitz.comAfter much deliberation the government of Tamil Nadu has passed the order for theaters to hike the ticket prices by 25 percent of the existing rates with the entertainment tax inclusive and the GST to be added on top. The move seems to be welcomed by ...and more »

Tamil Nadu govt hikes theatre ticket prices by 25 %; to cost Rs 160 - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesTamil Nadu govt hikes theatre ticket prices by 25 %; to cost Rs 160Hindustan TimesThe Tamil Nadu government on Saturday issued orders to hike theatre ticket prices by 25 per cent against the backdrop of the film industry bodies not releasing any new movies to protest the levy of 10 per cent local body tax in the state. As per a ...and more »

Tamil Nadu government allows fair hike in Chennai multiplexes - New Kerala

Tamil Nadu government allows fair hike in Chennai multiplexesNew KeralaChennai (Tamil Nadu) , Oct.7 : Tamil Nadu Government on Saturday allowed multiplex owners in the state to increase the minimum price of the tickets by up to Rs 160 in Chennai and Rs 140 in other cities the state. Additional GST of 28 percent will be ...and more »

A movie ticket will cost you Rs 237 from October 9 - Times of India

Times of IndiaA movie ticket will cost you Rs 237 from October 9Times of IndiaThe much-awaited announcement on the ticket prices are out and it doesn't seem good for frequent movie goers. Tamil Nadu government has revised the base price of the ticket by increasing it by 25 percent. The new ticket prices system will come into ...and more »

Tamil Nadu cinema owners, film distributors join strike against local body tax; ticket prices to rise - Firstpost

FirstpostTamil Nadu cinema owners, film distributors join strike against local body tax; ticket prices to riseFirstpostAs the strike against the Local Body Entertainment Tax continues in Tamil Nadu, it is being reported that cinema hall owners and film distributors have joined the strike initiated by the Tamil Film Producers Council. Apart from the damage it has caused ...and more »

Tamil Nadu government allows ticket price hike of 25%: What does it mean? - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressTamil Nadu government allows ticket price hike of 25%: What does it mean?The Indian ExpressWith a ceiling of Rs 120, ticket prices have been the centre of a long debate in Tamil Nadu. Amid an ongoing strike against Local Body Entertainment Taxes, the government has agreed to a 25% hike in the base fares. What does this mean to the common ...and more »

Theatre owners' protest in Tamil Nadu to hurt box office collections of new releases - Moneycontrol.com

Moneycontrol.comTheatre owners' protest in Tamil Nadu to hurt box office collections of new releasesMoneycontrol.comSince the film industry now comes within the 28 percent GST band for movies, the state's film industry is demanding to do away with the additional 10 percent local body entertainment tax. ByMaryam Farooqui. Theatre owners' protest in Tamil Nadu to hurt ...and more »

Tamil Nadu government allows movie ticket hike - indiablooms

indiabloomsTamil Nadu government allows movie ticket hikeindiabloomsChennai, Oct 7 (IBNS): The Tamil Nadu government has allowed a twenty five per cent hike in movie tickets, according to media reports on Saturday. However, film lovers in the state missed their date with 11 movies on Friday whose release were deferred ...and more »

Bye Bye Rs 120: TN govt hikes cinema ticket prices, here's what you need to know - The News Minute

The News MinuteBye Bye Rs 120: TN govt hikes cinema ticket prices, here's what you need to knowThe News MinuteThe GO comes after the Producers' Council decided not to release any new Tamil film from October 6. Anna Isaac. Saturday, October 07, 2017 - 16:29. Share @Whatsapp Share @Facebook Share @twitter Share @Email Share @google+ Share @reddit ...and more »

TN govt allows theatre owners to hike ticket prices - NewsX

NewsXTN govt allows theatre owners to hike ticket pricesNewsXThe Tamil Nadu government in a decision to bring relief for multiplexes, cinema halls in the state permitted the theatre owners to increase the price of tickets. Cinema Halls, multiplexes had been demanding the TN government to hike prices as their ...and more »

Movie ticket gets costlier in Tamil Nadu: Is it a relief for Kollywood? - International Business Times, India Edition

International Business Times, India EditionMovie ticket gets costlier in Tamil Nadu: Is it a relief for Kollywood?International Business Times, India EditionThe Tamil Nadu government has given nod to the long-pending demand of exhibitors and producers on the increase in the movie ticket price. Early reports say that the base price of the admission rates have been raised by Rs 25. The maximum price for the ...and more »

Solo director speaks with a broken heart - Mathrubhumi English

Mathrubhumi EnglishSolo director speaks with a broken heartMathrubhumi EnglishWith the theaters in Tamil Nadu going on indefinite strike, Dulquer Salmaan starrer bilingual film Solo is in the wake of uncertainty. Film distributors and cinema theatre owners joined the indefinite strike called by the Tamil Film Producers Council ...and more »

7 Tamil films not released in protest against local body tax - Times of India

Times of India7 Tamil films not released in protest against local body taxTimes of IndiaFilm lovers in Tamil Nadu missed out on seven movies slated to hit the screens today as the industry bodies held back their release to protest the levy of 10 per cent local body tax in the state. It turned out to be a dull Friday with the film ...and more »

TN govt transfers 14 police officers - Times of India

Times of IndiaTN govt transfers 14 police officersTimes of IndiaCHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu government on Friday transferred 14 senior police officers. Deputy inspector general of police (DIG) Deepak M Damor has been posted as inspector general of police (IGP) of the Tamil Nadu railway police in Chennai city. Earlier ...and more »

Cinema theatre owners on indefinite strike in Tamil Nadu - Deccan Chronicle

Deccan ChronicleCinema theatre owners on indefinite strike in Tamil NaduDeccan ChronicleFilm lovers missed out on seven movies slated to hit the screens on Friday as the industry bodies held back their release to protest the levy of 10 per cent local body tax in the state. COIMBATORE: Film lovers missed out on seven movies slated to hit ...and more »