KCR assures Rajendra Prasad of solving Film issues
HYDERABAD: In what is called a formal meeting, Movie Artistes’ Association (MAA) new president Rajendra Prasad today called on Telangana Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao at Secretariat.
KCR felicitated the MAA Chief on the occasion and promised that he would provide complete help and cooperation to film industry to sustain in Telangana State.
KCR asked Rajendra Prasad to address the issues related to small-time actors and workers in the film industry. Soon the Telangana Government will call a meeting of bigwigs of cinema industry to sort out the issues, KCR said.
The new MAA Chief reportedly urged the CM to extend help for the film industry to witness rapid growth in Telangana State. Rajendra Prasad said to have shared views on production of films, woes of distribution and the need for encouraging small films being produced with less amount of funds.
The State Government was planning to set up a new film city on par with global standards, KCR informed the MAA president. Besides, providing complete protection to all the film personalities and others, the government will give impetus on sustainable growth of the film industry in the region with better facilities, KCR assured.
Speaking to the media later, Rajendra Prasad said the Chief Minister had shown keen interest in taking forward the film industry. He also exuded confidence that under able leadership of KCR, the film industry will witness a speedy development. (NSS)