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Mukta Arts revenue, loss down in Q2-2015

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BENGALURU: Mukta Arts Limited (MAL) reported lower Total Income from Operations (TIO) of Rs 23.95 crore in Q2-2015 versus the Rs 24.99 crore in the immediate trailing quarter and almost a fourth of the Rs 85.16 crore in the corresponding year ago quarter.

The company also reported lower loss in Q2-2015 at Rs 0.03 crore versus a loss of Rs 24.62 crore in Q1-2015 and a nominal PAT of Rs 0.16 crore in Q2-2014. TIO in HY-2015 was Rs 48.93 crore, less than a third of the Rs 156.60 crore in HY-2014. The company has reported y-t-d a loss of Rs 24.65 crore versus PAT of Rs 0.91 crore in HY-2014.

The company’s financial statements indicate that its income from operations include Rs 3.5 crore relating to certain rights in Q2-2015. MAL’s other income includes Rs 1.19 crore, the proceeds of a keyman insurance policy.

Notes:  100,00,000 = 100 Lakhs = 10 million = 1 crore

Let us look at the other figures reported by the company

MAL total expenditure (TE) in Q2-2015 at Rs 23.74 crore was 52.3 per cent lower (less than half) the Rs 49.74 crore in Q1-2015 and 71.9 percent lower (less than a third) of the Rs 84.61 crore in Q2-2014. HY-2015 TE at Rs 73.48 crore was 52.6 per cent less than the Rs 154.95 crore in HY-2014.

Distributors/producers share in Q2-2015 was less than a fourth at Rs 5.74 crore of the Rs 23.04 crore in Q1-2015 and 1/13.6 times the Rs 78.21 crore in Q2-2014. Distributors/producers share in HY-2015 was Rs 28.78 crore, for HY-2014, it was Rs 143.15 crore.

Amortisation of tangible assets including film rights (amortisation expense) in Q2-2015 was Rs 9.26 crore versus the Rs 19.5 crore in Q1-2015 and the Rs 0.37 crore in Q2-2014. HY-2015 amortisation was Rs 28.76 crore, in HY-2014 it was Rs 0.42 crore.

During the current quarter, the company commenced its cinemas at Sangli and Hyderabad. Its Theatrical Exhibition segment’s revenue in Q2-2015 was Rs 8.11 crore as compared to the Rs 6.32 crore in Q1-2015 and the Rs 3.52 crore in Q2-2014. For HY-2015, revenue from Theatrical Exhibition segment revenue rose to Rs 14.43 crore from Rs 7.2 crore in HY-2014. The segment reported operating profit of Rs 0.07 crore versus an operating a loss of Rs 0.14 crore in Q1-2015 and an operating loss of Rs 0.24 crore in Q2-2014. Operating loss for HY-2015 at Rs 0.7 crore was lower than the Rs 0.16 crore in HY-2014.

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