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Karnataka theaters to defy moratorium

In a move to challenge the seven-week moratorium on non-Kannada films in Karnataka enforced by the state government sponsored Pandey committee, theatre owners in Karnataka are likely to release two new non-Kannada films on Friday, 2 October.

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Kannada film producers' fraternity takes on filmdom embargo

BANGALORE: Undeterred by the trade barriers thrust on it by the Indian film industry -- mainly represented by the Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and some doyens from the Bollywood industry -- the Kannada film producers fraternity has decided to take on cudgels and go ahead on its own, at least until the...

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Bangalore non-Kannada film exhibitors seek Bollywood support

BANGALORE: The Karnataka Cinema Theater Owners Association (KCTOA) has invited film personalities from Bollywood including Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Hrithik Roshan and Aishwarya and the South Indian stars Rajnikant and Chiranjeevi to take part in a solidarity march against the Karnataka...

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Bangalore non-Kannada theaters apprehensive over state panel report

BANGALORE: The future seems bleak for non-Kannada film screen if the government agrees to the decisions arrived at by the panel headed by the chief secretary KP Pandey on 23 August.

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State panel okays delayed release of non-Kannada films

BANGALORE: The panel headed by Karnataka chief secretary KP Pandey has given in to the demands of the Karnataka Film Producers Association (KFPA) and the Karnataka Film Directors Association (KFDA) on non-Kannada Films' release in Karnataka

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