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I&B ministry urges home ministry to reopen movie theatres from August

MUMBAI: Due to the Covid2019 pandemic, cinema halls across India were shut from March. While several businesses started operational work in Unlock phases 1.0 and 2.0, movie theatres are still waiting for the government's nod. Now, as India is approaching  Unlock 3.0, the information and...

Regulators I&B Ministry
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Theatres seek govt aid for re-opening; film producers observe global footfall trends

Social distancing might continue to be the norm even when lockdowns are lifted completely. Theatre owners around the country are in planning mode to resume business as soon as the government gives permission.

Movies Hindi
Film piracy: Govt has no 'losses' figure, industry estimates Rs 180 bn a yr

NEW DELHI: Even as the government said that no definite data was available on losses owing to piracy “if any”, the film industry had said in mid-2016 that the Indian film industry was losing $ 2.7 billion (Rs 180 billion) every year. Minister of state for information and broadcasting Rajyavardhan...

Regulators I&B Ministry
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Actors shown in smoking scenes in films or TV should promote anti-smoking

NEW DELHI: The Shyam Benegal Committee on Film Certification, which earlier recommended that alterations or changes in any film can be made by the Central Board of Film Certification only with the consent of the rights holder, has now said that a “meaningful static disclaimer in the beginning of...

Movies Hindi
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Maharashtra single-screen theatres to go on indefinite strike from 12 Oct

MUMBAI: In support of their various demands, around 540 single-screen cinema theatres in Maharashtra will go on an indefinite bandh from 12 October.

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