2000 theaters remain closed in Telugu states

rp_amma-theaters-300x225.jpgAbout 2,000 theatres in the two Telugu states remained shut for the second consecutive day by the call given by South Indian Film Producers Council over Virtual Print Fee (DPF).

The producer council declared that the shutdown will continue till the Digital Service Providers (DSPs) reduce VPF for regional language films. The DSPs were charging Rs 22,500 as VPF.

Some multiplexes on Saturday screened English and Hindi movies but there were no shows of Telugu films. Telugu/Tamil/Malayalam Movies will release only after the DSP Issue Settlement.

Telangana Film Chamber of Commerce requests theatre exhibitors to not screen Indian films in protest against Virtual Print Fee (VPF) charged by Digital Service Providers (DSP) for Indian movies.