Bengaluru, March 6: Taking inspiration from Tamil Nadu government model on price fixation of movie tickets in multiplexes, now IT-city (Bengaluru) which is known for expensive life style will revise the Karnataka film policy and is likely to fix the movie tickets in multiplexes: Rs 120 according media report.
The government of Karnataka very soon will revise the film policy. A group of committee will look at all possible revisions drawing Tamil Nadu model as its inspiration. However, it is also reported that a minimum price of Rs. 100 has also recommended.
Bengaluru is the city which has highest ticket price as compare to other southern cities. A report prepared by TA Pai Management Institute citing the highest ticket price and look over the complaints of Karnataka audience will very soon come up with less price recommendation.
It is learnt that Karnataka film Industry will soon meet Chief minister of Karnataka, Siddaramaiah for pre-budget meeting on Friday, March 11.
According to a media report Bengaluru has around 24,800 multiplexes seat with around 130 screens and the average price is Rs 250, so revision of policy will help both audiences as well as producers.
This is not the first time but earlier, in 2014 Karnataka government tried to minimise the price policy.