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ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN AGAINST THE THEATRE COLLECTED HIGH AMOUNT FOR MOVIE TICKETS

Devarajan belonged to Madras Cheppiyam. In the petition filed in the Chennai High Court, the movie owners have been charging more than a fee higher than the government-set fees for the first 5 days when new films are being played.

According to the government issued by the Government of Tamil Nadu in 2009, the theaters will be charged from Rs 10 to Rs.120 in theaters including refrigerator and restaurant, while other theaters will charge Rs 5 to Rs 50. But, instead of the new film, Rs 200-500 is charged. I have already filed a case against this. ”

But, instead of the new film, Rs 200-500 is charged. I have already filed a case against this. ”

Also, the movie ‘Vivegam’ which is currently starring actor Ajith Kumar has been released. The cinemas which have screened the movie, charge up to Rs. 500. No action has yet been taken by the Chief Minister’s Office, Home Secretary, Commercial Tax Commissioner, Commercial Tax Specialist, Joint Commissioner, etc. from 17th to 22nd.

No action has yet been taken by the Chief Minister’s Office, Home Secretary, Commercial Tax Commissioner, Commercial Tax Specialist, Joint Commissioner, etc. from 17th to 22nd.

Hence, the film owners should be fined Rs. 1 lakh per day for the movie owners, and the special committees should be ordered across the state to order the state government, “he said. The petition came before the judge yesterday.

The judge asked the Tamil Nadu government to answer the petition. Furthermore, the trial was dropped on 11th of September .

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