Good News to Tollywood: Movie celebrities Chiranjeevi, Mahesh Babu, Rajamouli met AP CM YS Jagan.

Good News to Tollywood: Megastar Chiranjeevi says auspicious card for Andhra Pradesh movie ticket controversy. He also said that they have responded positively to all the proposals put forward by the CM. He also asked for a wish. Therefore, there will be cooperation from Tollywood.

Greeting card for ticket deal in AP .. What does the CM want from Tollywood ..?

Good News to Tollywood: The auspicious card has fallen for the movie ticket controversy that has been raging for the last few months. The Tollywood elders had a discussion with CM Jagan for about an hour and a half. A total of 17 items were put before the CM at the meeting by the Tollywood bigwigs. Movie heroes and directors are hopeful that Jivo will be officially released soon on the rise in ticket rates. Also from the film elders, CM Jagan Mohan Reddy .. asked for a wish .. the film elders happily said OK ..

Good News to Tollywood: Movie celebrities Chiranjeevi, Mahesh Babu, Rajamouli met AP CM YS Jagan.
Good News to Tollywood: Movie celebrities Chiranjeevi, Mahesh Babu, Rajamouli met AP CM YS Jagan.

Speaking to media after meeting CM Jagan, megastar Chiranjeevi expressed happiness over the talks. CM Jagan thanked the big heart .. without any trouble to the common man .. as well as without any financial hardship to the film industry .. he expressed happiness that he has taken the decision. Also, to make short films live .. CM Jagan said that he has given permission for another additional show. However, CM Jagan also said that he had made a wish.

Chiranjeevi said that at present the whole world is talking about Telugu cinema . However, he said that the Telugu industry should be developed in Andhra Pradesh as well. Chiranjeevi said that the film should be shot regularly in AP, especially in Visakhapatnam. He also said that film shootings should be held more frequently in Visakhapatnam . He hoped that more shootings would take place in AP, which would provide employment to more workers in the two states.