The Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce has decided to urge the state government to increase the subsidy amount to 15 lakhs. Right now the Government has been giving Rs 10 lakhs for 100 films and the KFCC is all set to request an hike by Rs 5 lakhs from next year.
KFCC's new president Thomas D'Souza himself said during his first press conference as the KFCC president.
'We are planning to urge the government to increase in the subsidy amount apart from sanctioning land at hobli and taluk levels for the construction of Janata Chitra Mandira. We also request the government to bring in the Anti-Gooda act in full form and to curb the excess ticket price in multiplexes' said Thomas D'Souza.
KFCC's new office bearers A Ganesh, Ba Ma Harish, B R Keshava, G Venkatesh and others were present at the press conference