It is known that a Tollywood delegation will be meeting with Andhra Pradesh chief minister, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on the 20th of this month. Jagan has already allotted his appointment to the Tollywood delegation. But it is still unclear how many representatives of Tollywood will be allowed to meet with Jagan on the above-mentioned date. Meanwhile, Chiranjeevi, who will be spearheading the Tollywood delegation has started inviting several Tollywood top stars for the meeting. He has apparently come in touch with top stars like Allu Arjun, Jr NTR, Ram Charan, Prabhas, Mahesh Babu, and others. Chiranjeevi has invited these bigwigs to the meeting with YS Jagan which is scheduled to take place on the 20th of this month.
It is heard that the likes of Mahesh Babu, Prabhas, Jr NTR, Allu Arjun, Ram Charan, and others have agreed to take part in the meeting. If Jagan permits as many people to take part in the meeting, we can expect it to be a star-studded affair as it will be graced by several top tier Tollywood superstars. Apart from Chiranjeevi and Nagarjuna, who will obviously be attending the event, we can expect the younger generation of Tollywood stars to also attend the meeting.
It is essential that the government of Andhra Pradesh permits flexible ticket pricing if big-ticket Telugu films are to release in theatres and make sizable profits. That is the reason why top stars are ready and eager to take part in the meeting with Jagan. These actors will be requesting Jagan to take a favourable decision regarding the ticket pricing. As for Jagan, he is planning to discuss the government of Andhra Pradesh’s online cinema ticketing portal. He is persistent in setting the online ticketing proposal in motion at the earliest. This will be one of the key topics that will come to the discussion in the meeting.
With the much-awaited meeting just around the corner, we can expect more details about the same to emerge in the next few days. Meanwhile, the Tollywood delegation is already preparing for the same. All eyes are now on Jagan’s decision on flexible ticket pricing.