There have been reports that the government of Andhra Pradesh will revisit the prices of movie tickets for the various types of theaters in the state. According to sources, tentative information about ticket prices has been available.
According to the leaked information, AC theaters may collect a maximum price of Rs 140 and a minimum price of Rs 100, while non-AC theaters may charge Rs 80 as the maximum and Rs 60 as the minimum.
In municipal corporation areas, the ticket prices may range from Rs 120 to Rs 90 for AC theaters at maximum and minimum, respectively. While no AC theaters exist in municipal corporation areas, tickets may cost between Rs 100 and Rs 60.
Audiences in Nagar Panchayats can watch films for Rs 100 and Rs 60 (maximum and minimum), in non-AC theaters, they can watch films for Rs 60 and Rs 40, and in Gram Panchayats, you can watch films for Rs 50 and Rs 30.
Kumar Vishwajeet, principal secretary, is chairing the committee that proposed these rates.
Perni Nani, the cinematography minister of Telangana, and YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, the state’s chief minister, are reevaluating these rates, and their final decision will be revealed after they have considered pros and cons together.