The movie industry seems to be closed due to corona virus infection. When all the work of the film is stopped, the employment of many is also in crisis. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
Cinema buildings are sure to take a few more months to open. As a result, on the one hand, the cinema hall operators are in crisis and on the other hand, the producers are also in crisis.
Now, no decision has been made yet on how to release the film. Stakeholders need to sit down and discuss this issue.
Producer Madhav Wagle complains that the hall operators keep the entire load on the manufacturer’s plate only. Talking to online news, he said, “The cost of upgrading the hall and the staff cost are being borne by the manufacturer.” Hall operators have squeezed the manufacturer. ‘
He said that the hall operators should also fulfill their responsibility in making the film. “Once the film is made in India, the owners of the big halls take over the distribution,” he said. They also invest in movies. However, in Nepal, the hall operator has no obligation towards the film. Therefore, they are only adding to the burden on the manufacturer. ‘
He also expressed dissatisfaction over the distribution of shares between exhibitors and producers. Wagle, a hockey player, says, “Operators have upgraded the halls for their own halls.” Not for the manufacturer. One thing that is important to understand is that the movie will run in the hall. The hall will not run on its own. ‘