Shiv Sena slams BJP minister for watering down 'prime-time' rule

Slamming the Maharashtra cultural affairs minister Vinod Tawde for redefining the 'prime-time' for screening of Marathi films in multiplexes between 12 noon to 9 pm, the ruling coalition partner Shiv Sena Saturday said Marathi films should get reserved slots of their choice.

Apr 18, 2015, 13:49 PM IST
Marathi movies' compulsory screening planned, celebs slam diktat

Marathi movies' compulsory screening planned, celebs slam diktat

Maharashtra on Tuesday announced it was mulling to make screening of Marathi films in multiplexes in the state during peak hour compulsory but the decision not only left members of film fraternity shocked, but drew ferocious reactions slamming the government's "dictatorship" and "dadagiri" and that regional movies should be encouraged, not forced.

Apr 07, 2015, 19:33 PM IST

Inox to acquire Satyam Cineplexes in Rs 182-crore deal

The Mumbai-based exhibitor will acquire 100 percent equity share capital of Satyam from its promoters, Inox said in a statement.

Jul 30, 2014, 19:42 PM IST

MNS wing threatens stir against multiplexes

A Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS)-affiliated body Monday warned multiplexes to screen Marathi films during prime time slots or face the music.

Aug 13, 2012, 20:38 PM IST

CFSI to sell tickets for film screenings in Metros

The Children`s Film Society of
India (CFSI) would now start charging marginally for its film
shows in Metros.

Jan 09, 2012, 20:06 PM IST

Multiplexes have decreased film business: Manmohan Shetty

Manmohan Shetty, who had kickstarted India`s multiplex revolution, now blames their growth on negative impact on film industry revenue.

Sep 25, 2010, 14:45 PM IST

Multiplexes should reduce Marathi film ticket prices: Uddhav

Shiv Sena executive president Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday said that multiplex owners should reduce the price of tickets for Marathi films.

Aug 22, 2010, 14:03 PM IST

MNS to pay for damages to multiplexes: Chavan

Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok
Chavan today said MNS activists, who had gone on a rampage in
various multiplexes here last week demanding prime-time slot
for Marathi movies, will have to pay for damage to the halls.

Aug 17, 2010, 23:40 PM IST

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