It is widely known that the active Telugu producers guild has taken a decision to stall the film shootings from today. Obeying the rules, most of the Tollywood producers stalled the shooting for their respective films.
But the impact of the strike declared by the Telugu active producers guild has been receiving mixed responses. As per the reports, the shooting for Tamil star Vijay’s upcoming film, Varisu under the direction of Vamshi Paidipally is underway at Vizag Airport from this morning.
The makers claim that the film is not Telugu-Tamil bilingual but only a Kollywood film which is being shot here and will not be considered as a Tollywood film escapes producer Dil Raju who is also one of the active members in the Tollywood producers guild.
Showing the same excuse, the shooting for the Hindi remake of Chatrapati under the direction of VV Vinayak is progressing at Aluminium Factory at Gachibowli. Starring noted hero Bellamkonda Srinivas in the lead role, the film is an official remake of SS Rajamouli’s 2005 film, Chatrapati.
By seeing the above incidents, it is clear that the strick announced by Telugu film producers has been receiving mixed responses from the filmmakers.
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