The cinema ticket prices restriction imposed by the government of Andhra Pradesh is the sole point of discussion in Tollywood now. There is a strong notion to demand the state government to track back on the restriction.
Now, Naga Chaitanya, who is actively promoting Bangarraju was asked to comment about the situation in Andhra Pradesh and he came up with a diplomatic response to the same.
"I am an actor. I am not too bothered about the revenue aspects of my projects. You should ask my producers about the ticket prices issue. If they don't have problem with it, neither do I. The GO came back in April and we commenced filming in August. We modified the budget based on the GO. If the government permits price hikes, it will help us. If not, we are content with whatever is in effect now," Chaitanya said.
Previously, Nagarjuna said he is not bothered by the ticket pricing regulation in Andhra Pradesh. And now, Naga Chaitanya has made a very similar comment when he was asked about the whole fiasco.
Notably, the government of Andhra Pradesh permitted 100% seating capacity at cinema halls and even relaxed the night curfew regulations which is coming as a blessing for Bangarraju.