Commenting on Telangana government’s latest proposal to set up a Film City in whopping 2000 acres, director-producer Tammareddy Bharadwaj outrightly says that “it’s not sufficient and there needs to be done more for the development of film industry”
Expressing satisfaction over government’s move, Tammareddy, former Film Chamber president, on other hand raises alarm bell for reforms that need to be implemented in filmdom. Tammareddy points out, “Ticketing system should be computerised only then the taxes will reach the government.” Tammareddy says that it’s a Herculean task to get police permissions for the film shootings in and around Hyderabad which he wants to be loosen up. He also requested government to act against existing “monopoly”, “highhandedness” in distribution system. Tammareddy says government should offer SOPs to small producers for their survival.