TFPC strike called off, guess which movie to be the first release!

LAST MODIFIED: April 19 2018, 13:16 IST

Thus, at last following 48 days, the strike in Kollywood reached an end on Tuesday evening after the Tamil Film Producer Council, Theater proprietors and the Digital Service Providers arrived at a conclusion. After much talk and going to an understanding, the strike was canceled yesterday and this lone implies that new movies are all to hit screens this Friday. Obviously, happy minute for the moviegoers, who have not seen a solitary discharge since 48 days.

All things considered, and learn to expect the unexpected. The main film to discharge is Prabhu Deva starrer Mercury. Performer Vishal took to Twitter and affirmed that Karthik Subbaraj’s Mercury will be the principal discharge post the strike. He expressed, “Here we go. Our first Tamil film discharge after the patch up is going to be #MercuryMovie in an excellent scale.looking fwd to this exquisite wander from @karthiksubbaraj.all da best. #Tfpc will guarantee an enormous and amazing discharge mind all help. God favor.”

Discussing the film, Mercury is a noiseless spine chiller around five long-lasting companions who meet up for a secondary school gathering and what turns up next with them is certain to keep you on the edge of the seats. The film likewise stars Ramya Nambeesan, Sanath Reddy and Idhuja Ravichandran in principle parts. The declaration for the discharge date is anticipated.

In the mean time, discussing the requests of the TFPC, which incorporate computerisation of ticketing, adaptable ticket valuing, lessening in internet booking charges, Vishal at a press meet yesterday stated, “The most essential perspective is according to our demand Tamil Nadu government has requested every one of the performance centers to go completely straightforward from June 1. A Government Order will be passed soon on this. Ticket costs will wind up adaptable relying on the size of the film – little and enormous motion pictures. Each film’s ticket cost will be chosen, according to the film’s esteem and scale.”