Akkineni Nagarjuna participates in the distribution of the daily essentials to the film and television workers; thanks Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav for the initiative

Nagarjuna Akkineni along with Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav fulfilled the requirement of poor cinema workers and Nag hoped that the Government order about film shoots will come out soon
Written By Thulasi Ram | Updated: May 28, 2020 23:40 IST
Akkineni Nagarjuna participates in the distribution of the daily essentials to the film and television workers; thanks Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav for the initiative

Telangana Cinematography Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav turned a big strength for Tollywood. We all are aware that he is conducting meetings with the film and TV personalities regularly. Now, he has extended his support to the film and TV workers. Talasani distributed daily essentials to 14000 cine and TV workers earlier today. The event happened at Annapurna seven acres, in Hyderabad. Many industry big wigs have attended this event. Akkineni Nagarjuna, SS Rajamouli, Trivikram, Dil Raju and C. Kalyan are among the industry big wigs who have attended the event. Nagarjuna has thanked Talasani for this noble initiative. Talasani donated goods through his Talasani Seva Trust.
 
Speaking to the media, the King actor said, 'I sincerely thank Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav garu for his support in these tough times. He has given us time and conducted various meetings with us. Now, he has also extended his support for the cine and TV workers. I would also like to thank CM KCR garu for his support. Hopefully, the government will come up with a GO to resume the film shootings in the state.'
 
The Government of Telangana extended its full support to the film industry. Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao has assured the producers that he will pass a GO soon to allow the film shoots in the state. During the initial stages, there will be certain rules and regulations that should get followed in the shoot locations. The government will also issue the guidelines soon to both the film and television industries.
 


CREDITS: TWITTER


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