Telugu film shooting is on a halt for the fourth day on Thursday, even though key producer Dil Raju stated that they do not aim to halt production for months. Following a meeting of the Telugu Film Chamber, Dail Raju said that he has no personal motive and is solely working for the sake of the industry.
Dil Raju, who is leading a producer group created by Film Chamber, stated that he had no intention of putting film shoots on hold for months.
According to the producer, the Film Chamber has formed four committees to handle Tollywood's challenges. The committees are focusing on problems such as OTT, VPF charges, income proportion, film artist compensation, and production costs.
C. Kalyan, another prominent producer, stated that filming has been on hold indefinitely to address the concerns. He disputed that there were any distinctions between producers. According to Kalyan, both the Producers' Council and the Active Telugu Film Producers' Guild (ATPG, are striving toward the same goal.
ATPG was the first to announce the decision to suspend filming. The Film Chamber of Commerce supported its decision on Sunday.
Many films have their shooting on hold due to the action of the producers' organizations. Allu Arjun's "Pushpa 2," Balakrishna-Gopichand Malineni's untitled project, Ravi Teja's "Tiger Nageshwara Rao" and "Ravanasura," Vijay Deverakonda's "Khushi," and Nagarjuna's "The Ghost" are among them.