Telugu states should also close theatres just like Kerala?

The Kerala industry is yet, surprised by the decision of closing the theatres
Written By Siddhu Manchikanti | Updated: March 12, 2020 13:09 IST
Telugu states should also close theatres just like Kerala?

Coronavirus is the largest epidemic in recent times. Covid-19 which caused by the Corona Virus has become deadly in many countries all over the world. This Virus was first found in China. The Wuhan meat market is the epicentre of the outbreak of this deadly virus.
 
The coronavirus, which originated in China and is spreading to many other countries. It spread to around 46 countries. In India, the first case identified in Kerala. The corona case also confirmed in Telangana. The respective state governments are working hard to curb the coronavirus. To that end, the Kerala government has taken an unprecedented decision to shut the crowded areas.
 
The Kerala government has discussions with the film industry. It has asked to close theatres until March 31. They took a decision in view of the welfare of the state and the health of the people. The Kerala industry is yet, surprised by the decision of closing the theatres.
 
Kerala Film Producers Association president Ranjit said that the government will close the theatres up to March 16. Then again, we will hold a meeting to decide whether to extend or should we open? He said. To this end, the big-budget film Mohanlal's 'Marakkar' postponed.
 
Likewise, as corona cases have identified in both the Telugu states, our governments should also take precaution measures. Sources from the government say that as many cases identified in Kerala it should shut the crowd areas. But there is no need to shut theatres and crowd areas in both the Telugu states. So, it seems like our government will not shut the theatres. But the producers are in a dilemma whether to release the films or not at this moment.
 



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