The conciliation meet which took place on Wednesday at Trivandrum to solve the crisis related to the number of releasing centres of films could not take a concrete decision. Government officials tried their best to reach an understanding with different organizations from the film field. Chalachitra Academy chairman K.R. Mohanan announced that a meeting would be convened again on 17th November. Representatives of producers and theatre owners participated in the meeting, but noticeably, nobody representing the distributors' association was present.
The meeting did not discuss anything on the release of Twenty:20. Twenty:20 will be the worst affected film of this crisis, as this multi-starrer film is about to release. B and C class theatre owners demand that Twenty:20 should be released in more centres like Kuruskshetra and Maya Bazaar.
Kuruskshetra was released in 114 centres, including B class theatres. But A class theatre owners demand that releasing should be limited to 70 A class theatres only. It is heard that Cultural Minister M.A. Baby may intervene soon for an amicable settlement.