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The Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce has called for a meeting of the Kannada film industry representatives on October 11 to hammer out a solution to the present crisis.
Briefing the media persons in a press conference, H.D. Gangaraju, President of the KFCC expressed the hope that any issues will be resolved if it is discussed in a negotiating table in a spirit of give and take.
He also said that the film chamber has now decided to take action against all those responsible for violating the instructions in releasing Chiranjeevi starrer Stalin in more number of theatres in the state. S.A. Chinnegowda, Treasurer of the KFCC was also present in the press conference.
Chinnegowda said that the Kannada film producers association should try and find out who was responsible for the release of Chiranjeevi starrer Stalin in more number of centers in the state. "Proper investigations would certainly reveal the truth. According to our information some of the producers themselves had shown excessive interest in getting Stalin in more number of theatres' said Chinnegowda.
"The investigations may lead to a few prominent producers who are behind the present agitation to stop production activities of new films. Because of the mistakes of a few influential producers, many of the genuine producers who wanted to launch new films are suffering now' charged Gangaraj.
Chinnegowda said that many top producers were not taken into confidence and a few disgruntled producers have called for a meeting and forced a decision on a majority of producers.
Gangaraj said that the producers have now confirmed that they will attend the film chamber's meeting on October 11 and hoped a solution to the present crisis will be hammered at that meeting.