IMPPA Writes A Letter To CM Uddhav Thackeray, Asks To Save Film Industry

IMPPA Writes A Letter To CM Uddhav Thackeray, Asks To Save Film Industry

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IMPPA Writes A Letter To CM Uddhav Thackeray, Asks To Save Film Industy
IMPPA Writes A Letter To CM Uddhav Thackeray, Asks To Save Film Industy

A day after Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visited Mumbai and proposed an alternative film city, a letter has been sent to the Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray by the Indian Motion Picture Producers’ Association (IMPPA).

Seeking suggestion on the upcoming film city in Noida which will be spread across 1,000 acres.

UP CM recently unveiled an ambitious plan to set up the film city in Noida and offered the film fraternity to come to Uttar Pradesh.

In the letter addressed to Thackeray IMPPA said that they are “happy to note” that the chief minister had “vocally and clearly stated that Maharashtra is the birthplace of the film industry.” Following Yogi’s visit, Thackeray had vowed not to allow anybody to “forcibly” take away businesses.

“Mumbai is the heart of the Hindi film industry and nobody can take it anywhere because the industry consists of its people, which are producers, directors, artistes and other technicians are the ones who form the core of the industry. We can assure you that our members will definitely not lose out on opportunities made available to them by other states and countries but they will never shift their base,” the IMPPA said in the letter.

The body also mentioned that the city is the “heart and soul” of the industry.” It is noteworthy that Mumbai produces majority of films in Hindi language which is the one language in the country which has kept Indians all over the world connected to each other due to the entertainment and drama provided to them by Hindi films which are the main source of saluting our culture and social fabric and keeping national integrity alive and intact. “In the present economic scenario as the lockdown pandemic continues to wreak havoc, the birthplace of Hindi cinema is gradually becoming the graveyard and we have repeatedly pleaded that necessary steps need to be taken to save the Hindi film industry.”

“The Hindi film industry is also a business which needs to be nurtured and looked after and hence all benefits available to other industries have to be made available to films and entertainment industry if they are going to be a sustainable and viable proposition,” the letter read.

Seeking suggestion on the upcoming film city in Noida which will be spread across 1,000 acres.

Yogi met Bollywood members including directors, producers and actors.


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