Shivrajkumar says the issue of the movie theater has been solved: Shivraj Kumar,
Bangalore: Actor Shivraj Kumar has mentioned that the issues related to the movie ‘James’ have been resolved and the followers needn’t fear.
Talking to mediapersons after a sequence of conferences as we speak, Shivraj Kumar mentioned: ‘James’ is an emotional affair. Having mentioned that, it has already been negotiated with producers, administrators and performers,
Shivrajkumar, talking after assembly with Chief Minister Basavaraja Bommai, mentioned, “James’s efficiency is carefree. No one is nervous, please. You (the followers) are getting nearer to your favourite actor’s cinema and to me, my very own cinema. We won’t let this movie develop into any type of downside. Chief Minister Bommai has additionally promised. James isn’t bothered by the ‘RRR’ or ‘Kashmir Files’ that are presently being launched. Kashmir Files can also be performing effectively. No one instructed you to take it off. It isn’t proper to say so. It isn’t okay to interrupt a superb movie. He additionally mentioned that followers ought to train warning.
‘Don’t wish to get too onerous
Shivraj Kumar, in the meantime, expressed his displeasure with the movie’s proprietor and mentioned that the movie shouldn’t be taken away when the movie goes effectively. If it’s any movie it ought to stand of their favor. The cinematographer mustn’t go to the paddock as he’ll get a lot cash, ‘he mentioned.
There isn’t any hindrance to the James present: CM Bommai
CM Basavaraja Bommai additionally spoke on the similar issue and mentioned that the James Cinema Show wouldn’t be allowed to intrude. I’ve spoken to the Film Chamber of Commerce about this. Immediately in bother, nobody ought to take away James’ cinema from theaters. The involved producers mentioned that the movie theater has the energy to repair it.
I’ve additionally spoken to actor Shivraj Kumar. If I’ve bother, please contact the Film Chamber of Commerce or my consideration. They have additionally agreed. Bommai mentioned that the Congress occasion has gone right down to politics in cinema too.