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Hyderabad, April 12 (
State cinematography and animal husbandry minister Talasani srinivas yadav  has directed to take action to avoid legal obstacles to the implementation of online ticketing. He said the implementation of the online ticket system would be beneficial for the transparency of cinema tickets in cinema theaters. On Thursday, the Chamber of the Secretariat reviewed the online ticketing system.


 The meeting was attended by FDC Chairman Rammohan Rao, Home Department Principal Secretary Rajiv Trivedi, Information Commissioner, Municipal and Urban Development Department Principal Arvind Kumar, Revenue (Commercial Taxes) Principal Secretary Somesh Kumar, Justice Secretary Niranjan Rao, GHMC Commissioner Janardhan Reddy participated. In the course of the week, we have been asked to recognize the steps to be taken to implement online ticketing. The Minister also said that the film is currently in tune with the film ticket prices and the high cost of the movie being sold in the theaters. He said the audience would be burdened by service charges from various private online websites ranging from Rs 20 to Rs 40. The minister said that while 50 per cent of the tickets are to be sold online, they are selling additional tickets. He said that 18 per cent of less than Rs 100 less than Rs 100 in GST system and 28 per cent tax is higher than Rs 100, and 1.98 per cent of online payment is not available. Besides, cabins in film theaters are required to set up boats to make sure the prices of food items are sold and at the preferred prices. The film directed against the rules of the theater was directed to take action against the theater managers.

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