Anchor/actress Dhivya Dharshini took to her Twitter page to impart her insight on the demand of neighborhood body taxes in Tamil Nadu government.
“Extremely debilitating to see theaters shut… 80 or more years of rich heritage,Tamil silver screen history.. thy hav been strong n thy wil be,” she tweeted.
Thirudan Police and Ulkuthu popularity director Caarthick Raju took to his Twitter page and stated, “58% tax for 100 rs. Never heard a tax like dis fr any item. Why 30% state govt tax s not forced fr all items #SaveTamilCinema.”