“Ulaganayagan” Kamal Haasan, who turned into the most recent hi-fi VIP to be foraying into little screen by facilitating the questionable ‘Bigg Boss’ for a territorial TV slot, has blamed the State Govt. of deliberately making it extreme for the film industry.
Theaters in Tamil Nadu have stayed closed for as far back as three days to challenge the 30% entertainment tax by the State as, added to 28% GST, it would hurt them more than ever. Rajini has engaged the State Govt. to consider rejecting the entertainment tax as has been done in neighboring Kerala. Kamal, who has been voicing his assessment generally on many issues, has talked up about the issue.
“I’m certain the challenge against twofold tax collection would pick up energy soon. Kerala chose not to force any extra assessment past GST for film-production and theaters. The slightest that the Govt. of Tamil Nadu could do to spare the as of now sinking industry of movies is not to force any extra taxes. States, for example, Karnataka, Telengana and Andhra Pradesh have taken a lead in how to manage the issue, which is commendable.
“Govt. of Tamil Nadu’s 30% entertainment tax seems to have been forced deliberately with the expectation of harming media outlets. In the present administration, we need to endure such torments and defilement. I’m attempting to act developed in the meantime staying away from degenerate and cash hungry legislators. The entire industry is in a strained state.
“Prior, Bihar was topping the rundown of States in debasement; it now gives the idea that Tamil Nadu has supplanted Bihar as the most degenerate State. I just expectation the challenge picks up energy to accomplish the coveted outcome,” Kamal Haasan said.