Tamil film strike ends, movies to release tomorrow

Chennai: As the 48-day strike called by the Tamil Film Producers Council (TFPC) has ended, new movies will hit the screens from Friday onwards and advance bookings are already open for Karthik Subbaraj’s ‘Mercury’. About 40 films are awaiting release in the state. Kamal Haasan starrer Viswaroopam-2 and Rajinikath's Kaala would soon be released. Film shoots that had been suspended for a month will also resume from Friday. “It was not a strike or a shutdown. It was a revamp aimed at structuring the film industry and levelling the playing field to favour small-budget producers. From June, the film trade will become more transparent than ever,” said TFPC president Vishal.

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