Posani vows to promote Telugu film industry in AP
DECCAN CHRONICLE | DC Correspondent
Vijayawada: Andhra Pradesh Film, Television and Theatre Development Corporation chairman Posani Krishna Murali vowed to promote Telugu film industry in a big way in the state.
After assuming charge as chairman of the corporation at a programme held here on Friday, he said he is familiar with problems being faced by the film industry in both the Telugu states of AP and TS. He assured to take these issues to notice of Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy and get them solved.
Posani asserted that he will make all efforts to develop the Telugu film industry, especially in Visakhapatnam.
Former information minister Perni Venkataramaiah alias Perni Nani said with state government already allocating 100 acres of land in Visakhapatnam for the film industry, he is confident that the new corporation chairman Posani Krishna Murali will fulfil the CM’s wish of making the steel city focus of the Telugu film industry.
Speaking on the occasion, film producer C. Kalyan expressed confidence that the Telugu film industry will shift to Visakhapatnam within six months.
Information and public relations commissioner T. Vijay Kumar Reddy and AP Telugu Academy chairperson Lakshmi Parvathi were among those present on the occasion.