The telangana government has given directives for the producers of "Kalki 2898 AD" to raise the price of admission tickets and permit the showing of special events, notwithstanding the film's june 27 release date.
A government rule allows the movie producers to run a special sixth screening on the day of release at 5:30 am for an additional Rs. 200 (GST included). In addition, every theatre where the film is launched will screen it five times a day for the first eight days, from june 27 to July 4.

The government has extended a special increase for regular shows by Rs. 75 for single screens and Rs. 100 for multiplexes throughout the state for this duration. This indicates that, without 3D fees, ticket rates for multiplexes will be Rs. 413, and for single screens, Rs. 265. On the day of the launch, tickets for the special sixth performance would cost Rs. 495 in multiplexes and Rs. 377 on single screens, without including 3D fees.

While many social media users lamented the expensive prices, fans were ecstatic to have the chance to see the movie so early on Thursday. Early OTT releases are causing a lot of problems for the telugu film industry. It is strongly discouraged to add outrageous ticket costs for films like #Kalki! If this keeps on, who will be attending the theatres? Let's maintain the affordability and accessibility of our cinema, as it has always been. One user said, "Don't make films a luxury."
The big-budget movie, which is being produced by vyjayanthi movies and stars Prabhas, deepika Padukone, amitabh bachchan, Kamal Haasan, and Disha Patani, will be released nationwide.

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