In Andhra Pradesh on Friday three film theaters caught which screened the Telugu motion picture Lakshmi’s NTR disregarding the requests of the Election Commission of India. The three performance centers screened the film on May 1. Despite the fact that the race experts did not offer authorization to screen the film, the administrations of the three performance centers overlooked the requests and displayed the motion picture in the first part of the day appear.
At the point when nearby income authorities came to know about this, they let off the performance centers with a notice. Be that as it may, the state Chief Electoral Officer (CEO), Gopal Krishna Dwivedi, took a genuine note of this. He told the media on Friday that he prescribed the EC to make a move against the Kadapa area Joint Collector who neglected to stop the screening of the film. Following the CEO’s announcement, Joint Collector Koteswar Rao requested the concerned authorities to seize the three theaters.
Authorities said these auditoriums can’t screen any film. The executive of Lakshmi’s NTR and questionable producer Ram Gopal Varma had wanted to discharge the motion picture in Andhra Pradesh on May 1, however the CEO had clarified that the requests limiting the film’s presentation were still in power. Varma was approached to cling to the EC’s April 10 request limiting the presentation of the film till further requests.
Lakshmi’s NTR, which was discharged in Telangana a month ago, manages Telugu Desam Party (TDP) originator and previous Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N.T. Rama Rao’s second marriage with Lakshmi Parvathi and the ensuing occasions, including the revolt by his child in-law N. Chandrababu Naidu, and NTR’s passing.
The Election Commission had wouldn’t permit the screening of the motion picture in Andhra Pradesh after some TDP functionaries moved toward it. They affirmed that the film delineated Chief Minister and TDP President N. Chandrababu Naidu in negative light, which could affect the gathering’s survey prospects. Races to the 175-part Andhra Pradesh Assembly and 25 Lok Sabha situates in the state were hung on April 11.