“I always believed that without the apparent support of the production executives, making of films is just next to impossibility. They are the pillars of strength to any small or mammoth project. When it comes to their welfare or well-being, I am always ready to extend my whole-hearted support. I wish that the silver jubilee function of production executive union will be a great success,” said prominent producer KS Ramarao.
In the light of their forthcoming silver jubilee function, production executives union organised a meeting to divulge the information about aims and objectives of the union.
Key heads of the film industry graced the meet to express their solidarity to the union. Ace producer Dil Raju reiterated that he very well knew the hard work put in by production executives and the hardships they encounter.
“I will be among those who show utmost concern and care about the union,” Dil Raju said. C Kalyan, in his speech, categorically analysed the intricacies involved in organising a function or meeting. He referred to the blame he faced at the time of 75 years’ function of Telugu cinema.
“But for the support by KS Ramarao, I couldn’t have come out of the whirlpool of irksome issues. Though not a single rupee was out of balance in the final account, Ramarao and I were coerced to pay income tax by taking loans. I am happy that now good omen is evident for this union as preparations are in the process to arrange land or houses for the members. As funds are being pooled up, in case of any shortage, I take the lead to supplement it,” C Kalyan vouched.
The president of the Movie Artists Association, actor Naresh, Jeevitha and Rajiv Kanakala also expressed their readiness in being with the union. President of the union, Ammiraju shouldered the onus of conducting the meeting with a full attendance of all the members.