Entertainment Live News Update: Pahlaj Nihalani Says – Forgive GST on Film Industry

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Mumbai Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Budget for the coming financial year in Parliament on February 2. The eyes of all or citizens were on this budget because they were very interested to know what the government has planned for the economy. Long-term lockdowns in response to the Corona virus epidemic have taken a heavy toll on the economy.

But the entertainment industry union budget has disappointed. Entertainment is an industry that pays a lot of taxes to the government, yet the government has not made any good arrangements for this industry. Although Pahlaj Nihalani, the former chairman of the Central Board of Film Certification, thinks that the budget is the future, there is nothing for the film world in general.

Nihalani elaborated, “The film world has suffered a lot during the epidemic. I think the GST imposed on the film industry for the next 3 years should be completely waived. Also, the electricity bill of the exhibition sector needs to be waived. The property tax of those involved in the film industry should be completely waived until the industry returns to normal.

Recently, Hansal Mehta took to social media to express his regret for not going on a hunger strike for the Anna Hazare peasant movement. In this case, Hum Sal Mehta also did a tweet, in which he expressed his regret for supporting Anna Hazara. In this tweet, Hansal Mehta also moved away from ‘Simran’ and this thing is no longer on Kangana Ranaut’s neck. Kangana Ranaut expressed regret in a tweet.


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