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"Mersal's advance booking will start from Monday", informed Abirami Ramanathan, president of theatre association of Tamil Nadu during the media interaction after the meeting. However, after negotiating with Chief Minister Edappadi Palaniswami on Friday, the producers' guild settled for 8 percent local body tax.

At 15:08 hrs PVR was quoting at Rs 1,404.95, up Rs 54.60, or 4.04 percent, on the BSE. The 20 percent local body tax on non-Tamil films, however, is still in place.

The Tamil Nadu government chose to increase liquor prices at a Cabinet meeting held on Wednesday, in a move that authorities say will add Rs 5,320 crore to the state's coffers. "We have requested the government to consider reducing the tax on films of other languages".

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He added that the government has also agreed to increase the ticket prices, for multiplexes it would be between Rs 50 and Rs 150, Air Conditioned theatres Rs 40 and Rs 100 and non air-conditioned theatres Rs 30 and Rs 80. The new ticket price is expected to come into effect from Diwali. "Audience don't have to pay more at ticket counters than the rates fixed by the government".

His assertion comes against the backdrop of cinema theatres charging exorbitant ticket prices for movies of top heroes like Rajinikanth. The TFPC said food and beverage in canteens should be sold at MRP.

The TFPC has cleared the roadblock for Mersal's release and the film will hit the screens on Diwali as scheduled.

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