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Finance Minister News

  • | February 25th, 2015

    Shah Rukh Khan: I am sure that this year’s budget will have something that will benefit our film industry!

    Shah Rukh Khan: I am sure that this year’s budget will have something that will benefit our film industry!

    The actor is all set to come back to the small screen with a new show…
    As Arun Jaitley is set to present the Union Budget on February 28, Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan hopes that the film industry will be taken into consideration by the Finance Minister. Click here to read more

  • | March 16th, 2012

    BUDGET 2012: Bollywood gets exemption from service tax

    BUDGET 2012: Bollywood gets exemption from service tax

    The film industry won’t go on strike as planned earlier, after some tax relief in Union Budget 2012
    Producer Mukesh Bhatt is delighted with the government’s decision to exempt the film industry from service tax. Filmmaker Goldie Behl termed it positive news. Post “the best gift” from Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee while presenting the budget for 2012-13 in the Lok Sabha on Friday, the industry has no plans to go on strike – as it had threatened to on the tax issue. Click here to read more

  • | February 22nd, 2012

    Bollywood strike on February 23 called off

    Bollywood strike on February 23 called off

    The Bollywood strike on February 23 to protest against the imposition of a service tax on the film industry has been called off after a meeting with Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, industry officials said Tuesday. “This strike has been called off. We had a meeting with the finance minister and he has asked us to wait till the budget,” producer Ratan Jain said. “He understood our problem and we decided not to go for a strike till March 16 until the budget comes out. So, all the multiplexes and Bollywood will continue to move on without any strike on February 23,” he added.
    Film & Television Producers Guild of India vice-president Mukesh Bhatt also said that after the positive meeting with the finance minister, they have decided to remain patient till the budget. “His hands are tied right now and I will respect that. I am glad about the fact that he heard our plea patiently and has asked us to wait till the budget,” he said, adding they will wait till March 16 and then take a decision on their future course of action. The industry seems to be relieved with this decision.Click here to read more