KATHMANDU:- Celebrities have not been able to remain untouched by the recent popularity of tickets. Artists who go to the hall to watch the spectators are now spotted on the ticket. Due to which, the interest of the audience towards the artist is decreasing. If the performances of any artist can be seen for free at home, why should the audience go to the hall? This is a serious question right now.
Actor Ramesh Upreti advises the actors to stay in the reserve even if the ticket is not bad. Asked by a reporter at a program on Wednesday whether the artist would make a ticket or not, he said, “If you love the Nepali film industry and want to become a professional artist, you have to reserve.” Not every activity should be ticked. ‘
Although Tiktak is a means of entertainment, he argues that it is not good for the artists who come to see the hall by paying money to come to Tiktak and be light. He goes on to say, ‘I am also speaking as a producer. Producers make millions of dollars by believing in an artist, but if the same artist can be seen on a free ticket, why do the audience go to the hall? That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. ”
Upreti, who did not return to acting after the film ‘Aishwarya’, says that he regrets selling the YouTube rights of the film. As the YouTube rights of the film will be sold for 99 years, the producer will not get a single rupee of the royalty earned from the film. He has urged the producers not to sell the YouTube rights of the film which was made for millions in the greed of a few lakhs.
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