Various Kannada, Telugu and Malayalam movies, documentaries and advertisements have been shot at the metro trains and stations have become an integral part to the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited’s (BMRCL) non-fare revenue, the Times of India reports.
BMRCL has earned Rs 24.8 lakh from film shooting since 2013-14. Year wise, the metro corporation earned Rs 4.3 lakh in 2013-14 and 2014-15, Rs 1.8 lakh in 2015-16, Rs 6.09 lakh in 2016-17, Rs 4.5 lakh in 2017-18 and Rs 3.9 lakh in the previous quarter.
Permitting movie shooting has also increased the promotion of its services. The demand from Kannada filmmakers is the highest as most moviegoers in the city can relate to their real life. Read More
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