Recently Bihar State Art and Culture Minister Jitendra Kumar announced the new film policy at the International Film Festival in Goa.
A recent announcement by Bihar State Art and Culture Minister Jitendra Kumar at the International Film Festival in Goa has made acting lovers extremely happy. The actor, who belongs to Bihar and has made a different identity in the cine world by going out of his city, is also very happy with this decision of the state government. In fact, Bihar’s Nitish Kumar government is going to implement a new policy for films. See Also |Bhediya Third Day 3 Advance Booking Report
Speaking at the festival, the State Art and Culture Minister informed that the government is finalizing the new film policy, in which efforts will be made to make Bihar an attractive shooting destination, especially as the market for regional language films like Bhojpuri is also increasing. It is huge in itself.
Shooting problems will be removed
According to the information, this new film policy of the state government will facilitate regional shooting of films, as well as those big filmmakers who want to shoot their films in Bihar away from Mumbai. Even for this, the problem of lack of facilities in the state will be removed.
Bihar to be made favorite shooting destination of producers
State Art and Culture Minister Jitendra Kumar, while interacting with producers and directors in Goa during the film festival, said besides providing single-window clearance for projects, ensuring security and We are focused on making the U.S. a preferred destination for filmmakers of all kinds.
Subsidy will be available for film making
Under this policy of Bihar State Government, subsidy facility will also be kept to encourage filmmakers in regional dialects. Along with this, the rich heritage of the state in the field of cinema will be made even better. The drafting of the film policy is in the final stage, so it is expected that the work on it will start soon.
Note: this article is translated by Google translator.