First Cinematic Tourism Policy unveiled in Gandhinagar

 Tuesday, September 13, 2022 

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The Chief Minister of Gujarat Bhupendra Patel launched the state’s first Cinematic Tourism Policy at an event in Gandhinagar. A Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) valued at Rs.1,020 crore were inked between organizations and individuals with the department for improving film infrastructure and film production.


The special guest at this event was actor Ajay Devgan. The policy structure offers several financial and non-financial inducements for film infrastructure growth projects and film-making plans.


The chief minister expressed assurance that this strategy will be important for an independent India by creating a self-sufficient Gujarat. This strategy is also expected to provide a shot in the arm to tourism growth by assembling the service providers of film-making sector under one platform.


Concerning film infrastructure projects, there is a funds support of up to 20 % toward appropriate projects minus any top limit. These projects can comprise creating a film city, film and TV studio, film training establishment and post production services.


For film-making plans, the arrangement offers various incentives for projects including movie production, brand connection, documentary films and television and web series. The arrangement offers a compensation of up to 25 % on the budget of production, not going beyond Rs.25 crore for filming big budget cinemas in Gujarat. There would also be compensation of 20% on spending in Gujarat, not more than 25 crore for organizing national and international Mega Film Award Events in Gujarat.

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