Ram Charan Tej, the producer of “Khaidi No. 150” released the tweaked collections of his father, Megastar Chiranjeevi’s movie. This was a result of the Income Tax Department’s fixture on the collections of the Telugu Film Industry. The actor to avoid issues with the Income Tax department changed the collections of the movie and released them. The Income Tax Department has already questioned the producers of “GautamiPutra Satakarni” and have turned their eyes towards Ram Charan Tej for the rising collections of “Khaidi No 150.”
This movie marks the comeback of Megastar Chiranjeevi after a 9 year hiatus and in a press meet held by Allu Aravind and V.V. Vinayak, they announced that the movie crossed Rs. 100 crore mark in just a week. Allu Aravind in the press meet said that though he was not connected to the film, he was releasing the collections as a member of the family. According to sources, the family wanted to show the power of the Megastar through the revelation of collections. After the press meet, there was no other official announcement about the collections of the movie.
According to reports, when the Income Tax Officials questioned Ram Charan, he revealed the numbers saying that the movie was made with a budget of Rs. 60 crores and collected Rs. 75 crore. The budget for the movie included Rs. 20 crore Chiranjeevi’s fee and V.V. Vinayak’s Rs. 10 crore fee. He finally showed Rs. 15 crore profit and said that he will pay the tax according to that. The facts were that Chiranjeevi had not charged for the film as it was produced by his son and even V.V. Vinayak had apparently not charged much because of his bond with the Megastar. This calculated move of Ram Charan, while intelligent is a way of evading tax.
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