Amir and SRK assemble
Bollywood superstars Amir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan Get together to solve the producers-multiplex owner tussle over profit sharing.And both believes in an equality partnership.
"It should be a partnership of equality.Fifty percent sharing is fair.Distributors and exhibitors have to find a way to make it a viable business within their fifty percent. Within my fifty percent I have to make it profitable," Amir said at a press conference and added,"This is one industry and we all can survive only when each sector will earn a healthy share. We are here to find a solution to this,"
Mukesh Bhatt, Karan Johar and Ronnie Screwvala were present among others.
Shah Rukh Khan said that it would be better not to see the event as a “Power Show”. On a quote SRK said, "This is not a power show. We haven't gathered here to threaten multiplexes. It's a show of coming together," also felt sharing of revenue should be equal.
"We are here for fair rights for Friday nights," he affirms.
The squabble started between the producers and multiplexes on February. Moreover, after some botched discussions, the producers decided to go on strike. From April 4, they have stopped giving release rights of new big-budget movies.