Will the police provide the assistance requested by the film?

The Film Producers Association has requested the police to increase the assistance for filming. The association has requested to increase the assistance available for filming scenes to the Nepal Police.

In order to make the film come alive based on the story, the association has requested to provide the necessary manpower (police personnel) vans, weapons and other materials required for the filming and to extend more support to the film.

Aakash Adhikari, president of the association, said that it would be easier to shoot the film if the equipment were available within three days at most based on the application submitted by the producers for permission.

“If at least 25 to 50 percent of the police personnel would manage to act in the film if the police manpower is required for the filming, the role of the police in the film will be real and the production side will be comfortable,” Adhikari told during requesting the police.He also demanded that the existing fees should also be reduced from five thousand to one thousand. ”

The association has requested to provide police equipment in the cinemas where police vehicles are required. Currently, filmmakers are using stickers to fake the police vehicles used in the movies as per the need of the vehicles. The union has demanded the police resolve the issue as it is against the law and cumbersome.

The union has also demanded to reduce the fee for a police van from Rs 1,000 to Rs 1,500 per hour.

“The quality of cinema would be enhanced if the films were shot with real weapons under the direct supervision of the Nepal Police by giving concessions in taxes and revenue,” the association said. To bring real scenarios in life on pictures filmmakers abroad have been practising the use of Plastic weapons, However, the use of such weapons is banned in Nepal. ” the film comes alive based on the story, the association has requested to provide the necessary manpower (police personnel) vans, weapons and other materials required for the filming and to extend more support to the film.

Aakash Adhikari, president of the association, said that it would be easier to shoot the film if the equipment were available within three days at most based on the application submitted by the producers for permission.

“If at least 25 to 50 percent of the police personnel would manage to act in the film if the police manpower is required for the filming, the role of the police in the film will be real and the production side will be comfortable,” Adhikari told during requesting the police.He also demanded that the existing fees should also be reduced from five thousand to one thousand. ”

The association has requested to provide police equipment in the cinemas where police vehicles are required. Currently, filmmakers are using stickers to fake the police vehicles used in the movies as per the need of the vehicles. The union has demanded the police resolve the issue as it is against the law and cumbersome.

The union has also demanded to reduce the fee for a police van from Rs 1,000 to Rs 1,500 per hour.

“The quality of cinema would be enhanced if the films were shot with real weapons under the direct supervision of the Nepal Police by giving concessions in taxes and revenue,” the association said. To bring real scenarios in life on pictures filmmakers abroad have been practising the use of Plastic weapons, However, the use of such weapons is banned in Nepal. ”