By Hindustan Times
MUMBAI, Feb. 28 -- Every thriving industry hopes for the best the moment the topic of the Union Budget arises. And while the subject of heavy taxes (particularly service tax) has always led to arguments and problems in the entertainment business, little has been done about it so far.
We talk to some filmmakers, who still haven't lost hope and hope that, this time, their voices will be heard.
Rajan Shahi, TV PRODUCER "Since the entertainment industry generates so much revenue for our country, there should be a specialised study done on it. Decisions should be such that they allow the industry, and the people who are a part of it, to grow. There are many laws and taxes that don't facilitate growth. I hope the budget is more conducive to the economic and personal growth of the industry and its people."
Farah Khan, FILMMAKER "I really hope that the entertainment ta