This book provides the reader with a comprehensive account of the new leisure infrastructure arising at the intersection between contemporary trends in cultural practice and the spatial politics that are reshaping the cities of India. Exploring the significance, and convergence, of economic liberalisation, urban redevelopment and the media explosion in India, the book demonstrates an innovative approach towards the cultural and political economy of leisure in a complex and rapidly-changing society.Coupled with a low- or even zero-level of taxation during the initial five-year exemption window, the multiplex currently has numerous ... applied to the multiplexes and the traditional theatres: There are two kinds of entertainment tax modules that exist in India. ... Other than that, there is a service tax also, which is two percent.
|Title||:||The Multiplex in India|
|Author||:||Adrian Athique, Douglas Hill|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2009-12-17|