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Aamir Khan To Pay Fine To Competition Commission!
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Fair trade regulator Competition Commission of India today said it will initiate recovery proceedings against cine star Aamir Khan, two film producers associations and six others for failing to pay penalties imposed on them.

These penalties, totalling Rs 2.17 crore, are pending for up to over two years despite there being no appeal filed or appeal having been dismissed, CCI said while publishing a list of these defaulters.

Pending penalty against Aamir Khan stood at Rs 1 lakh only, which was imposed as part of an order passed against 27 film producers on May 25, 2011 in a case related to anti-competition practices by film makers.

This order was passed pursuant to a complaint filed by FICCI Multiplex Association of India.

Besides Aamir Khan, the fair trade watchdog said "appropriate action" against eight other entities would also be taken.

These include IATA Agents Association of India, Telangana Telugu Film Distributors Association, Film Distributors Association, Kerala, and Andhra Pradesh Film Chamber of Commerce.


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