(with inputs from Nikhil Pahwa) Pyramid Saimira is on a downward spiral, now informing the BSE that the board has decided to sell off stake in the subsidiaries. The group operates in theatre, film and television content production, distribution, hospitality, food and beverage, animation and gaming and cine advertising sectors. The promoters have already diluted their stake to raise liquidity and announced they might shut down unviable subsidiaries. Last week, the companys board authorized any strategic sale that may be required to effectively re-organise and revitalize the subsidiaries, and also allowed the Managing Director to sell equity shares of the subsidiaries so that fresh working capital may be infused into the companys core activities. "We have lost close to 100 crore of cash in some divisions and also because of the general recession in the occupancy rates. Therefore, we have lost some 100 crores of cash flow which we thought we should replenish," P. S. Saminathan, chairman, PSTL, has told Reuters. PSTL is in talks with strategic players for stake sale in two of its foreign subsidiaries and an Indian subsidiary. Cutting Operational Losses It plans to bridge its working capital gap of Rs 60 crore by reorganising its production and distribution verticals by this fiscal end. The board also okayed a write down of Rs 76.94 crore in the books of PSTL so that the current books reflect the realisable value of investment. Outcome of Board Meeting Apart from authorizing the strategic sale, Pyramid Saimira's board also approved their management's plan to file…
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