The first look of the movie directed by Nawal Nepal, ‘Mahasush’ was released in a program held in Union House in Anamnagar. In the program, Nawal told that the movie is about a heart-touching social issue. Nawal’s previous venture as a director ‘Shreeman’ was considered a successful movie.
At the time when most of the releases have been unsuccessful in winning the hearts of the viewers, ‘Rhythm’ has completed 51 days in theaters.
Running for more than 7 weeks in theaters is considered one of the signs of successful movies. In the recent past ‘Loot‘ and ‘Saayad‘ were the two movies that were successful in celebrating 51-days record.
Two Nepali movies ‘Vigilante 3D’ and ‘Kisan’ are released in theater on Friday, April 5. The movie ‘Vigilante’ is the first Nepali movie made in 3D technology. Another release, ‘Kisan’ was completed 2010 but wasn’t released in theater.
Made on the story of farmer, ‘Kisan’ is a movie directed by Bimal Poudel and features Rajesh Hamal, Ganesh Upreti, Nandita KC, Neeta Dhungana, Nir Shah, Rajesh Dhungana, and Mausami Malla, Chetan Sapkota in main roles. The movie is presented by Basanta Kumar Shrestha and is made under the banner of Kaligandaki Cine Max. The movie features the music of Chetan Sapokota, cinematography of Raju KC and action of Roshan Shrestha.
Three new movies have released in theater today (on March 8). Two of them, ‘Rhythm’ and ‘Paltan’ were released in Kathamndu and the third movie ‘Bardaan’ was released only in theaters out of Kathamndu after a mutual agreement with the other two. ‘Bardaan’ will release in Kathamndu on March 15.
Written and directed by Bikash Acharya, ‘Rhythm’ is made on a love story. The musical movie features Jiwan Luitel, Wilson Bikram Rai, Sweta Bhattarai, Nir Shah, Nishma Ghimire and Sohit Manandhar in main roles. The movie made on One Time banner is produced by Pradeep Dahal.
After the success of ‘Sayaad’ the producer Sunil Rawal is planning his next movie, ‘Hostel – A cool Place to Hang Out’. In the movie, three star sons Salon Basnet, Anmol KC, Aayush Shah and Gaurav Pahadi will be featured in leading roles.
Nepali movie ‘Rhythm’ was premiered on Saturday, January 26 in Sydney, Australia. The lead actor of the movie Jiwan Luitel was also present in the premier.
9 different organizations of film workers have united to force the government to comply with their demand. It has been almost three weeks a 9-point agreement was signed between film workers and minister of communication Raj Kishor Yadav. But, the agreement hasn’t been implemented. The film workers are going to lock down the Film Development Board office to force the government to comply with the agreement.
In a press meet organized on January 8, 2013, the lock down on Wednesday was announced. In the program, Suresh Darpan Pokharel, Nir Shah, Manoj KC, Yogendra Shrestha, Dinesh Pakhrin, Mausami Malla, Nawal Khadka, Raj Kumar Rai and Bimal Poudel spoke on their demands.
Actor and producer Nir Shah has announced his retirement from the Nepali film industry. Shah says that the reason behind the decision is the down-turn of the industry. He says, he is not happy with the industry and he doesn’t feel any excitement in working.
He says that he is forced to retire from the industry. But, he also added, he will always be there when needed. In the long filmy career of Shah, he says that the industry was never this low in quality.
Jalapa Cine Arts P. Ltd. Biratnagar presents Rajehdra Thapa’s
Nepali Movie – Aafno Birano (1996)
Starring – Nir Shah, Rajesh Hamal, Gauri Malla (Bhandari), Shree Krishna Shrestha, Shrisha Karki, Rekha Thapa etc.
Story – Bhagawan Thapa,
Director – Mukunda Shrestha
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Following text is compiled from an interview of Tulsi Ghimire. In the text he has explained how he has started his career in the movie industry and his initial struggle.
I had a feeling that I had to be popular in any cost. From the childhood I was attracted to movie sector. Born in Kalingpong in India, I used to go to the shootings that were done in the area. My parents had suggested me to become a person who is “understood by the king and known to the people”.
In my childhood I studied in Mani Memorial Primary School in Sindebung. Although there were classes for up to grade 4, I left the school after second grade. In the school, they had an unique way of teaching the alphabets – the teacher used to write the alphabets in floor and we used to lay small pebbles on top of it. From grade 3 to grade 11 I studied in Scottish University Mission Institute (SUMI). Up to grade 5 we didn’t wear any footwear. There was no school dress.
Bombay (Mumbai) Journey
In around 1973 there was a shooting of a Hindi movie, “Romeo in Sikkim” in Sikkim. I went there and met the cameraman to tell that I was crazy to get into film making. He told, “If you are crazy enough why don’t you come to Bombay?” At the age of 22 I went to Bombay to enter the film industry. I went to the cameraman’s home. But, his house wasn’t what I expected. He told me to ‘struggle’.
Ishowri Films and Shrestha Cine Concern present
Rajendra Shrestha’s presentation of Nutan Pradhan movie
Nepali Movie – Sampati
Starring -Arjun Shrestha, Mausami Malla, Tika Pahadi, Ishwori Pradhan, Muralidhar, Nir Shah, Gopal Bhutani etc.
Story / script – Nutan Pradhan
Director – Shambhu Pradhan
The actress Ranju Jha who was killed on a bomb blast at Ramananda Chowk of Janakpur on Monday is declared a martyr by the government. After the declaration, Ranju’s family receives Rs. 1 million. 35 year-old Ranju’s husband works in Delhi and was the mother of two sons.
The struggling actress has shown a great potential in Nepali acting. She was lead actress in the award winning short film ‘Chaukhat’ by Deepak Rauniyar. Ranju had also acted in some television films and short movies. She was featured in a tele-serial ‘Aama-2′ by Madan Krishna Shrestha and Ha
ri Bansha Acharya, and other tele-serials like "Shristi" and "Kala-azar". A well known actor, director, Nir Shah, was so impressed by Ranju’s talent that he wrote an article in Kantipur daily remembering her.
In total, four people, including Ranju, were killed and more than 18 others were injured when a bomb was blasted at the venue of a sit-in protest by the Mithila State Struggle Committee at Ramananda Chowk in Janakpur on Monday morning.
Nepali movie Phool is released all over Nepal on May 4, 2012. We had posted a pre-release review of ‘Phool’ earlier.
Featuring a lot of big star casts, New Nepali film ‘Phool’ is released all over Nepal. ‘Phool’ is the directorial venture of Shiva Regmi, popular of directing entertaining and emotional movies. ‘Phool’ features Raj Ballav Koirala, Niraj Baral, Garima Pant, Nir Shah and Yuvaraj Lama in leading roles.
‘Phool’ is a story of two army officers Dorje Lama and Birdhoj Karki. Both dream of getting married and living happily in a small house. Both of them both fell in love with a owner of a hotel, named Maya. Maya promised to marry both of them but eventually, she elopes with someone else. The frustrated two decided not to marry in their lives. In a temple of Hanuman, Dorje and Birodhoj found a new born child and took the child home as a God gift. The child Ashmi (played by Garima Pant) grows up to become a beautiful young girl. Attracted to the beauty of Ashmi, two boys, Rahul (Niraj baral) and Avisekh (Raj Ballav Koirala), start chasing her. There is a twist in the story in the movie when Ashmi, Rahul and Avisekh met an unknown women. You need to go to theatre to get all these answers.
Nepali movie ‘Phool’ is releasing on May 4, 2012. The movie directed by Shiva Regmi features Raj Ballav Koirala, Garima Pant, Niraj Baral, Nir Shah, Yuvaraj Lama, and Srijana Basnet in leading roles. The movie features the cinematography of Shambhu Sapkota, music direction of Rekha Paudel, editing of Bipin Malla, story of Shiva Regmi, script of Shiva Regmi and Bikash Acharya, and the dialogue of Shiva Regmi and Bikash Acharya.
Suresh Pahari presents
Nepali Movie – K Yo Maya Ho?
Starring - Aryan Sigdel, Sushma Karki,Arunima Lamsal, Saugat Malla, Anurag MS Kunwar, Nir Shah, Keshav Bhattarai, Rajaram Poudel etc.
Story / Screenplay / Dialogue – Niraj Vikram
Direction - Sudarshan Thapa
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