A milestone of Nepali film industry, ‘Vigilante’ is the first Nepali 3D movie in the 50-year long history of the industry. ‘Vigilante’ is produced by Aasma Films, the banner that produced the blockbuster movie ‘Chapali Height‘ last year. The movie features Priyanka Karki, Subash Thapa, Raj Ghimire, Menuka Pradhan, and Arjun Gurung in leading roles. The movie is directed by Dipendra K Khanal.
‘Vigilante’ starts with a suicide scene of a groom on his marriage day – and, that is the mystery of the movie. As the movie advances, six friends are seen on a bike trip as a song of Sabin Rai is played on the background. As the advance toward an unmentioned destination, the six friends have a lot of fun and discussion. When one of the friends’ bike breaks down, their journey is halted in an evening. While staying in the house of Khatri in the way, two of them disappear in the forest. Other four to enter the forest to find their missing friends. One by one each of them disappear in the forest.
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.
This week two more Nepali movies are being released in theaters. Two different movies ‘Manjari’ and ‘Vigilante’ are going to release on March 22, 2013. Both of the movies are considered to be the movies of interest for the audience.
The movie produced by actress Jharana Thapa, ‘Facebook’ was released all over Nepal on Firday, September 7. The director, Suraj Subba ‘Nalbo’ has also written the suspense thriller movie.The movie related to the social networking site Facebook features Jharana Thapa, Swatantra Pratap Shah, Rajesh Hamal, Sunil Thapa, and Subash Thapa in lead roles.
Facebook is a story of a girl named Sanskriti (Jharana Thapa) who falls in love with Yodin (Swatantra Pratap). Yodin, a rich NRI living in Singapore, knew Sanskriti in the social networking site, Facebook. After an online affair, Yodin flew back to Nepal to marry Sanskriti. In Nepal, Yodin’s uncle Harish (Sunil Thapa) sends them to a theatre to watch movie where Yodin was kidnaped by a gang. The police thought Harish was behind the kidnapping of Yodin. I don’t want to ruin your movie watching experience by divulging the secret.
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A movie made on the story of social networking site, Facebook, by Jharana Thapa got a PG certificate. Children under 13 years old are required to be accompany an adult to watch the movie with PG certificate.
A Rajesh Banshal presentation and Suraj Banshal ‘jitu’ production,
Nepali Movie – Kohi Mero (2010)
Starring – Jharana Bajracharya (comeback), Aryan Sigdel, Sanchita Luitel, Subash Thapa (introduction) etc.
Director – Alok Nembang
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After his highly successful movie “Sano Sansar”, Alok Nemabang is coming back with a new movie “Kohi Mero”. Alok is considered to be one of the young and promising filmmaker in Nepali film industry.
Movie name: Kohi Mero
Directed by Alok Nembang
Produced by Suraj Bansal
Written by Prawin Adhikary, Alok Nembang
Starring Jharana Bajracharya, Aryan Sigdel, Sanchita Luitel, Subash Thapa
Music by Suresh Adhikary, Basant Sapkota, Suresh Rai
Cinematography Raju Bikram Thapa
Release date 2010
Budget NRs 5.5 Million
Kohi Mero officially marks the return of Jharana Bajracharya back into the Nepali silver screen. Also introduces Subash Thapa who has appeared in more than 10 of the Alok Nembang directed music videos.
Shot in 2K digital format, the budget of the movie is Rs 5.5 million. Kohi Mero is about four friends who go their own ways following certain philosophies and circumstances of life. Nembang says that the chemistry between these four is what makes this movie going.