Watch ‘Paap’, full movie
Valentine Day special movie — “Ma Maya Garchhu Timilai’ is a Raktakali Films Production movie featuring superstar Rajesh Hamal in lead role. A presentation of Laxmi Chhetri has the music director Basanta Sapkota, cinematography of Deepak Bajracharya and editing of Badri Lamichhane .The movie also features late actress Mahima Pokharel. The child artists are Pratibha KC and Manisha KC.
Nepali movie ‘Jaljala’ is a presentation of The Revolutionary Cine Concern. The movie is the story of the Maoist war in Nepal and a fighter named Jaljala. Actres Rekha Thapa is featured as the leading lady in the movie. Maoist leader Nandakishor Pun (Pasang) is named the person behind the movie. The guest artists in the movie are Ganesh Bhandari, Maila Lama, Hari Siwakoti, Purushottam Dhungel and Deepesh Pun,. The producer of the movie is Kashiram Bhusal, action by Rajendra Khadgi, art direction by Gopal Bhutani, background score by Manoj Rajbhandari, editing by Milan Shrestha, script / dialogue by Maunata Shrestha, choreography by Kabiraj Gahatraj, cinematography by Bishnu Kalpit and music by Chetan Sapkota. The story of the movie is written by the director Shivaji Lamichane. The movie was release on January 11, 2012.
The Nepali movie ‘ Ma Chhu Ni Timro’ is the sixth presentation of Sofiya Cine Arts, a production company of Rose Rana. The movie features the lyrics of Dayaram Pandey, cinematography of Krishna Shrestha, editing of Tara Thapa, music of Chetan Sapkota / Basanta Sapkota. The choreography of songs are done by Kabiraj Gahatraj, Shankar BC and Dinesh Adhikari. Action by NB Maharjan and script by Maunata Shrestha.
A Sushma Karki starrer movie ‘Paap’ is being released in the theaters in Nepal on July 31, 2015. After the earthquake of April 24, the only new movie released on theater so far is ‘One Side Love’ on July 3 and ‘Jungabhumi’ on July 10.
Like previous mvoies of actress Sushma, ‘Paap’ is also made on sex psychology. The movie features Aayush Rijal, Sushma Karki, Samichhya Aryal and Dhruba Koirala in leading roles. The movie produced under Bindeshowri Cine Arts is a presentation of Bikash Sharma. The movie is directed by NR Ghimire.
Nepali Movie ‘Saubhagya’ is a presentation of Shree Krishna Films by Kedar Parajuli. The movie features the background score of Binod Gurung, action by Raju Jung Thapa, music by Bikash Chaudhari, cinematography by Hari Ghumagain, editing by Ananta Ghimire, and script / dialogue by Shivam Adhikari. The movie made on the story written by the director himself was released on August 10, 2012.
A 2012 release, ‘Dil Ma Sajaya Timilai’ is a presentation of Ashutosh Films by Raju Adhikari.
(Note: The songs are removed from the movie)
After the success of ‘Hifajat‘ Aayush and Rekha were considered the hot cake of the Nepali film industry. That was the reason ‘Sadak’ was conceived. The movie was released in January of 2012. The movie is a presentation of Hari Baral for Bindeshwori Cine Arts Pvt. Ltd., Pokhara.
The movie is the presentation of Sanjay Bulun for Gosaikunda Films.
The news of more than 150 artists joining Nepali Congress came by surprise to many. It was particularly surprising to those who heard their own name in the news. For example, actress Mala Subba was surprised on her name included in the list of artists joining the party.
It turned out – the artists were invited for a tea party at the residence of the party president. All those who attended the party were told to have joined the party. Actor Aayush Rijal told that he was in the residence of Sushil Koirala only for the tea party. He clarified, he has no intention of joining any political parties. Aayush told that he was invited by director Suresh Darpan Pokharel for the tea party. It was Pokharel who told about the 150 artists joining Nepali Congress.
Actor and director Ramesh Budhathoki also claimed not to have joined Nepali Congress. He admitted to be supporting the party but, he isn’t a formal member of the party. Actor Jiwan Luitel has the similar statement. Sctress Jharana Thapa is currently in Europe tour, she is also told to have joined the party.
On Saturday morning some 150 artists joined Nepali Congress party. In a program held at the residence of the party president Sushil Koirala in Mahargunj, the artists were welcomed in the party.
The artists include actress Jharana Thapa, Rupa Rana, Melina Manandhar, actors Jiwan Luitel, Dhiren Shakya, Aayush Rijal, Mukesh Dhakal, and Niraj Baral. Directors Ramesh Budhathoki, Suresh Darpan Pokharel and Suraj Subba joined the party in the program. Cinematographer Purosottam Pradhan, photographer Rajiv Shrestha, singer Prakash Ojha also joined the party in the program. Other film artists include Santu Tamang, Rameshowr Karki, Prabhu Samsher JBR, Shyam Rai were also among the 150 artist in the program.
Nepali Movie – Mero Manko Sathi
Starring – Rajesh Hamal, Jiwan Luitel, Aayush Rijal, Jashmin Shrestha, Sunil Dutta Pandey, Mithila Sharma, Mukunda Kishor Bhattarai, Mukunda Shrestha, Hiuwala Gautam, Laxmi Khadka etc.
Director – Deepak Shrestha
The movie ‘Mero Manko Sathi’ was released on April 26, 2013 and was produced by Rajesh Shahi for Busy Bee Entertainment.
A movie made on the story of Badi community, ‘Mero Katha’ was released on the Mid-Western and Far-Western parts of Nepal on March 29. All the actors in ‘Mero Katha’ are new faces in movie industry and two well known actors – Aayush Rijal and Poojana Pradhan are also featured in guest roles (Previous post on Poojana’s role in Mero Katha).
The producer, Rabindra Baral, said that the movie is doing very well in the local theaters. The local Badi community are very excited to see their own life style in the movie.
A movie made on the story of Maoist civil war in Nepal, ‘Jaljala’ is going to be released in theaters on January 11, 2012. The movie features Rekha Thapa, Aayush Rijal, Kamal Krishna, Kishor Khatiwada, and late Gopal Bhutani in main roles.
‘Jaljala’ features actress Rekha Thapa as a Maoist combatant and it will try to justify the Maoist revolution. The mo
vie directed by Shivaji Lamichane also feature the political problem in Nepal because of foreign pressure.