A film of late director Deepak Rayamajhi ‘Kasto Samjhauta’ is produced by Durga Kumari Rijal. Palpasa and Manshigh Chaudhari are featured in guest roles in the film. Art mixing is done by Gopal Bhutani, editing by Rajani Pant, choreography by Raju Shah, action of Rajendra Khadgi, music direction by Shakti Ballav, script / dialogue by Abinash Shrestha, cinematography by Murari Thakur, and story by Shyam Sundar Rijal.
The Censor Board has given a PG certificate to ‘Mission Paisa Reloaded’. A PG certificate allows children aged 16 and below to accompany adults to go to the theater. The Board had asked to remove some scenes and dialogues.
The sequel of ‘Mission Paisa’ features actors Resh Marahatta, Nisha Adhikari, Amir Gautam, Harshika Shrestha etc. in leading roles. Actress Priyanka Karki is also seen in an item dance in the film. The film produced by Madhav Wagle and Narendra Maharjan, ‘Mission Paisa’ is directed by Simosh Sunuwar. Written by Prachandaman Shrestha, the film is an action, comedy film.
Starring – Rajesh Hamal, Bipana Thapa, Jal Shah, Dinesh DC, Sushil Pokharel, Hemanta Budhathoki, Narayan Tripathi, Rajendra Khadgi, Gopal Prasad Mainali etc.
Starring – Narayan Puri
The movie ‘Shankar’ released in 1997 was a super hit movie of the time. The movie established the image of Rajesh Hamal as Shankar. was a hit movie of the time.
It is no secret that the Nepali film market is limited and there are not many viewers of Nepali films. Because of the competition created by the high budget Bollywood and Hollywood films, Nepali films don’t have that big viewer base for a lot of Nepali films. In this context, release of multiple Nepali films every week is scary for the genuine film producers.
This week, 4 new films are releasing in theater. Whatever may be the case, such a release doesn’t make any business sense. Dividing the viewers in a lot of films don’t help the film industry.
The movie made on the story of a person who has overcome the indulgence of drugs and aim to change the social equation. The movie featuring Pradeep Khadka and Reema Bishowkarma is directed by Ananta Ghimire.