Nepali Movie – Aadha Love
Starring – Mithila Sharma, Tika Pahari, Arpan Thapa, Reecha Sharma, Raymon Das Shrestha, Rojisha Shahi etc.
Director – Arpan Thapa
The movie produced by actress Reecha Sharma with the director Arpan Thapa was the first film by the actress as a producer. Released in 2017, the movie didn’t do well in theatre but reviewers liked it.
Richa and Arpan had teamed up to produce another movie ‘Sunkeshari’. But, that too didn’t do well. These days, they seem to have parted their ways as Arpan is working in ‘Ghar’ another horror movie without Richa in the team.
Watch the full movie:
Credit – Highlights Nepal
Technical details – A presentation of Richa Sharma Films – a love story movie by director and writer Arpan Thapa.
Artist: Mithila Sharma, Tika Pahari, Arpan Thapa, Reecha Sharma, Raymon Das Shrestha, Rojisha Shahi, Bipin Mickey Gurung
DOP: Sishan Baniya
Editor: Nimesh Shrestha
Production Design: Kusu Pokhrel, Pravin Raut
Art Director: Menuka Rai
Hair/Make Up: Seema Gurung
Casting: Reecha Sharma
Music: Tsujil Karmacharya
Colorist: Kapil Parajuli
Asst. Director: Prabachan Shrestha
Executive Producer: Arpan Thapa
Producer: Reecha Sharma
Writer/Director: Arpan Thapa
One comment says it all: “What a masterpiece of an art. Just watched Bulbull last month and now Adha Love.”
Both Bulbul and Adha Love did miserable business in box office. These are art movies. People need to have patience to watch them.
Comment goes on – Visual simple yet very appealing, amazing casting, and probably one of a milestone of Nepali film industry, but, it is not fun to watch for a lot of viewers.
Others say – “Hawa Movie! Not interesting! Paisako naas!”
Another comment – “I don’t comment often. but after watching this movie I felt like I have to scribble something on behalf. If you are expecting some kind of spicy entertainment this is not your movie but if you are looking for some real artsy type movie then go ahead and watch, you will not regret it. I’m not saying its an amazing story but I’m sure each one of you will definitely find at least a part of your story being threaded somewhere within.”