Nepali Movie – Sambodhan (Dayahang Rai, Namarata Shrestha)

Nepali Film – Sambodhan
Starring – Dayahang Rai, Namrata Shrestha etc.
Director – Hemraj BC.

This 2015 release film, was featured Namrata Shrestha as a crime reporter. The movie however didn’t do well in theatre although it won some awards. Actor Dayahang Rai had actually won the National Award for his role in this movie. With Dayahang and Namrata other artists in the film are – Binaya Bhatta, Prasant Tamrakar, Suleman Shankar, B.S Rana, Kopila Thapa, Raju Lama, Prem Joshi, Sushma Lama etc.

This movie is directed by superhit director, Hemraj BC, who had directed both the initial films of Anmol KC. ‘Hostel’, ‘Jerryy’ and ‘Gajalu’ are three hit films of the director featuring Anmol KC in leading roles. The editor of the film is Surendra Paudel, cinematographer is Rameshowr Karki and the film is produced by Saroj Neupane & Bishnu Lama.

Watch the full film:

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Poster of the film:

About ‘Sambodhan’

The movie marks the debut of a student politician and the president of Nepal Student Union, Tri Chandra College, Binaya Bhatta as an actor. Other notable actors include Prasant Tamrakar and Suleman Shankar (popularly known for the character – Iku). The movie is a presentation of Saroj Neupane for Red Rose Entertainment and Blue Throat Films. Music is composed by by Jayan, script is written by the director Hemraj BC.

The movie is political in nature – it is about the struggle of general public against the government and corruption. For the promotion of the movie the actor Binaya Bhatta has revealed some of the bad and good aspects of his co-artist Namrata Shrestha – a video report on that too:

This was the third film of Hemraj BC – who had both of his previous films hit. But, the third film didn’t help him to make a hat-trick of successful films.

2014 report of the movie – Namrata’s response on the release two of her films on the same date. But, this movie’s release was delayed to 2015.

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