Although the investment, actress Namrata Shrestha made on her recent release movie ‘Soul Sister,’ went to drain she says she is not sad. Although the movie flopped miserably, Namrata says that she sees the silver lining. She also expressed happiness that she didn’t take advantage of anybody. ‘Soul Sister’ was released on January 15, 2015.
Talking to an online magazine, Namrata told that the movie making was a new experience and she had learnt a lot of new things. Although the experience was costly, the experience would be helpful in her future projects. That was a clear indication that she is not giving up film making, at least not yet.
Namrata told, "I will take some time in understanding the commercial value of the movie before starting the next project."
Namrata has recently completed the shooting of her upcoming movie ‘Homework’. She is also preparing herself for her next project of director Jogen Gajmer and producer Shiva Puri, titled ‘Nabami Narden’. The movie will feature Karma Shakya in her opposite. These two actors are being featured together after their hit movie ‘Sano Sansar’ (watch ‘Sano Sansar’ here).
After the completion of ‘Nabami Narden,’ Namrata will also be feature in ‘Classic’. The movie to be produced by Subash Giri and directed by Dinesh Raut will feature Aryan Sigdel opposite to Namrata.