Nepali Movie – Aawaran Starring – Priyanka Karki, Divya Dev, Sushilraj Pandey, Naresh Poudel, Rashmi Bhatta, Rajan Ishan etc. Director Subash Koirala
The Nepali movie ‘Aawaran’ starts with a mystery behind a murder. Priyanka Karki as featured as Shubani in lead role. The script of the movie is written by Anil Yonjan, cinematography by Hari Humagain. Music and Lyrics by Swapnil sharma (Shadows band), Babu Bogati, Kasam Nepal, Sailendra Singh, Shailesh Shrestha. Playback singing by Babu Bogati, Hemanta Rana, Suzeeta Gurung, Priyanka Karki and Yama Buddha. The movie was released on May 16, 2014. The movie is a presentation of Air Crew Production.
Four new movies are being released on May 16, 2014 in theaters all over Nepal. Director Subash Koirala‘s movie ‘Aawaran’, director Prashant Tamang’s direction ‘Thulo Manche’, Niranjan Kasaju’s movie ‘Peepal’ and Janakraj Khakurel’s movie ‘Khudkilo’ are releasing in theater this Friday.
The most publicized movies among the four new releases is ‘Aawaran’. The movie directed by Subash Koirala is also told to be made by using latest graphic technology. The movie features actress Priyanka Karki in leading role and other actors in the movie include Divya Dev, Sushil Raj Pandey, Naresh poudel, Anubhav Regmi and others. The movie made on horror suspense thriller is produced by Anil Yonjan.
A movie made on a story of children, ‘Thulo Manche’ is directed by artist Prashant Tamang. The movie produced by Pradeep Khadka features a number of child artists. Actress Keki Adhikari is featured in guest role in the movie.
UPDATE: A photo gallery of Priyanka Karki and Bagmati cleanup is posted in our Fashion blog. The ‘Aawaran’ team at the site included producer Anil Yonjan, director Subash Koirala and actors Priyanka, Divya Dev, Sushil Raj Pandey and Rajan Ishan. The producer Yonjan admitted that it was a publicity event, but he also added ‘If everybody clean up like us for publicity, Bagmati can get cleaner in future." The original post follows:
The team of movie ‘Aawaran’ started cleaning Bagmati river. The river considered holy and sacred has been polluted because of the disposal of sewer.
The ‘Aawaran’ team started the cleaning at 10 AM at Gothatar bridge. The cleaning is conducted in coordination with Nava Jagaran Sanstha.