An upcoming movie, ‘Jatra’ is going to feature actress Namrata Shrestha and actor Saugat Malla in lead roles. The movie will be the first movie in which these popular actors will be acting in opposite roles. Previously, Saugat and Namrata were also featured in ‘Chadke’.
On the occasion of the 31st convention of American Nepali Association (ANA) held on July 4 to July 6, Nepali moviesÂ were shown on each day. In addition to Nepali films, popular comedy actors Madan Krishna Shrestha andÂ Hari Bansha Acharya (MaHa) also conducted a comedy program. MaHa’s program was one of the the main attractions of the event.
The movies featured in the convention include ‘Highway’, ‘Badhshala’, and ‘Visa Girl‘ on the first day. On the second day ‘Chadke’ ‘Mutu’ and ‘Uma’ were screened. The cost of each show was set at $10.
**You may also want to read the Pre-release review of ‘Chadke’.**
After a very good publicity a equally good response from the promotional matters, ‘Chadke’ was released all over Nepal on 22th February. ‘Chadke’, said to be an environmental thriller movie, is based on youths and the environment of Chitwan area. The movie is the debut movie of director Nigam Shrestha, and he had also assisted ‘Loot‘ as an assistant director. ‘Chadke’ features Namrata Shrestha, Robin Tamang, Arpan Thapa, Dayahang Rai, and Sushil Pokharel in leading roles.
Chitwan is ruled by a multi-ethnic six-member gang named Royal gang. The leader of Royal gang, Chewang Lama, haa political backing and his gang smuggles and sells Chitwan National Park animals to foreigners. The opposing political party supports a small gang of Bindu and offers Rs. 50 lakhs bounty to kill Chewang Lama. In the meantime, Royal gang’s member obstruct the work of a researcher who had come to study about plants and species in the National Park. The movie is all about these the researcher, Bindu, Chewang, and their gangs. I don’t want to kill the excitement of watching the movie by revealing the plot.
Nepali movie ‘Chadke’ is releasing on Friday, February 22, 2013. The movie directed by Nigam Shrestha features Saugat Malla, Namrata Shrestha, Robin Tamang, Arpan Thapa, Dayahang Rai, and Sunil Pokharel in main roles.
The movie features the cinematography of Sanjay Lama and Hari Bahadur Ghale(Lama), music direction of Jason Kunwar, editing of Lokesh Bajracharya and Dirga Khadka, and story/script/dialogue of Nigam Shrestha. ‘Chadke’, a story of gangsters of Chitwan, portrays the life of gangsters of our society. The thriller movie was awarded an adult certificate due to matured contents in its dialogues.
In an interview with xnepali the director Nigam Shrestha told that ‘Chadke is about content, performance and music‘.
Nigam Shrestha debuted as a director in his upcoming movie ‘Chadke’, scheduled to release this Friday. He had worked as an assistant director in one of the most popular movies of modern time, ‘Loot‘ and has repeated some of the casts of the movie in his debut movie. Raunak Niraula had recently talked to Nigam about his movie:
Q – Tell us something about your first directed movie ”Chadke”.
Nigam Shrestha – ‘Chadke’ is a story of gangsters of Chitwan. ‘Chadke’ is a thriller movie and also related to environment of Nepal . In short ‘Chadke’ is a movie that is made to entertain the audiences.
Arpan Thapa (‘Dhanda’ fame) and Namrata Shrestha are going to be featured in Suraj Bhusal’s debut directorial venture ‘Moun’. Two lead actors will have romantic role in the movie and it will be the first such role for actor Arpan Thapa.
Before ‘Moun’ Namrata had worked with Arpan in their upcoming movie ‘Chadke’. The upcoming movie will mostly feature theater actors.
The producers of superhit movie ‘Loot‘ Madhav Wagle and Narendra Maharjan have organized a press meet to release the first look of their upcoming movie ‘Chadke’. The promotion video and the posters of the movie was releases in the event.
‘Chadke’ is planned to be released in the first week of February 2013. The story of the movie made on a story of gangster is written and directed by Nigam Shrestha. He told that he has left no stone unturned to make the movie interesting.