Nepali Movie – Full Stop
Starring – Binita Baral, Sabin Shrestha, Kamal Krishna Poudel, Gajendra Ranjit etc.
Director – Kamal Krishna Poudel
‘Full Stop’ is a thriller movie presented by Benijyoti Gubhaju for Mata Manakamana Films Pvt. Ltd.
We had done the review of ‘Full Stop’. Our reviewer found that the movie doesn’t have that much thriller content and that the movie is a copy of a Hindi movie ‘Kuch To Hai’.
Pre-release review of Full Stop was posted previously.
Nepali feature film ‘Full Stop’, promoted as a thriller movie, was released all over Nepal on August 31, 2012. The movie received an adult certificate due to some of the thrilling scenes that may not be suitable for the audiences of age below 16 years. ‘Full Stop’ features Binita Baral and Sabin Shrestha in lead role and is directed by Kamal Krishna Poudel.
The lead actress of the Nepali movie ‘Full Stop’, Binita Baral was attacked by some of the viewers of the movie when she was visiting one of the theaters featuring her movie. Binita, featured as Prashu in the movie, is featured in negative role.
Binita went to watch the release on the first day with the lead actor Sabin Shrestha, director Kamal Krishna Poudel and the producers in Ganga Hall, Balaju. After the first show t
hey were very happy for the good response from the viewers.
After the show in Ganga, they went to the nearby cinema hall, Asta Narayan cinema hall. At that time, the viewers were getting out of the hall after watching the movie. Among the viewers 5-6 women got very excited on seeing ‘Prashu’ in front of them. They tried to beat her and one of them even tried to throw stone on her. One such an unexpected response of viewers, the producer Mohan Krishna Shrestha pulled Binita in his car and left.
Nepali movie ‘Full Stop’ is releasing on August 31, 2012. The movie directed by Kamal Krishna Poudel features Binita Baral, Sabin Shrestha, Kamal Krishna Poudel and Gajendra Ranjit in leading roles.
The suspense thriller movie features cinematography of Krishna Shrestha, fight direction of Chandra Panta, music direction of Kamal Krishna, choreography of Simon Rai, editing of Mitra Dev Gurung, and the story of Gajendra Ranjit.