The comedy film features the lyrics of Dinesh Neupane, songs by James Pradhan, Pooja Lama and Mohit Munal. Production manager is Keshav Ghimire, choreography by Dinesh Adhikari, graphics by Dipen Chaudhari, music by James Pradhan, cinematography by Prakash Shrestha, story/script/dialogue by Ravi Dangol, editing by Shankar Koirala, Executive Producer Manoj KC and Produced by Bijaya Bista. Direction assistance by Narayan Puri and production assistance by Sunil Thapa. Actor Gopal Nepal (Fistey) is featured in guest role and actress Uma Giri is a new face in the movie.
The first movie of actress Rekha Thapa as a director, ‘Himmatwali‘ was a hit movie. In addition to directing Rekha has also written the story and produced the movie. Her mother, Saraswati Thapa is named the producer of the movie. The movie features the music of Basanta Sapkota, Camera by Ramsharan Upreti. Rekha has thanked Dhermendra Marbeita (FDB chief at that time) and Shabir Shrestha at the start of the movie. New presentation in the movie are Sudarshan Gautam and Rabin Hood Sen
Nepali Movie – Hamro Maya Juni Juni Lai (2011)
Starring – Shree Krishna Shrestha, Rekha Thapa, Mukesh Dhakal, Neeta Dhungana, Sunil Thapa, Rabi Giri, Shiva Hari Poudel, Raj Kumar Shah, Saroj KC etc.
Director – Rishi Lamichane
The 2011 release movie of late actor Shree Krishna Shrestha with Rekha Thapa and Neet Dhungana was one of the hit movies of the year. The movie by Kabil Films is a presentation of Pradip Kumar Uday.
‘Hostel’ is a presentation of Sunil Rawal for Durgish Films. The movie, featuring a number of second generation artists, was released on August 30, 2013. Sunil Rawal is known to introduce new artists and make the movie successful. The movie had celebrated 51 days in theater. Rawal’s previous movie was also a hit movie.
Read our review of ‘Hostel’.
Rekha Thapa’s movie ‘Himmat’ was a superhit movie of its time. After the success of ‘Himmat’ the director Deepak Shrestha produced it’s sequel titled ‘Himmat 2‘. Rekha was not happy about the sequel as Deepak didn’t care to consult her and take Yuna Upreti instead her in the movie.
Nepali Movie – Hamro Bhumi
Starring – Rupesh Thing, Manisha Ghising, Sudip Tamang, Sandhya Thapa Magar, Prayas Mokthan, Srijana Moktan etc.
Director – Samir Balami
‘Hamro Bhumi’ is a patriotic movie by Thing Films by Amrit Thing. The movie is made on the issue of cast system and their struggle to get their rights. The movie is made on the story of Rita Lama.
Nepali Film: Hami Taxi Driver
Production House : B. R. Films
Director: Bimal Poudel
Starring: Biraj Bhatt, Rajesh Hamal, Ramit Dhungana, Rekha Thapa, Tripti Nadkar, Subhadra Adhikari, Mukunda Thapa etc.
Hami Taxi Driver is the third presentation of BR Films by Bhanu Maharjan and Ratna Ghola.
The movie was one of the hit movies featuring top stars of the time.
Nepali Movie – Hamri Cheli
Starring – Shital KC, Anju Niraula, Ramesh BC, Kumari Pariyar, Kul Chandra Puri, Giri Prasad Pun, Kiran Chitrakar, Rajani Pradhan (guest artist).
Writer – Baburam Ghimire
Director– Manish Pantha, Baburam Ghimire
A presentation of Shringar Films Pvt. Ltd., ‘Hamri Cheli’ is produced by Seeds Nepal.
Nepali Movie – Highway
Starring – Karma, Saugat Malla, Reecha Sharma, Binaya Shrestha, Eelum, Dayahang Rai, Rajan Khatiwada, Asha Magarati, Shristi Ghimire, Mamata Rai, Sandip Chhetri, Bhumika Shrestha, Keshav Bhattrai and Rabindra Mishra
Director – Deepak Rauniyar
A better version of the movie can be downloaded from iTunes.
Nepali Movie – Haat Lagyo Sunya
Starring – Rajesh Hamal, Sushil Pokharel, Kiran KC, Kalpana Shahi, Shiva Acharya, Gopal Dhakal Chande, Suvekchya Thapa (guest) etc.
Script, Dialogue – Diwakar Mainali
Director / story – Bijaya Bikram Basnet
‘Haat Lagyo Sunya’ is the presentation of Bhishow Nepal for B and B Entertainment. The movie is the first comedy movie of the Nepali superstar Rajesh Hamal.
Nepali Movie – Himmat 2
Starring – Biraj Bhatt, Yuna Upreti, Basundhara Bhusal, Dinesh DC, Shri Krishna Luitel, Sushil Pokharel, Vijaya Deuja, Vijaya Giri etc.
Screenplay / dialogue – Bikash Acharya
Director – Deepak Shrestha