Nepali Movie – Aago Starring – Bipana Thapa, Niruta Singh, Saranga Shrestha, Sushil Chhetri, Basundhara Bhusal, Sushil Pokharel, Sunil Thapa etc. Director – Narayan Puri
A presentation of Kisan Pokharel for Rodi Films banner, Nepali movie ‘Aago’ was a controversial movie. The government wasn’t happy by the movie so, it had seized the photo-negative of movie. The movie was converted into digital format. ‘Aago’ became super hit movie of its time. To cash the popularity and success of the movie it’s sequel movie ‘Aago 2’ was also made and was released in January 2015. But, the sequel wasn’t that successful in winning the hearts of the viewers.
Nepali Movie – Kafal Pakyo Starring – Jiwan Luitel, Barsha Raut, BS Rana, Laya Sangraula, Mukesh Acharya etc. Director – Sabitri Khatri
About ‘Kafal Pakyo’
A presentation of Red Panda Dance & Movies Nepali movie ‘Kafal Pakyo’ is a directorial debut of Sabitri Khatri. The movie features the music of Bikash Chaudhary, choreography of Kabiraj Gahatraj and Sarita Rajchal, cinematography of Deepak Bajhracharya and Dirgha Gurung, script by Pradeep Bhardwaj, and chief assistant director is Nawaraj Sharma.
The movie ‘Kafal Pakyo’ was released in January 15, 2016.
Nepali movie ‘Basudev’ is a presentation of Binod Chaudhari, currently the richest person in Nepal, the only billionaire from Nepal who made it to the Forbes’s list of the richest people in the world. The movie based on the story of Dr. Dhruba Chandara Gautam “Kattel Sir Ko Chotpatak”. The movie is the debut movie of actor Krishna Malla. His current wife featured his opposite in the movie is Sharmila Shah who later became Sharmila Malla after marrying Krishna. It is a possibility that the love affair between the two started at the set of the movie.
Made under the the banner of Manakamana Films, the movie was a super hit movie of its time, in 1985. The songs of the movie are still liked by a lot of listeners. One of the ever-green songs of the movie recorded in Robin Sharma’s voice is the song on the poem of poet Laxmi Prasad Devkota’s – ‘Yatri’. The movie features the cinematography of Prem Upadhaya, screenplay of Nir Shah, dialogue of Mukunda Shrestha and produced jointly by Binod Chaudhay, Sophie Upadhyaya and Nir Shah.
This week on January 15, 2016 two new Nepali movies are releasing in theater. Both the movies – director Sabitri Khatri’s ‘Kafal Pakyo’ and Suwarna Thapa’s movie ‘Fanko’ were highly publicized movies. Both the movies were shown to the Nepali viewers in foreign countries before their official release. The movies are being released on Magh 1, the Makar Sakranti festival in Nepal.
The movie ‘Kafal Pakyo’ features Jiwan Luitel, Barsha Raut, Mukesh Acharya, Laya Sangarula and Uttam KC in leading roles. The movie directed by Sabitri Khatri features the music of Bikash Chaudhary, script of Pradeep Bhardwoj and is made under Red Panda banner.
The movie is made on comedy theme. The movie shows the travel from Kathmandu to Gulmi in romantic way. The Actor Jiwan is featured as a village guy and actress Barsha Raut is featured as a modern tom-boy. The relationship between the two is the whole movie.
Nepali movie ‘Sankalpa’ is a hit movie produced by Om Shiva Shakti Films and presented by Kedar Shrestha. The movie features Bhuwan KC and Tika Pahadi in guest roles. Child artists are Mela Baskota, Raman Shrestha and Nabaraj. In addition to acting, Ramesh Budhathoki is also the chief assistant director in the movie. The movie is made on the story of Krishna Malla, script/dialogue of Brajesh Khanal, with additional help of Gagan Birahi and Laya Sangraula in dialogue. The film’s editing is done by Deepak Patel, choreography by Basanta Shrestha, lyrics by Gagan Birahi, music by Sambhujit Baskota, cinematography by Manju Kumar Shrestha. The movie is jointly produced by Gagan Shrestha, Hari Maharjan and Ballav Maharjan.
Nepali movie ‘Badal’ is a presenttion of Screenworld by Gagan Birahi. The movie features the music of Ram Thapa and is produced jointly by Bhawani Shrestha, Sharmila Malla and Hari Maharjan. Action direction by YR Lama, choreography by Pramod Shah/ Raju Shah, chief assistant director is Ramesh Budhathoki, editing by Ashok Parekh, cinematographer is Shyam Mohan Shrestha and script/dialogue by Brajesh Khanal.
Nepali film ‘Pratichya’ is a presentation of Jyoti Films. The movie features a new face Nanda Kishor Shribastav. Nippun Shreebastav and Leela Gurung are the child artists in the movie. Laya Sangraula and Jayandachan Thakur, Barsha Khadka and Shikah Malla are the guest artists featured in the movie. Special guest in the film is Gauri Malla.
The background music is composed by Shubha Bahadur, music by Shakti Ballav, art by Gopal Bhutani, action by Kishor Manandhar, choreography by Kamal Rai, dialogue by Madhusudhan Giri, sound by Madhav Thapaliya, lyrics by Dinesh Adhikari / Rajendra Poudel, cinematography by Javed Shah, story / script / editing by Raj Bikram Shah and produced by TP Shrestha, NK Shrivastav, and JD Gurung.
The movie featuring Dilip Rayamajhi and Nandita KC in leading roles, Nepali movie ‘Logne Manchhe’ has been awarded ‘U’ certificate by the Censor Board. The certificate opens the theater door to everybody to watch it. The film is releasing next week, on February 6, 2015.
The movie made on a love story is directed by Laya Sangraula. Although Laya Sangraula is a popular television serial director, ‘Logne Manchhe’ is his debut movie as a director of big screen movie.
The movie produced by Pradeep Mittal features a story of the struggle of a female character in the male dominated society. The film features the cinematography of Krishna Shrestha, choreography of Kabiraj Gahatraj, action of Roshan Shrestha and editing of Banish Shah. The film’s production concept is made by actor Uttam KC and the story is written by Laya Sangraula. The 2 hours and 5 minute long film is made under Bandhu Films banner.