Nepali Movie – Maryo Ni Mayale Maryo Starring – Rajesh Hamal, Shovita Simkhada, Krishna Bahadur Rajbahak, Gita Adhikari, Anjali Rana, Krishma Chaulagai, Sharmila Shrestha (guest) etc. Director – MS Agraj
About ‘Maryo Ni Mayale Maryo’
The Nepali movie MNMM is a presentation of BS Balami. The movie is made on the story of Bindiya Poudel and script of the director MS Agraj. The movie is produced by Sita Balami and Siwani Balami. The executive producer is Ram Prasad Maharjan. The lyrics of the songs in the movie are written by Pradip Upadhya, Nirajana Bhandari, Abhishek Sharma (Bibad), Bhola Poudel. The music is composed by Manohar Sonam and the playback singers are Pratima Sonam, Sani Sonam, Prabisha Adhikari, Dinesh Gautam, Manohar Sonam, Rejina Rijal. The action is directed by Babu Balami, choreography by Suresh Chaudhari, cinematography by Saurav Lama, background score by Chandra Gorkhali and editing by Tara Thapa.
Nepali movie ‘Bhaihalchha Ni’ under Colours Movies and Entertainment banner was released in theater on April 27, 2012. The movie features the music of Yadav / Govind, lyrics of Lok Raj Adhikari, choreography by Dinesh Adhikari, editing by Milan Shrestha, cinematography by Hari Humagain, action by Roshan Shrestha and written by the director MS AGraj.
Hunger strike of film related people ended today (Thursday) at 4 pm after Minister for Information and Communications, Raj Kishor Yadav agreed to fulfill their demands and offered juice to the strikers.
President of Director Society, Bimal Poudel, Secretary of Director Society, M.S. Agraj and President of Women Film Actors’ Association, Mausami Malla were in hunger strike asking the government to fulfill their 9 points demand. Poudel started the hunger strike on Monday saying that he won’t eat anything until the demands were met. Supporting Poudel’s demand, Agraj joined from Tuesday and Malla joined them on Wednesday.
In a report, Mausami Malla was diagnosed of a tumor near her uterus and had just finished a 10-day-long bed rest prior to the hunger strike. Although her friends had asked her not to join the strike, she had insisted on participating in the strike, instead of meeting the doctor to schedule the date of the surgery.
Minister Yadav and President of National Film Protection Committee, Nir Shah, has signed jointly in the paper with 9 points demand and minister Yadav has assured to implement them at the earliest and that president of Film Development Board will be appointed by tomorrow (Friday).