Nepali movie – Mutu

mutu nepali movieNepali movie – Mutu
StarringKeki Adhikari, Bimalesh Adhikari, Mukesh Acharya etc.
Director – Surya Bohara

The movie produced, written and director by Everest Surya Bohara, was released in theater in 2015. The movie made under Everest Kala Yatra Films banner features Keki Adhikari and Bimalesh in leading roles. The movie features the action of Surya Thokar, cinematography of Sher Bahadur Lama, Editing of Mitra D Gurung, and child artist is Suprem Shah. ‘Mutu’ was released in theatre on February 7, 2014 with superhit movie ‘Jhola’. Before the release of the movie in Nepal, the movie was premiered in the USA in 2012.

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Three Nepali movies – Mokshya, Jhola and Mutu releasing on Friday

Three Nepali movies ‘Mokshya’, ‘Jhola’ and ‘Mutu’ are releasing in theaters on Friday, February 7.

Musical dram and biopic ‘Mokshya’ is considered to be one of the best movies of the year based on the review of the preview shows. The movie made on a real story of a musical band is also a story of the director Prabin Shrestha himself. The movie produced by Sunil Manandhar features Koshis Chhetri and Benisha Hamal in lead roles.

mokshya poster (2)

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Nepali Film Festival and Fashion show held in New York on 31st ANA convention

On the occasion of the 31st convention of American Nepali Association (ANA) held on July 4 to July 6, Nepali movies  were shown on each day. In addition to Nepali films, popular comedy actors Madan Krishna Shrestha and  Hari Bansha Acharya (MaHa) also conducted a comedy program. MaHa’s program was one of the the main attractions of the event.

maha comedy show ana convention

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.

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'Mutu' premiered in USA

Nepali movie ‘Mutu’ was premiered in Dallas, Texas on October 6, 2012 Saturday in Funasia theater. The world premier ceremony of the movie attracted a lot of Nepali resident in Dallas. Out of the fund raised from the show, one fifth of the fund was donated to and organization working for less privileged women and children, Devi Sahara Foundation, Nepal.

mutu_film_poster

The Nepali viewers had a mixed response with many appreciating the movie. For the benefit of viewers who can’t understand Nepali language, English sub-titles were also added in the movie.

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