Nepali Movie – Sanjog
Starring – Sushma Karki, Sabin Shrestha, Prajwol Giri etc.
Director – Bed Prasad Bhurtel
A presentation of Dadhiram Upreti, ‘Sanjog’ is made under Yujesh Film banner. The movie features the music of Ujjwal Thebe Limbu and Kumar Bibahit, produced by Umesh Upreti and Roshan Upreti. The writer of the movie is the director Bed Prasad Bhurtel. The cinematographer of the movie is Harinarayan Chaudhary, action of Chandra Panta and choreography of Govinda Rai. The movie was released on July 29, 2016 (read the release news).
The movie is made on a triangular love story between three characters played by Sabin Shrestha, Prajwol Giri and Sushma Karki. The movie was completed a couple of years before the actual release.
Watch ‘Sangoj’ full movie
Two new Nepali movies are released on this Friday – on July 29, 2016. Sabin Shrestha / Sushma Karki starrer ‘Sanjog’ is competing with a comedy genre movie ‘Relimai’. One movie is named Sanjog and the other has the lead actor named Sanjog.
The movie made on the story of the director Bed Prasad Bhurtel, ‘Sanjog’ is made on a triangular love story. The movie featuring Sabin Shrestha, Prajwol Giri and Sushma Karki was shot two years ago. The movie features the cinematography of Harinarayan Chaudhary, action of Chandra Panta and choreography of Govinda Rai. The movie is produced by Dadhiram Upreti. The music directors of the movie are Ujjwal Thebe and Kumar Biwahit.
Read a detailed report on actress – journalist controversies.
A press meet was organized to tell about the movie releasing this Friday, ‘Sanjog’. In the event, the actress Sushma Karki got angry by the question of a journalist. The question was about Sushma’s previous release movie ‘Chalechha Batas Sustari’. The movie released targeting the Valentine Day of 2016 failed to attract viewers while the other two movies released on the same date – ‘Classic’ and ‘Premgeet’ became hit movies.
In the press meet, Sushma claimed that ‘Chalechha Batas Sustari’ was a hit movie. She also asked the journalists to do proper homework before asking her questions. She told, “I don’t need to tell what I am doing. It is your job to find out what I am doing.”