Nepali Film – Shree 5 Ambare Starring – Keki Adhikari, Saugat Malla, Bikram Singh Tharu etc. Director – Deepa Basnet
About ‘Shree Paanch Ambare’
The movie directed by Deepa Basnet was released in 2014. The movie featuring Keki and Saugat in leading role also features Bikram Singh Tharu, Raj Gadaili, lokmani Sapkota, Sirjana Adhikari and Diwaj Rai. The movie with different flavour in naming and storyline, the movie gained a lot of talk. But, it wasn’t much successful in box office. The director had expressed her dissatisfaction on the business of the movie.
Actress Keki Adhikari is featured as a sex worker. Saugat is in a double role. The comedy movie is written by Abhimanyu Nirabi’s story and screenplay. Music in the film are composed by Basanta Sapkota, Kali Prasad Baskot, Babu Bogati and Yama Buddha. The movie features the choreography of Nirmal Rana, Naresh Bir Singh and Shiva BK. The dialogue is written by Abhimanyu Narabi and Amrit Agarwal.
‘Shree 5 Ambare’ is a movie featuring Saugat Malla, Keki Adhikari, Bikram Singh, Priyanka Karki and Yama Buddha in main roles. The movie is directed by ‘Antaral’ famed director, Dipa Basnet and produced under her own home production, Jibansathi Films. The movie features the cinematography of Ganesh Kumar Shrestha, story of Abhimanyo Nirabi, editing of Chandan Dutt and concept and casting by Jibansathi Basnet.
The story of the movie is about the life of street children – commonly known as ‘khate’ kids. The life in street is not fun but, Ambar (Saugat Malla) and Kali (Keki Adhikari) meet and fell in love in their childhood on street. Ambar is left along in the street when Kali is taken away by a guy. She became a prostitute and lived a comfortable life while Ambar nourished his desire to become a king in the society.
The two new releases this week are ‘Shree 5 Ambare’, a movie featuring Saugat Malla and Keki Adhikari in leading role and Baboo Bogati and Wilson Bikram Rai’s ‘Humjayega’.
A special show of ‘Shree 5 Ambare’ was also held in Kumari Theater for the special guests, journalists and film artists. Ex prime minster Baburam Bhattarai and UML leader Pradeep Gaywali were among the guests in the show.