The movie titled Any Time Masti (ATM) had been one of the most controversial movies of all time. The vulgar dialogue and sex scenes had been highly criticized by everybody involved in the movie industry. The movie was banned by the government on the first day of release. Pre-release review of ‘ATM’ was posted previously. ‘ATM’ is the presentation of Dinesh Thapa under D Films banner.
The presentation of Salon Films, ‘Man’ is the home production of Shovit Basnet. Shovit’s son, Salon Basnet is also featured in a child actor role. This is the first movie in which Jaya Kishan Basnet acted in leading role.
The movie ‘ATM’ (Any Time Masti), banned after it’s second show in theater has been cleared for screening after a court ruling.
The censor board had asked the film makers to remove some scenes before it was suitable for screening in theater. The board banned the movie when it found that the film makers didn’t comply with the decision of the board and didn’t remove some of the objected scenes while screening the movie in theater.
The controversial actresses from the banned movie ‘ATM‘ Sabina Karki and Sonia Sharma are being featured in director Shiva Ghimire’s upcoming movie ‘Chhal’. Popular for delivering vulgar dialogues and hot scenes in ‘ATM’ three actresses of the movie Sabina, Soniya and Jiya KC were highly criticized. Although Sabina and Soniya have learnt the lesson from ATM, Jiya is going in the same path of showcasing her body instead of her acting talent.
In their roles in ‘Chhal’ Soniya and Sabina are likely to be featured in sober roles. The movie is made on clashes between two gangs in a city and Sabina is featured as one of the gang leaders.
Nepali movie ‘ATM’ is releasing on November 23, 2012. The movie directed by Yadav Silwal features Dinesh Thapa, Jiya KC, Sabina Karki and Sonia Sharma in leading roles.
The movie features the , cinematography of Ratna Karki, fight direction of Shankar Maharjan, music direction of Santosh Pragad, choreography of Kabiraj Gahatraj, editing of Dawa Sherpa, story of Dinesh Thapa, script / dialogue of Nischal Shrestha.