It is a sad incident to hail the decision of a Nepali theater, located in Nepal, and owned by Nepali businessmen has decided to screen a Nepali movie. Advertisement Big Cinema, one of the modern cinema theater in Kathmandu had previously been screening Hindi and English movie. After much protest, the theater decided to screen […]
One of the biggest and oldest movie theaters in Nepal, Bishwjyoti Cinema Hall was temporarily closed due to conflict of interest of the hall owner and an organization representing movie makers in Nepal. Advertisement The conflict started when Film Producers Association protested the hall owner to release a new movie "My Life" in the hall. […]
A relief of Nepali movie lover’s, Big Cinemas organized the premiere show of a Nepali movie for the first time. The premiere of the movie K Yo Maya Ho was held on Tuesday, August 2, 2011. The movie to be released in the City Center film hall is not cheap. In addition to the Rs.159 […]
A movie based on the story of living together, K Yo Maya Ho is going to be premiered in Big Cinemas, a theater known only to screen Hindi movies. This is going to be the first major movie show in the theater. The movie directed by Sudarshan Thapa features Arunima Lamsal, Sushma Karki, Aryan Sigdel, […]
After a photo feature on Kiss scenes in Nepali movies and a post on another post on excessive tongue kiss and bed scenes, yet another kiss scene is coming soon in Nepali cinema. The kiss scene is featured in the upcoming movie ‘Sindoor’, directed by Gobinda Gautam. In the kiss scene is shot on lead […]
Two new movies "Kathmandu" and "Chhabilal Kanjus Chaina" are released in Kathmandu on February 3, 2012. Akash Adhikari’s Kathmandu was one of the most awaited movie made on the problems in Kathmandu city. Gyanendra Deuja’s movie "Chabilal Kanjus Chaina" is told to be a comedy movie. Incoming search terms:rekha thapa moves mamata postar
The fourth NEFTA (Nepal Film Technician Association) TTV (Terai Television) Film Awards was held on March 12, 2011 in at the Megha Malhar Hall of Soaltee Crowne Plaza in Kathmandu. In the 4th NEFTA Film Awards ceremony a Nepali musical band, Kutumba, performed a fusion of instruments like guitar, Sarangi, and flute.