Following the success of his latest flick 'Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan, Ayushmann Khurrana's on Monday said that it is fulfilling that along with delivering back to back hits he has also tried his hand at different and meaningful stories.
By the time director Anurag Kashyap was 14, he had read works of acclaimed crime authors inside out and his fascination for the genre eventually spilled into the stories he chronicled on the big screen.
Bong Joon Ho has officially cemented his name as the best auteurs working in cinema right now. And his new film Parasite further emphasizes this fact. The film, released this very year, won him a Palm D’or at the Cannes Film Festival (becoming the first Korean film to do so). The film stars Song Kang-ho, Lee Sun-kyun, Cho Yeo-jeong, Choi Woo-shik, and Park So-dam.
With his production "Tribhanga" slated to debut on Netflix, Ajay Devgn is the latest Bollywood star to join the streaming boom in India and the actor is of the opinion that the two mediums can happily co-exist rather than being competitors.
Famous media personality Sarita Lamichhane is one of the candidates for the upcoming election of film artistes Association of Nepal (FAAN).Former secretary general of FAAN, Lamichhane spoke to media about her agendas and grievance.
Actor Anmol KC is not a huge fan of football and neither likes to play. Though he is not into football, he has a keen interest football and also has featured as a footballer in the upcoming film ‘Captain’, set to release on March 1.
Hosting an award function abroad, is the latest trend in Nepali film industry. And following the same trend Everest Entertainment Pvt is all set to host ‘Everest International Film Award’ in Hong Kong.
A social film with bits of situational comedy, ‘Gopi’ reflects into the world of agriculture and the farmers. The film lends a vision to the typical lives of farmers who bear financial brunt of unequal government policies.
Upcoming Nepali film titled ‘Yatra: A Musical Love’ released three posters on Thursday. the film is based on the story of traveling .Directed by Samrat Shakya, the film features Salinman Baniya and Malika Mahat in the lead roles.
Unique characters that Bipin karki Potrays on each of his films make him different form the rest. He started his silver screen journey via ‘Loot’ in 2012, and collected further appreciation through films like ‘Chadke’ and ‘Pashupati Prasad’.
Swastima Khadka starrer film bulbul is gaining popular among K-Town movie freaks. To maintain their grasp, the production team has decided to go with promotional activities every week. This time the team has overwhelmed its audience with its alluring trailer.
Upcoming Nepali film ‘Prem Leela’ was scheduled to hit the theaters on February 8. However, the release date has been postponed. Deepshikha Khadka, one of the lead characters of the film, cited the incomplete VFX work as the reason for the delay in release.
From late 90s to mid 2000s, Nepali cinemas were quite monotonous- actor wise, script wise, story wise, and to an extent music wise. Then came the digital era—the picture quality was totally different all of a sudden. Kagbeni, Loot and Sano Sansar pulled back the audiences to the theaters. Nepali films were so different now. The storylines were unique. The action sequence looks so real.
After the commercial success of ‘Dream Girl’, director Rishi Raj Acharya is all set for his new film titled ‘Churifuri’. Acharya stated that the film will not just entertain the audience, it will be informative as well.
Upcoming Nepali film ‘Kagajpatra’ released its first look, announcing its releasing date on March 22. The first look features the four lead artist of the film-Najir Hussen, Shilpa Maskey, Bholaraj Sapkota and Sarita Giri.
YEMEN, Sept 4: Yemenis file into a makeshift cinema for the first time since fighting broke out in their city of Aden more than three years ago - and watch some of their own story reflected back at them on the projector screen.
A lot of people remember this particular line from Kingsman: The Secret Service and it is rather appropriate for what I’m about to write on – manners at the cinema. Just for the record, manners maketh woman too, lest any ‘meninists’ (yes, there is such a thing) accuse me of being one sided or worse – sexist. Anyway, I was at a sold out cinema last week watching Sanju and it was anything but an enjoyable experience. I will readily admit that I’m a fussy movie goer – fussier than most – but even for a person with high levels of tolerance, a trip to the cinema here can really test your patience right from the moment you park to the time you leave.
POKHARA, Dec 24: Hundreds of youths fly abroad, especially the Gulf countries, every year in search of better employment opportunities and many of them return in coffins. ‘Maan Ta Pardesi’ by Dev Nepal depicts this bitter reality of our country.
MUMBAI, Oct 29: National Award winning actor Akshay Kumar, who attended the grand audio launch of his debut Tamil film ‘2.0’ here, said that the Hindi film industry has a lot to learn from southern cinema. Akshay along with filmmaker S. Shankar, megastar Rajinikanth, Oscar winning composer AR Rahman, actress Amy Jackson and producer Allirajah Subaskaran of Lyca Productions attended the audio launch of the 3D sci-fi entertainer here at the Burj Park on Friday.
MUMBAI, Oct 24: With films such as 'Munna Bhai MBBS', 'Lage Raho Munnabhai', '3 Idiots' and 'PK' to his credit, Rajkumar Hirani is one of the most sought-after directors in Bollywood, but the filmmaker believes there is no formula for success in movies.
MUMBAI, August 27: Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui, whose new film 'Babumoshai Bandookbaaz' has released in theatres, said as an artist he is more concerned about the art of cinema rather than focusing on its budget.
Actor Vinay Pathak, who has acted in critically acclaimed films like ‘Bheja Fry’ and ‘Khosla Ka Ghosla’, says no matter how much people talk about blurring lines between mainstream and indie cinema in India, the struggling phase of the latter continues.
The Nepali film industry has progressed a lot over the years. Both the directors and the audience have seen changes in the sector. Some back-to-back hit movies have not only helped increase the stardom as well as the fan following of certain actors but have also made significant contribution to Nepal’s economy.