Must Watch Nepali Movies

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In spite of having Hollywood and Bollywood influence in Nepal, the Kathmandu based movie industry produces 100+ commercial movies every year. The movie market in Nepal is very good but Nepali films aren’t making much success. Big budget Hollywood and Bollywood movies are making 10-100 Million Rupees while Nepali movies are struggling to earn 10 Million. Only a few of Nepali movies have collected 10 Million Rupees. Here in this article, we present you the list of Nepali movies you must watch before you die.

1) Balidan
Balidan is a Nepali social drama movie starring the legendary duo Haribansha Acharya and Madan Krishna Shrestha. The movie was directed by Tulsi Ghimire. The movie is about the revolution led by a group of youth against the government (Panchayat System ).
It was released in the year 1997.

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2) Pashupati Prasad
Pashupati Prasad is a Nepali social movie directed by Dipendra Khanal. It stars Khagendra Lamichhane as Pashupati in the lead role. The plot of the movie revolves around the son who is struggling to pay his parent’s debt.
The movie was released in 2016

3) Darpan Chaya
Darpan Chaya is a Nepali romantic love story movie directed by Tulsi Ghimire. Superstar Dilip Rayamajhi and Niruta Singh are in the main role of the movie. The movie’s plot is about love, friendship, and sacrifice. The movie broke all records and collected 17 Million Rupees to become all-time highest grosser Nepali movie in the year 2001.

4) Loot
Loot is a Nepali heist movie written and directed by Nischal Basnet. Saugat Malla, Dayahang Rai, Karma Shakya, and Reecha Sharma are seen in the lead role of the movie. The movie is about 5 poor guys who try to rob the bank. The movie has collected 56 Million Rupees in Nepali box office.

5) Jhola
Jhola is a Nepali historic social drama movie based on the Novel Jhola written by Krishna Dharabasi. Garima Panta has played a leading character in a movie. The movie is based on the social ill called Sati Pratha which was in practice before 1920.

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