Financial support to Director Chaudhary on the initiative of the Director society
Janakdeep Parajuli, general secretary of the society of film directors, said that this has sent a message to all the film directors around the world to unite at a time of crisis.
By Dikshya Tiwari, KATHMANDU: Film director Kishor Chaudhary has been handed over financial assistance for treatment at Chitwan Medical College on the initiative of the Film Directors Society.
He has been receiving treatment for liver swelling and high blood pressure for the past four months. The Film Development Board’s Welfare Fund and US-based film directors have provided Director Chaudhary financial assistance.
The Society of Film Directors has shown gratitude for the aid received from the United States during the Coronavirus pandemic. Janakdeep Parajuli, general secretary of the society of film directors, said that this has sent a message to all the film directors around the world to unite at a time of crisis. According to him, Director Chaudhary has been undergoing treatment at his house for the past few days.
A total of Rs 67,679 has been handed over to director Chaudhary’s family, including Rs 42,697 from film directors living in the United States and Rs 25,000 from the Nepal Film Development Board’s welfare fund. Chaudhary, the director of the film ‘Miss Call’, is a writer, producer, lyricist, choreographer, and also a skilled editor.