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Pardeshi 2′ in next decade


KATHMANDU:- There is a big tug of war among Nepali producers to release a film in every decade. Producers believe that the film business will benefit as there will be a long holiday in the decade. That is why every producer wants to make a film in a decade. However, due to Corona, the film has not been released in the last decade. Even though the movie ‘Dandako Var Peepal’ was released in this decade, the audience did not believe it.

Nepali producers are excited after the Bollywood film ‘Suyavanshi’ released on this occasion brought the audience back to the hall. At this time, the release date of one Nepali film after another is being announced. So far, however, no film has announced a release date for next year’s Dashain. The film ‘Paradeshi 2’ is being prepared for release in the next decade.

Producer Rajesh Wanshal told Filmikhabar about the release of the film: “We had planned to release ‘Pardeshi 2’ in the decade of this year. However, due to corona delay in filming, we were unable to perform. Since the story of the film is connected with Dashain, it is our opinion that it is better to perform in Dashain. The film will be screened at Ghatsthapana or Phoolpati next year. ‘

Directed by Narayan Rayamajhi, the film is a sequel to the 2015 superhit film ‘Paradeshi’. Filmed in Nepal and USA, the film stars Prakash Saput, Dilip Rayamajhi, Prashant Tamang, Keki Adhikari, Varsha Siwakoti, Nir Shah, Rama Thapaliya and Debendra Bablu among others. Singer Saput is about to make his debut as a hero from this film.

Directed by Sudip Kunwar, the film has Mankrishna Maharjan as the cinematographer, Ashta Maharjan as the conflict, Bibi Anuragi as the music director, Govinda Rai and Ramji Lamichhane as the choreographers and Dirgha Khadka as the editor. The story of the film, directed by Rayamajhi, is by Ramesh Viji. As it is a sequel to the superhit film, the audience has been waiting for this film for a long time.

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