New nepali movie
New Nepali movie
If you inquire a young person, if they have seen a Nepali movie lately, then you are certain to obtain an optimistic reply. This would not have been possible several years earlier, in particular in the time of Maoist uprising in Nepal; nearly all investors remained aloof from spending in a film. Deficiency of finances, time and again results in a meager quality movie, even though its script is compelling. The movie quality, the back ground scenes, the smooth management of a film is essential to create a high-quality movie, besides an acceptable plot. There have been cases, when a movie did not have a well written design, but enjoyed significant commendation, because of the application of the camera and additional essentials.
By means of movies, akin to Sano Sansar (A small world), Mero Euta Saathi Cha (I have a friend) in 2008 and 2009, and First Love and the latest, Kohi Mero (Someone is mine) in 2010, which aims the city young age group, new Nepali movies have achieved the bygone audience. It is not to pronounce that the entire new Nepali movies prepared nowadays are unusual, both in appearance and presentation. Scores of Nepali movies, still tag along a standard plotline, which was a trait of Hindi cinema in the late 1980s and the early 1990s. They might not draw the urban viewers; however, it would be imprudent to presume that the movies do not work in the market. If that was so, then the action series featuring Rajesh Hamal and Nikhil Upreti would not be able to draw a large number of people to the film halls. Likewise, the actors and the directors would not be toiling in the business at all, if their movies did not get them some name and fame. Yet, it is also factual that creating superior movies has been an anxiety for the young generation, and the movie industry is acquiring young directors, like Alok Nembang and Simosh Sunuwar, who want to experiment in film making. Apart from that, films such as Das Dhunga, based on the probe of the demise of the Communist leader, Madan Bhandari and a nationalistic film, Dus Gaja have also been able to satisfy the viewers and the film critics.
Movie production must be considered a pioneering and an imaginative procedure, by the movie technicians and the actors, if Nepali films are to draw global interest. In today’s world, it is not sufficient to be recognized by the home viewers; it is just as central to contend with the cinema from many places in the world. Only if new Nepali movies can pull the learned and inspired manpower, it can attain superiority and enhance its sphere. This will surely make each one of us proud; the young urban population and the rest of the crowd of film viwers.
This Hub was last updated on November 25, 2010
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