‘Ek Bhagavad and Gita’ & ‘Nango Gaun’ now showing in the hall
Bipin Karki, one of the actors known for more than his name in Nepali cinema, portrayed the lives of the sexual minority population as 'Kamalamai' in the film Ek Bhagavad Gita.
KJATHMANDU: Two new Nepali movies ‘Ek Bhagavad and Gita’ and ‘Nago Gaun’ have been screened since today. Both the films were screened targeting the upcoming Teej. Although based on social themes, the target audience of both films is different due to presentation.
Bipin Karki, one of the actors known for more than his name in Nepali cinema, portrayed the lives of the sexual minority population as ‘Kamalamai’ in the film Ek Bhagavad and Gita.
“An actor can live a different life and make the audience feel it through this type of role.” “While seeking diversity in acting, such roles are both an opportunity and a challenge,” he explained, “because I have the opportunity to express the suppressed story of that community through the screen through my character.”
Along with Karki, the film stars Dheeraj Magar, Suhana Thapa, Kavir Khadka, Jebish Shrestha and Jebin Shrestha, Sanjog Rasaili, Mukesh Jha, and others.
Sunil Kumar Thapa, Sarin Pokharel, Pariparchad Sen, Purushottam Dhungel authored the screenplay, Rajesh Shrestha shot the film, Mitra D Gurung edited it, and Himal KC co-directed it with Thapa.
The issue of the need for politicians to transform society and the thinning of the village has been depicted in the film ‘Nago Gaun’ directed by Dipendra Lama, which has been shown since today.
“It’s time for us to question not only the leaders but also the people who elect them, the beginning of that has been done in this movie”, director Lama said, “The social and political environment has been exposed in it, the political consciousness of our society, political influence and what kind of situation we are living in the society has been shown in it.”
Dayahang Rai, Miruna Magar, Shishir Wangdel, Karma, Samragyee RL Shah, Buddhi Tamang, Ravindra Jha, Bishal Pahari, Raj Thapa, Kamalmani Nepal, Ankit Khadka, Pushkar Gurung and other actors have acted in the movie.
Director Lama wrote the story himself.