Expatriates amused by Nepali comedy movie
May 16 2018 11:20 PM
ENTERTAINED: Nepali expatriates watching the movie.

By Usha Wagle Gautam

Hundreds of Nepali expatriates recently enjoyed watching Shatru Gata, a Nepali movie screened at Global Cinema Hall. The cinema-goers appreciated the romantic  comedy flick that had been doing well at the Nepali box office for one month.
Coming from all corners of Qatar, the fans enjoyed the Kollywood, Nepali movies industry, film. Tanka Budathoki, a Nepali musican and singer, watched the movie with his fans. Budathoki had sung Rupai Mohani song for Shatru Gata. The singer also sang the song in the cinema hall for the fans.
Directed by Pradip Bhatterai, the movie stars Madan Krishna Shrestha, Hari Bamsha Acharya, Deepak Raj Giri, Deepa Shree Niraula, Priyanka Karki, Paul Shah, and Aanchal Sharma.
When compared with other similar Nepali feature films, Satru Gata stands out for clarity its of dialogues and kaleidoscopic captured scenes. The movie revolves around the life of two lovers Sandhya (Aanchal Sharma) and Suraj (Paul Shah). But Suraj’s father does not want his son to tie the knot with the daughter of a corrupt politician. The marriage however takes place as Suraj’s mother accepts the couple. The marriage faces a real threat when Rahul (Deepak Raj Giri), a singer, arrives in their area and creates a scene by posting videos on YouTube.
Rajendra Kumar Thapa, who enjoyed watching the movie, said the movie was a complete family entertainer with incredible dialogues and music.
Yasoda B K, another fan of the movie, praised the roles of Hari Bansa Acharya and Madan Krishna Shrestha. She said the movie had become a special one in terms of the star cast.

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