Lately, there has been a lot of discussion about Nepali films not getting franchises and foreign films getting franchises. By saying that a difference was created, people had their own reactions to it. Rajendra Khadgi has said that the Nepali film sector will not run at this pace and the development board should take new steps in the coming days.
He said that even though the name of the movie is Chor Police, the movie is made in a comedy way to entertain and make the audience laugh. The trailer of the film ‘Chor Police’ directed by RL Lama Moktan has been released. On that day, the director said that if he did not give to Nepali movies, there would be accusations that the movie would not run.
The trailer of the film was released at an event in Kathmandu on Thursday. The public trailer shows the theft of household goods and the struggle of the police to catch the thief. In recent times, incidents of theft are increasing, which has had a negative impact on society.
Presented by Lanka Films, the film stars Dhiren Shakya, Rajendra Khadgi, Buddhi Tamang, Jayanand Lama, Jaikisan Basnet, Ravi Giri, Shovit Basnet, Ramchandra Adhikari, Surveer Pandit, Janhvi Basnet, Kavita Rai, Sulaiman Shankar (Ecu), Arjun Gurung, Subhash Gajurel. , Sharada Giri, Rashmi Bhatt, Resham Firiri, Madan Tamrakar, RL Lama, Sushant Rai, and other actors are acting.
New and old actors are acting in the movie which will be released on the 25th of Kartik. Actors Dhiran Shakya and Rajendra Khadgi, who have not appeared on the screen for a long time, are making a comeback with this film after a long time. Produced by R. Sonam Moktan and Lankamaya Moktan, the film is executive produced by Jeevan Lama. Cinematography by Rameshwar Humagai is edited by Tara Thapa ‘Kimbhe’.