During the movie “Chiso Manche” which was released to the public on Friday the 3rd of Asar, Khadka and Miruna Magar along with two other secretaries rushed to the hall saying that the actors might be embarrassed. The film manages to entertain as well as inform, according to the production team. Basnet, the heroine of the movie Chiso Manche, which was shot in the far western Bhasa culture, said that she liked the Bhasa culture very much. Although Arpan Sarma was initially found to be a non-speaking person, after getting to know him closely, she found a different kind of personality in him, she said. “Nazir Hussein is a very sensitive person, even in small things,” she said.
Although she is a good person because she is close to Nischal in health, she said that in the beginning, she used to say no, why, rather than do some work. Swasthima said that she had never asked God for anything, but she used to bow down a lot. She said that when there was a small difference in their health, they unfriend her and later when they sent a request, they did not accept it. The man who has been decorating thousands of dreams abroad, the box shows what he experienced when he returned to Nepal. Khadka said that Dhamla is the number one heroine for you, but she is in line with the way viewers view her. She says don’t ask about her relationship with her husband.
In the field of Nepali cinema, one movie after another is being screened in the halls. In this movie, a married girl who has just passed away after falling in love with another man, is a subject that Nepali society cannot accept and believe. In Nepali society, once a married woman’s husband dies, her life is spent in misery, cost and restrictions, and her own dreams are shattered. The film depicts the situation in which a married woman still has to embrace the siege of a society.
“Everyone has the same role to play in protecting whomever they fall in love with, who needs to understand each other,” he said. In the movie, when Swasthima and Arpan are in love, when the father is in love with the daughter-in-law, the father-in-law is very sad. Paul is very sad when a father carries his son’s body in old age and the movie shows how far he can go after his daughter-in-law falls in love with another man. Arpan said that even though the eyes of the people are bad everywhere, the work and behavior that they do, the work that is done depending on themselves is explained, according to the habits of the people, the bad is correct.
Arpan said that since all kinds of incidents are happening in the society, one of them is rape, it would be nice if someone gave it without hurting anyone’s heart. Swasti Khadka, who became bold in the movie Press Meet, said that the movie was made by including all the issues in the Nepali social environment. Swastima said the rape case was spreading social evils and could lead to life-threatening malpractices, prompting strong action to end them. Walking in a different way from the dream she had imagined, the actress feels that Swasti has lost something to get something good in her life.