The foreign rights of the film ‘Badri Bahadur’ directed by Shobit Basnet have been sold. While Nepali movies are being produced one after the other, producers and actors are taking the view that Nepali movies should also reach abroad shortly. There is a constant struggle to send Nepali movies abroad. On Wednesday, director Basnet signed an agreement with Pooja Tamang and sold all the foreign rights.
Pooja Tamang has signed the contract by paying 2 million cash for foreign rights. Only Pooja will have the right to show the film in other countries except for Nepal. He said that the film will be produced traditionally by covering contemporary topics of entertainment and family. He said that since Sovit Basnet has not made a loss in the movies he has done to date, he will get a good response in this movie as well. He said that this is Jaykrishna Basnet’s first bike film at the international level.
The release date of this film has not been fixed yet. It is said that the release date of the film will be decided after a few days. Similarly, the production team is preparing to release a song featuring Salon Basnet and Pooja Sharma in a few days. Written by Ramkaji Ghimire, the film stars Jai Kisan Basnet, Chulthim Gurung, Rajeev Jung Basnet, Dhiren Shakya, and Elina Gurung along with Salon. Elina is making her debut with this film. The film is shot by Vinod Sapkota and edited by Bande Prasad.
Executive produced by media person Ravi Adhikari, the film has music by Tank Budhathoki and Ujan Nemwang, dance direction by Shiv Vick, and Duan by Shankar Maharjan. Filmed in Kathmandu, Lamjung, Dharan, and Sankhuwasabha districts, the assistant directors of the film are Ramji Raut and Gyankumar Kattel. Produced under AB Pictures Farm and Salon Salina banner, the film is presented by Vijay Gopal Dali. Mithun Bhote is the producer of the film.
Sovit has said that he is going to quit his job as a director and work as a producer as he has to make two or three films. He said that the shooting of “Jai Ho” from the last of Puss is also going to take place. Even though all the audience and artists were invited to Salon Basnet’s wedding, the Soviets said that one senior journalist was not invited. He said that while watching the Badri Bahadur movie, the audience would laugh for 2:15 hours.