Poi Paryo Kale (2020)
While the title might sound derogatory or skin color shaming, but this movie directed by Sishir SJB Rana is worth a watch to know that it actually is a way to roast people of such mindset. It is the story of Pooja (Pooja Sharma) who hates dark skinned people but by fate gets married to a dark skinned Gaurav (Saugat Malla). The movie revolves around her trying to hide her husband from her friend Kriti (Shristi Shrestha) and the confusion that comes along. Overall, this is a fun filled movie and definitely worth a watch.
DUI RUPAIYA (2017)
Dui Rupaiya is a story about two friends, Jureli (Nischal Basnet) and Dari (Asif Shah) who smuggle gold illegally from India to Nepal. The entire movie revolves around a two rupee note which the boys lose. In order to save themselves from their boss, police and the local goons, all they need is a particular two rupee note. Directed by Asim Shah, this movie also stars Menuka Pradhan and Buddhi Tamang in important roles.
CHAKKA PANJA 2 (2017)
Chakka Panja 2 is directed by Deepa Shree Niraula but it has nothing to do with its prequel. An ambitious young lad Prajwol (Swaroop P Dhakal) who cannot afford to go abroad decides to enter into a paper marriage with Akansha (Swastima Khadka) who cannot get a desired IELTS score. Their plan to take off to Australia takes a U-turn when several other characters such as Priyanka Karki, Barsha Raut, Kedar Ghimire, and Deepak Raj Giri join in. As the movie unfolds, it turns out to have a series of deceits. It is a fun filled family movie worth watching.
Harke’s (Daya Hang Rai) dream to work on a foreign land is shattered when he gets dumped by a company that promised to send him abroad. When he spends a night with a chewing gum popping call girl Kamala aka Riya (Priyanka Karki), his bag goes missing the next day. The situation gets tangled with one more character Bhangeri Don (A Gurung) and what follows further is total madness. The loud comedy, comical presence and pointless jokes directec by Dipendra K Khanal makes Jholay a must watch.
TA TA SARAI BIGRIS NI BADRI (2000)
Directed by Dayaram Dahal, Ta Ta Sarai Bigris Ni Badri is a fun filled movie revolving around its central character Badri (Hari Bansha Acharya). Badri is a married man, married to a decent wife Savitri (Sushmita K.C. He calls chaos upon himself by marrying a second wife Whiskey (Bipana Thapa). The situation worsens when his first wife, Savitri, is up for revenge by marrying another man and bringing him to live together with them in Badri’s house! Will Badri settle with both the wives or will he choose one over the other? And does Savitri win Badri’s love again? The only way you can find that out is by watching the movie.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14UsqX0RNto