SOURCE : HIGHLIGHTSNEPAL

Deepa Shree Niraula directed movie “Chakka Panja” has now officially become the highest grossing Nepali movie ever, surpassing Late actor Shree Krishna Shrestha’s Kohinoor. The movie has set a new milestone by collecting Rs.12 crore in 36 days and breaking all the box office records.

The Nepalese comedy movie directed by famous TV actress Deepa Shree Niraula, stars famous comedians from the TV industry including Deepak Raj Giri, Jeetu Nepal aka ‘Mundre’, ShivaHari Poudel aka ‘Pwakka Mukh ma Hanau Jasto’, Kedar Ghimire aka ‘Maaghne Buda’, Budhi Tamang akaa ‘Hait’, Priyanka Karki and Barsha Raut. This movie is a debut directorial venture by Deepa Shree Niraula.

‘Chhaka Panja’, undoubtedly the biggest blockbuster of the year has set new box office records. The movie has already collected Rs.10 crores and looks to break the all-time box office record of Kohinoor. The movie received good reviews from the audience as well as the critics.

Released on September 9, the movie holds the record for most watched trailer on YouTube i.e 130,000 times in 24 hours. Starting with a box office collection of 1 crore 20 lakhs in just 2 days, the movie has broken all the box office records.

‘Chhakka Panja’ is a comedy movie with a social issue and message of unemployment and foreign employment attached in the movie. The movie received good reviews from the audience as well as the critics. Released on September 9, the movie holds the record for most watched trailer on YouTube i.e 130,000 times in 24 hours. Starting with a box office collection of 1 crore 20 lakhs in just 2 days, the movie has broken all the box office records.

Source: Highlights Nepla
Source: Highlights Nepal

This trend-setting movie is an example that Nepali movies can earn and rule the Nepali movie market if the plot is good. Nepali movies can compete as well as beat the foreign language movies that get screened in Nepal by getting the maximum share of audiences. All the best to ‘Chhakka Panja’ team for more success to follow and big congratulations on becoming, both critically and economically, the most successful movie of the year. Cheers!

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