RONGLI: Two day screening of Prashant Tamang starrer Nepali movie “Angalo Yo Maya Ko” was completed at Rongli Community Hall at Melatar on May 1. The two day show was organised by the members of Sanghrash NGO from Rongli. Present on the occasion was Kishore Dungmali, Producer of the movie and Praja Pradhan, Assistant Director cum actor of the movie.
Two day screening of the movie at Rongli was successful. People enjoyed the movie and liked its story content. People wanted the screening to be extend for few days but due to certain unavoidable situation it could be screened for only two days. We are thankful towards Coastal Projects Limited, Chujachen, Power Department, Chujachen, Rongli Police Station for the immense support they had rendered towards our organization for the show. Despite bad weather people came in large scale echoed Biren Gurung, Kushal Pradhan, Bishal Pradhan and Pawan Pradhan, members of
Kishore Dungmali, Producer of the movie told that the film is running successfully at Siliguri Multiplex and we are happy to receive warm reception from our people at Rongli. The social message of the film has been well received and it has given me an encouragement to do more better work in days to come, added Dungmali.
Bijayata Baraily’s flawless act was the best in the film, said Suman Pradhan, a local from Rongli. He said, “she was superb in her role of ‘Jasmine’. The story of the film was well crafted Melodrama part was good, the comic instance was enjoyable but the music could have been much better. Above all a nice well made film, Pradhan added.
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