“Mangarjung” a Nepali feature film based in the history of the Mangar community has been re – shot and re edited and is in the final stage of post production which will once again be screened during the month of March.
Speaking with media today Mr. Siddhartha Rana, the Director of the film said “The movie which we shot earlier had many flaws in it, so we decided to re shoot the entire film with new Hi band excel 2 and PMW Ex-3 camera”. Rana even added that the new film comprises more traditional Mangar music unlike earlier one and the film also has addition of a few new songs.
Rana adding further that there have been no changes in the cast of the film. The film has been made under the banner of Laxmi Sarovar films with a cost of Rupees thirteen lakhs where the music has been given by Mr. Lachuman Yonjon.
Courtesy: Sikkim Mail
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