Actor Dhiraj Magar and actress Jasita Gurung’s third film is becoming ‘I Am Twenty One’, which is slated to release on 21st Baisakh. ‘Intu Mintu London’ and ‘Babri’ are Dhiraj’s featured films, while Jasita’s debut film was ‘Lilibili’ and her second film was ‘Love Station’. They have created a craze among the youth with two films.
As the performance date of ‘I Am Twenty One’ is approaching, Dhiraj and Jasita’s publicity rush has started. On Friday, they reached Butwal and met with the audience as part of Mofusal campaign. Their overwhelming craze was seen when they reached a program of Tilottama College. There was a fight between the young men of the college to take pictures and get autographs with both of them.
In that program, Dhiraj met one of his diehard female fans, who had collected his pictures from different times and decorated them in a frame. And when the fan presented the frame as a gift, Dhiraj was speechless. The number of young women was not small, who got watery eyes when they saw him. Even when they reached Kshitij College in Butwal, the craze of Dhiraj and Jasita was amazing.
They also held a press conference in Butwal. Jasita said that she was happy to meet the audience before the screening of the film and said that she is excited about the film. Similarly, Dhiraj said that he was encouraged by the enthusiasm of the audience for the film. According to him, the film shows the story of dreams and struggles of Nepali youth through dance.
In the interview program organized by the Rupandehi branch of Film Journalists Association, Mohan Neupane, President of Rupandehi Association, Vijay Awaz, Vice President of Central Organization of the Association, Suman Shrestha, Founder of Rupandehi Association, etc. were present. Similarly, on Saturday, Dhiraj and Jasita are scheduled to interview the audience at Bageshwari Hall in Nepalgunj and meet the press after reaching Dang.
Produced by Prabhu Shamsher Jabara and Prajwal Shamsher Jabara, Arun Chhetri, Prem Subba, Luniva Tuladhar, Palpsa Dangol, Raju Bhuju, Sujata Rai, Suryaman Limbu, Bikash Joshi, Rizon Pariyar , Sushant Gautam etc. also have special roles in the film. The film has cinematography by Susan Prajapati, editing by Nimesh Shrestha, background score by Rohit Shakya and choreography by The Wild Ripperz Crew.