Minister of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Sudan Kirati, after watching the film ‘Jari’, has suggested the producer to take it to villages and show it. He watched the 6 o’clock show at Big Movies in Kamalpokhari on Monday evening and watched the movie with great interest.
Producer Maniram Pokharel said that Minister Kirati, who watched the film with his personal assistant and security personnel, continued watching without picking up a single phone call. His eyes were full of tears while watching the film. He didn’t pick up a single call until he saw it,” producer Pokharel told reporters. “After watching the film, he said it was very good and suggested that we take it to villages and show it.”
Pokharel says that the film took him back to his childhood and gave him a reaction that he grew up in that culture. After watching the film, Minister Kirati also posted a status on Facebook. He wrote, “Society and culture that lives on values, the roots that gradually turn artificial relationships back to originality, the beautiful presentation of life and the world was seen ‘Continued’.”
Directed by Upendra Subba and produced by Rambabu Gurung, the film tells the story of the ongoing custom and marriage culture in the Limbu community of eastern Nepal. According to the data of the Film Development Board, the film has grossed more than Rs 13 crore at the domestic box office so far.