Sale of performance rights to Japan and Korea for the film “Harshwo Deergha”

The foreign rights for the film “Harshwo Deergha” have begun to be sold with the release of the first look. A few days ago, the film’s first look was revealed, along with the news that Ashwin 11 of the following year will see the film’s premiere.

Neeta Dhungana, the actress and producer of the film, revealed that the rights to Korea and Japan had been sold. UNA Entertainment purchased the overseas rights to the film for South Korea and Japan following the premiere of First Look.

In a similar vein, Ujjwal Gurangain, the head of UNA Entertainment, stated that the film’s initial look had raised audience anticipation, leading them to purchase the theatrical rights. UNA Entertainment has only acquired the film’s rights in the Nepali language.

With Neeta Dhungana, Saroj Khanal, Bipana Thapa, Kiran KC, Garima Sharma, and Harihar Adhikari as the main cast members, Chandra Pant is directing the film, which is based on Adhikari’s story. Actors from South India, such as Brahmanandam and Pradeep Raut, are also featured in the film.

The shooting of the first and second schedules of the film have been completed, and the shooting of the third schedule will be done in India.

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