Kathmandu. It is seen that cinemas in Nepal will be ‘overloaded’ in the month of August after the simultaneous release due to the Corona epidemic.
11 Nepali films have fixed their release dates for the month of August, while 6 foreign films will release. As soon as 17 films are released in a month, it will put pressure on the distribution and exhibition system.
The film Michael Adhikari, Krishna Leela and Premganj will release on Sri Krishna Janmashtami on August 3. On August 10, Prakash and Radha will be worshipped. August 17, Zingedau will be handled more.
Similarly, Gorkha and Aaina Jyalko Putli will release on August 24, while Lakhe and Babri will release on August 31. All these films are awaited among the audience and have a star cast.
This month, Bollywood’s Dora, Liger, Brahmastra will also arrive, while Hollywood’s Spiderman: No Way Home’s The More Fun Stuff, Beast and The Woman King will also be shown. More foreign films including South Indian films are expected this month.
August, October and October are considered to be attractive months from the point of view of business. Filmmakers say the audience will be divided when the much-awaited films release together. While foreign films are becoming a challenge, two or more Nepali films coming out on the same date have created an additional challenge.