Best Nepali Films accessible on YouTube
The Buzz Nepal presents you some of the masterpieces that Nepali Film industry churned out and are also available in YouTube. The list is dedicated for those who want to watch the best Nepali films.
Amidst all the limitations, the Nepali film industry has succeeded to create some of the finest blockbusters ever.
Many Nepalese may prefer browsing Bollywood and Hollywood movies these days, since they perceive Nepali movies as not fascinating or of high enough quality to watch. But thanks to hard work and dedication, the Nepali film industry has spawned a broad assortment of cinematic masterpieces.
Pashupati Prasad, a film directed by Dpendra K. Khanal and starring Khagendra Lamichane, Bipin Karki, Rabindra Singh Baniya, and Barsha Shiwakoti, has a precise yet captivating plotline and realistic acting that strives to capture the intuition of all viewers. Pashupati Prasad reflects the day-to-day life story in the most engaging way, reflecting the hardship, dream, dilemma, and everyday life of an ordinary man.
The Nepali film Jhola portrayed the Sati tradition, which saturated Nepali society up until the 1920s. This movie portrays the tale of a sati who succeeded to survive, dealing with the hurdles she encountered residing isolated from society and her connection with her son.The realistic approach, authentic Nepali lifestyle, perfectly curated emotions, and ideal acting of the actors—Garima Panta, Desh Bhakta Khanal, Sujal Nepal, Laxmi Giri, and Deepak Chhetri—made the film Jhola a perfect masterpiece.
Sano Sansar is a romantic humour film directed by Alok Nembang with the hefty star cast of Namrata Shrestha, Karma, Vinay Shrestha, Jiwan Luitel, Nir Shah, among others. It gives a break to the Nepali movie audience from the same old conventional Nepali movies with its perfect fusion of comedy and young adult courtship. Sano Sansar can be the ideal sort of entertainment for you this weekend.
Selfie King is one of the masterpieces that the Nepali film industry has presented for us, the viewers. Although it features clowns, don’t mistake it for the typical mainstream comedy-clown film, and be ready for a tragic story-line encounter. The realistic acting of the leading character, performed by Bipin Karki, takes you through the surprising encounters on the voyage.
A romantic comedy movie, Kabaddi depicts the realistic life of the people in Nepal with raw, realistic acting. Dayahang Rai, Nischal Basnet, Rishma Gurung, Buddhi Tamang, Bijay Baral, and Rajan Khatiwada all grabbed the attention of Nepalese viewers towards Nepali films. With the enormous success of Kabaddi, it took the lead in creating its series and has since become a household name.
Loot has distinguished itself as one of the ground-breaking films in the Nepali cinema industry owing to its original plot, raw acting, and blunt dialogue delivery. Loot portrays the struggles and thriving alternatives confronted by ordinary individuals in Kathmandu to survive. This film is designated as the first entry in a new genre in the Nepali film industry because it excludes any shudder scenes and has minimal buildup sequences.