Nepali Film “Chitra’: Free Movie for Kids Under 10

Embarking on a poignant exploration of a father-daughter relationship, the upcoming Nepali film “Chitra” not only captivates with its storytelling but also extends a heartwarming offer. Children under 10 can enjoy the movie for free, emphasizing the importance of the familial bonds depicted in the narrative. This thoughtful gesture showcases the film’s commitment to creating an inclusive cinematic experience, making “Chitra” an ideal outing for families to share in the magic of storytelling and connection.

What sets “Chitra” apart is its unique initiative, offering complimentary viewing to boys and girls for a span of ten years. Director Ghanshyam Lamichhane has crafted a narrative that resonates with audiences, making the film not only entertaining but also socially impactful.

In an exceptional move, the production team has announced that any girl named “Chitra” will receive three complimentary tickets at Sitaram’s Cinema upon presenting valid proof. This gesture reflects the filmmakers’ commitment to inclusivity and community engagement.

The film, produced by Aashish Thapa Magar, features a storyline by Ajay Adhikari and a screenplay by Manish Gautam. The cast includes Arpan Thapa, Pramod Agrahari, Shubhechchha Khadka, Menuka Pradhan, Simran Khadka, Anjana Baraili, Prakash Ghimire, and Ayushi Dhakal in pivotal roles.

Scheduled for release on Poush 27th, “Chitra” promises to be a cinematic delight that transcends entertainment to impart meaningful messages. The film’s narrative, combined with the stellar cast, anticipates leaving a lasting impression on its audience.

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