Kaala movie review: It’s a film for people, but Rajni’s presence is just a bonus

South Indian movies being screened in a Kathmandu multiplex is a rare site. Apart from Bahubali, not many have done well when shown to the public. But at a time when Nepali movies aren’t doing good business, bringing Rajnikant starrer Kaala seems like a no brainer. The movie revolves around Kaala (Rajnikant), the don who
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Jun 10, 2018-Amber Gurung Smritigrantha, an anthology of essays written in tribute to the legendary composer, was published this week, marking the second anniversary of Gurung’s demise. The book is published by Nepal Academy of Music and Drama. The book comprises of articles written by over five dozen writers, musicians, scholars, poets and journalists along
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Jun 10, 2018-After the release of their first album Dreamers, followed by a video album under the name Kattmandu, a rock group based out of Baltimore in the US have released their third album titled Look In Through Me. The band Skinny Is Green, formed by singer and guitarist Gaurav “Rav” Sitaula, said the new
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Jun 9, 2018-In 1999, a young man decided to establish an organisation that recognises children with a knack for literature. Kartikeya Trust was established with the support from his friends and family and has been self-sustained ever since with the revenue generated from his own published children’s literature. Fast forward two decades, the man, Kartikeya
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