First Nepali Movie:Aama
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The First Nepali movie made in Nepal is Aama.It was directed by Hira Singh Khatri and was produced by Department of Publicity Film Division, Nepal Government.It cast include Shiva Shankar as hero,bhuwan Chand as heroin.Some of other artists of the movies are Uttam Nepali, Indra Lal Shrestha, Bashundhara Bhusal, Hira Singh Khatri and Hari Prasad Rimal .It had V. Balsara as the music composer.

It was released on 7 Oct 1964.

The Director of the movie Khatri who use to work in

The other people of the village try to convince him to be in village and serve motherland and serving motherland is equivalent to serving mother.

bollywoord, was invited to Nepal by  then king Mahendra to make the movie.

The story unfolds with the typical household of Nepal village where a young boy is living with his window other. The young leaves the village and serves in foreign army for couple of years and returns to his village. He finds that his mother has already died before he had returned.
So, the other people of the village try to convince him to be in village and serve motherland and serving motherland is equivalent to serving mother.

The hero of the movie was then musician and composer and heroine bhusal was theatre artist.

The most part of the movie “Satya Harishchandra” which is believed to be made before Aama was made in India.

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JUST FOR INFO: Nepali Films History
History The making of Nepali films is said to have begun with D. B. Pariyar's Satya Harishchandra, which was the first Nepali language film to be shot. It was produced from Kolkata, India, and was released on September 14, 1951. Aama (meaning mother) was the first film produced in Nepal, and was released on October 7, 1964. It was produced by the Information Department of His Majesty's Government Of Nepal (now Government of Nepal). It was directed by Hira Singh Khatri and the lead actors were Shiva Shankar Manandhar and Bhuwan Thapa, who are regarded as the first actors in the history of the Nepali film industry. The first film to be produced under a private banner was Maitighar (meaning the birth home of a girl), which was released at the end of 1966 by Sumonanjali Films Pvt. Ltd. Although it was a Nepali movie, it had many Indians contributing toward the making of the film. Mala Sinha had the lead role, along with C P Lohani, whom she later married. It had special appearances of Sunil Dutt and comedian Rajendra Nath. Directed by B S Thapa and music scored by Jaidev, a veteran music maestro, it had Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle, Usha Mangeshkar, and Manna Dey, all of them established Indian singers, doing the playback-singing along with the household names of Nepali music, like Narayan Gopal, Prem Dhoj Pradhan, C P Lohani, and Aruna Lama. Then the government established the Royal Nepal Film Corporation in 1971. Mann Ko Bandh was the first film produced by the Corporation. Prakesh Thapa was the director of the film. Nati Kaji and Shiva Shankar were the music composers of the songs. Amber Gurung scored the background music. The film premiered in 1973 in Kathmandu. Mann Ko Bandh was followed by Kumari (the first Eastman color Nepali film) in 1977, Sindoor in 1980, and Jeevan Rekha in series. The success of these films opened up avenue for private parties to enter into filmmaking as industrial endeavor.
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