‘PremGeet 3’ Hindi Version Titled ‘VISHWAJITAM’

‘PremGeet 3’ Hindi Version Titled ‘VISHWAJITAM’

The Cinema Times

The Cinema Times, Kathmandu – ‘PremGeet 3’ team has announced good news for Nepali Cinema industry. For the first time, a Nepali cinema is dubbed in Hindi language collaborating with brilliant artists, editors and musicians and will be shown worldwide. The cinema’s Hindi version is titled ‘VISHWAJITAM’ and will be released in India and worldwide.

‘PremGeet 3’ has been in talks ever since its announcement. Not only because it is a sequel to a much loved cinema but also because the team has left no stones unturned to make this sequel huge. Even during the pandemic, the team was in constant work to also release the cinema in a bigger market. Finally, their hard work, dedication, and patience has shown colors. ‘PremGeet 3’ will be released in Hindi language titled ‘Vishwajitam’.

Filmmaker Santosh Sen shared the good news in his social media handle and announced ‘PremGeet 3’ will be released in Hindi language as VISHWAJITAM in India and worldwide. The release date will soon be announced with a poster. He also shared the registration letter of the cinema in Indian Motion Picture Producers’ Association.  India’s Impossible Films has bought the rights to the Hindi version.

‘PremGeet 3’ will be released in two languages, Nepali and Hindi. During Covid pandemic, theatres were closed down and the cinemas could not be released. Since the release date of ‘PremGeet 3’ kept on postponing the team went to Mumbai and dubbed the cinema in Hindi language too. It was not a piece of cake, but the team was focused on contributing a huge market for Nepali cinema and they did it!

‘PremGeet 3’ stars Pradip khadka, Christina Gurung, Shiva Shrestha, Manish Raut, Pushkar Karki, Prem Puri, Sunil Thapa, Maotse Gurung, Laxmi Bardewa, Anubhab Regmi, Yogisha Khatri, Samriddhi Shahi Thakuri in pivotal roles.Actors Christina and Manish are making their debut in Nepali cinema industry from this cinema.

‘PremGeet 3’ will be released all over Nepal on Asoj 7, this year, on the occasion of Ghatasthapana.