The Cinema Times,Kathmandu- Mahapurush’, the family drama is receiving amazing response from the audiences right from the start. Most theatres have 70-90% occupancies in the morning shows. Also the word of mouth is sure to lure in more audiences in the following days.
The most appreciated cinema ‘Mahapurush’ hit the screen today, Kartik 11. Right from the morning shows, the theatres are crowded with the audiences of Mahapurush. Most theatres have 70-90% occupancies in the morning shows.
The cinema had also received overwhelming response in the premiere shows organized in various parts of the country. Given the hype, ‘Mahapurush’ is given high number of shows in multiplexes. Also the word of mouth is sure to lure in more audiences in the following days.
Writer, Director Pradip Bhattarai says the number of shows is the trust shown to the cinema. He is confident that the audiences won’t be disappointed and the cinema is worth the money and time spent. He is alert that with the trust comes responsibility to deliver good cinemas and the team has done just that. The lead actors Hari Bansha Acharya, Gauri Malla, Arun Chhetri and Anjana Baraili have visited different theatres to receive audiences’ responses.
Mahapurush’ is a family drama that will take the audiences to reality, their own home and will build a connection to parents. The amount of hardship a parent endures and how forgranted it is taken by the children is well presented in the cinema. Mahapurush’ is a tale of a father. A devoted father played by Hari Bansha Acharya who has sacrificed his life for his children, finds love in a woman played by Gauri Malla. His old age romance is unacceptable for his children and society. This brings dispute in otherwise a happy home.
Mahapurush’ features Madan Krishna Shrestha, Hari Bansha Acharya, Rabindra Singh Baniya, Rajaram Paudel, Arun Chhetri, Anjana Baraili, Siru Bista, Kopila Thapa, Shikha Tamang, Kabita Shrestha among others. Actors Arun Chhetri and Anjana Baraili are introduced in Nepali cinema from ‘Mahapurush’.
Produced under Shatkon Arts, the audiences can enjoy this tale of a devoted father ‘Mahapurush’ from today.