The Cinema Times, Kathmandu – The trailer of ‘Chi Musi Chi’ did create hype, without any doubt. After the trailer dropped, the audiences expressed their opinion and it looks like they are excited to watch the cinemas in theatres.
Unfortunately, Nepali cinemas could not make good news in the horror genre. To be honest, those that were produced only became a laughing stock. It is a time of global market, Nepali audiences have already branded their taste in horror genre by watching cinemas in other languages and that have marked the standard pretty high. Be it the story, screenplay or any other technicalities, Nepali cinema horror genre has a long way to go. In this scenario comes ‘Chi Musi Chi’ Even Dead Desire Belonging promises to be that edge-of-the-seat horror cinema the audiences were waiting for.
The trailer of ‘Chi Musi Chi’ did create hype, without any doubt. Speaking of the trailer, it begins with the appearance and disappearance of a small girl who seems to desire belonging in the mortal world. More events follow with the characters being horrified for life, seeing unbelievable things and the answer could only be the supernatural power. Overall, it promises a dose of horror and chills.
After the trailer dropped, the audiences expressed their opinion and it looks like they are excited to watch the cinemas in theatres. The best part of the trailer is that the story hasn’t been revealed and that keeps the audiences in a queue to watch the cinema. Will ‘Chi Musi Chi’ set a benchmark for horror cinemas? We’ll see.
Produced under the banner of Amy Studios, ‘Chi Musi Chi’ stars Priyanka Karki, Reecha Sharma, Benisha Hamal, Aayushman D Joshi, Rajan Khatiwada, Rabindra Jha and Gaurav Bista among others. The cinema is directed by Myrhna James and Yash Saini. It has got both Nepali and Bollywood technicians thus the audiences can expect fine touch in the technical parts. It is produced by Rinju KC and Arun Chakraborty.
The release date of the cinema ‘Chi Musi Chi’ Even Dead Desire Belonging’ is Poush 22.