The Cinema Times, Kathmandu- ‘Aincho Paincho’ is a social political drama. The released trailer portrays the political instability and its effects on the citizens. As far as the trailer showcases, the cinema looks wonderful in the making. Will the audiences like it! Well it is up to the audiences, says director Krisha Chaulagain.
Krisha Chaulagain has already established herself in the Nepali cinema sector as a producer. She wasn’t a namesake producer; she used to be involved from the pre to the post production and the cinema release. Thus it came easy for her to handle the captaincy for ‘Aincho Paincho’. She says, “I wished to be a director. Even when I produced cinemas, I was involved thoroughly in the projects. I had visions for shots and all those ideas, experiences and curiosities merged in to direct Aincho Paincho.”
Actor Swastima Khadka has made a niche for herself by her dedication and hard work. And it is apparent the audiences expect more from her. But she feels a cinema doesn’t solely depend on an actor. It takes a village to make a cinema and everyone involved from the pre-production till the cinema’s release has equal credit on how the cinema will turn out. Regarding Aincho Paincho, all the cast and crews have done a wonderful job to bring out an amazing cinema.
Actors Mukun Bhushal, Koshish Chhetri and Barsha Raut- the other lead characters of the cinema believe in the content of ‘Aincho Paincho’ and say the audiences will like it. Sometimes even a good cinema doesn’t bring the expected result, what then! Director Krisha Chaulagain puts in that she will be making cinemas no matter what.
Produced under the banner of KP Films, ‘Aincho Paincho’ is directed by Krisha Chaulagain. The cinema features Swastima Khadka, Barsha Raut, Mukun Bhushal, Sushil Sitaula, Koshish Chhetri, Ramesh Budathoki, Rajaram Poudel, Buddhi Tamang, Rabindra Jha, Sarita Giri, Bishal Pahari and others.
Story by Abhimanyu Nirabi, ‘Aincho Paincho’ is produced by Pritam Lamichhane/Aadhya Lamichhane and co-produced by Bishal Chaulagain.
Aincho Paincho will hit the theatre on Bhadra 14.