‘Gaun Aayeko Bato’ Cultural Premiere Grandeur, A Big Round of Applause

‘Gaun Aayeko Bato’ Cultural Premiere Grandeur, A Big Round of Applause

The Cinema Times

The Cinema Times, Kathmandu – Nabin Subba directed ‘Gaun Aayeko Bato’ is all set to release this friday, Jestha 25. Prior to the release, the team had organized a premiere show where the cinema was highly acknowledged by all. The premiere was graced by politicians, literary writers, cine workers and journalists.

The premiere started on a traditional note with artists showcasing cultural dance and the protagonists attended in cultural attire which added to the essence of the cinema. After premiering around the world at topnotch film festivals, the cinema finally landed home and was acclaimed as a considerable success.

UML MP Raghuji Panta well appreciated the cinema on how effortlessly it presented the impact of progress on people’s life and culture. Former Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Minister Sudan Kirati said the cinema touched his heart as he also belongs to the same community. He further emphasised that directors like Nabin Subba should keep on making authentic cinemas like this.

Director Nischal Basnet thoroughly enjoyed the cinema. On the other hand, Actor Swastima Khadka couldn’t hold back her emotions while watching the cinema. She was moved by the struggles faced by the protagonists brought by the progress.

Actor Keki Adhikari said that this is Dayahang Rai’s best cinema till date. Actor Aanchal Sharma who had recently shared screen with Rai in ‘Degree Maila’ said Dayahang has justified the character of Maila in ‘Gaun Aayeko Bato’.

Former Miss Nepal Malvika Subba was touched by the father-son bond presented in the cinema. Similarly, actor Deeya Maskey was at a loss for words as she found the cinema soul-stirring. The whole subject and presentation gave her goosebumps.

Actor Najir Husen was spellbound by Dayahang’s performance. Actor Miruna Magar felt the love of the parents for their child very closely. On the other hand, actor Shristi Shrestha said that she could live the village life and the struggles through the cinema.

Actor Pashupati Rai, who portrayed the character of Maili in the cinema, admits shedding tears watching her own cinema. Having received praises in the premiere, she is assured the cinema will win audiences’ hearts as well. Similarly, Dayahang Rai also is hopeful that the cinema, which already has collected rave reviews from foreign audiences, will be loved by Nepali audiences. He is impatient to receive the feedback.

The cinema tells the story about the impact of a road built in the life of Maila, a basket weaver, played by Dayahang Rai and Maili, played by Pasupati Rai whose dream is to fulfil their son Bindrey’s wishes played by Prasan Rai. The cinema presents the struggle between tradition and progress faced by Nepal as a developing country.

Dayahang Rai, Pashupati Rai, Prasan Rai, Prem Subba, Keshab Rai, Raj Thapa, Sumitra Rai are seen in pivotal roles. Produced under the banner of Menchhyayem Pictures and Baasuri Films in co-production with Gaun Ghar Productions and Chomolungma Productions, the screenplay is by Mahesh Rai and Nabin Subba and is produced by Amod Rai and Nabin Subba. Mahesh Rai’s story is shot by Josh Herum and edited by Kwan Pun Leung. The executive producers are Sanju Rai, Devraj Rai, Narhang Rai and Bhim Rai.