‘Manchhe Manchhe’ from ‘Prakash’ Released


The Cinema Times, Kathmandu – The song has deeply represented the socio-economic discrimination prevalent in our society. Penned by Ashok Sherchan, the song is sung by Satya Raj Acharya in Alish Karki’s music composition.The song talks about the liberation dream. On a whole, the song projects the theme of the cinema.

Dinesh Raut directed Prakash’s first song titled Manchhe Manchhe has been released. The lyrical song projects stills and few videos from the cinema. The song has deeply represented the socio-economic discrimination prevalent in our society. Penned by Ashok Sherchan, the song is sung by Satya Raj Acharya in Alish Karki’s music composition.

The legacy of the decade-long People’s War was short-lived making one wonder whether the political achievements have indeed brought the much needed socio-economic transformation. The song talks about the liberation dream. On a whole, the song projects the theme of the cinema.

Prakash is a struggle story of a man to be a teacher, what lies inside is the existing political setting that has failed to bring significant changes in the lives of the general people. The failure of the concrete plans to reform and bring about the transformation has been represented by the protagonist.

Binish Entertainment’s presentation Prakash is written by Bikash Subedi, produced by Mahendra Adhikari, , edited by Jiwan Thapa with Rajesh Shrestha as Director of Photography starring Pradip Khadka, Deeya Maskey, Prakash Ghimire, Rajan Khatiwoda, Renu Yogi, Niraj Panthi, Prasant Shrestha, Pabitra Khadka, Lokendra Lekhak, Dhanraj Sunar and others.

The cinema will be released on August 26, 2022.