Mahajatra movie collection in Middle-East countries

Mahajatra movie collection in Middle-East countries

Mahajatra box office collection: The movie ‘Mahajatra’ was released a week ago. The film, which has also received a good response in the second week, claims to have collected 6 crore 24 lakhs in Nepal. The film has been screened both domestically and internationally, and it is said to have done good business abroad as well.

According to the production unit, the film has also been doing good business in Middle Eastern countries. From the 15th (March 28) onwards, the film was screened in Malaysia, Dubai, Bahrain, Oman, and Qatar. The Supreme Film Production and Distribution and Concept Vision’s main person Anish Singh Thakuri claims that the film has been distributed in Middle Eastern countries where it has also done better business than expected. According to Thakuri, large cinema chains like Vox, Star, Cine Royal, Cinepolis, Cineko, and Novo regularly screen foreign films in the Middle East.

Mahajatra, the Nepali movie box office collection

“We are regularly screening Nepali films in Middle Eastern countries by promoting them in Nepal,” says Thakuri. “Groups of audiences are coming to watch the film. The film’s mouth publicity is also good.” Thakuri’s statement emphasizes that with the support of Hari Moktan from Sathi Bhai Entertainment, market management, and Harka Podcast, the Nepali film market is being strengthened in Middle Eastern countries.

The film will be regularly screened in Malaysia from April 5 and in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait until April 18. MSMM Entertainment, which has bought the distribution rights outside India, has also screened the film in countries like Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, Canada, and Japan. It is said to have done good business in all these countries.

The executive producer of the film, written and directed by Pradeep Bhattarai, is Ravindra Singh Baniya. ‘Mahajatra’ presents the interestingly depicted problems and opportunities of managing the money to be raised in times of crisis. The film features performances by Hari Bansh Acharya, Vipin Karki, Ravindra Singh Baniya, Varsha Raut, Arjun Jung Shahi, Prakash Ghimire, Rajaram Poudel, Praveen Khatiwada, Divya Dev, Suman Karki, Shishir Bhandari, Gaumaya Gurung, Arvind Khadka, among others.

The film was co-produced by Max Deepesh Khatri and Yajneshwor Poudel.

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