Hajar Juni Samma is an exact representation of what's wrong with Nepali filmmaking
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Kathmandu, Aug. 24 -- Here's how most Nepali movies work: there's a likeable protagonist(s) (read hero) who jokes, sings, and dances. His major agenda is to woo the love of his life in the first half of the film. He does this with the help of his best friend, the token comic character whose entire world revolves around the hero and whose sole purpose is to crack a few jokes while communicating the hero's intentions.
The interval brings in a major twist and the second half that follows turns abruptly intense. The jolly characters morph into emotional wrecks. We then move towards the climax where the antagonistic force is defeated but only after a rather unnecessary plot twist right before the ending.
On the technical side, the cinematogr...
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