Bachana Chahane Haru

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Bachana Chahane Haru
Directed by Pratap Subba
Music by Shanti Thatal
Release dates
  • 1982 (1982)
Country India
Language Nepali

Bachana Chahane Haru (Nepali: बाँच्न चाहनेहरु) is a 1982 Nepali film directed by Pratap Subba.[1] Shanti Thatal was the music director.[2]


The film was shot in various places of Darjeeling district, India. The lyrics was penned by Norden Rumba. The hero of the movie was Kiran Thakuri. Biswa Hingmang played a role of a Police Sub Inspector. The lead actress Punya Prabha Subba was featured as a prostitute in the movie. The director, Pratap Subba, later married Punya Prabha.[3]


Track Artists Length
Mo Ta Mandina Pema Lama, Bimala Cintury Pradhan
Naya Naya Gham Ko Kiran Bimala Cintury Pradhan
Harara Barara Pema Lama, Kunti Moktan, Monika Thatal, Bimala Cintury Pradhan
Bachana Chahane Manchey Pema Lama
Mitho Mitho Pema Lama, Bimala Cintury Pradhan
Timro Resam Herai Bimala Pradhan, Monika Thatal


  1. ^ "A Lunch Lesson". Sweta's Food Quest. Retrieved 17 July 2012. 
  2. ^ "Married to Music" (PDF). Women Now. Retrieved 17 July 2012. 
  3. ^ Anand Nepal (10 September 2012). "Bachna Chahane Haru (1982)". Retrieved 19 April 2015. 

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