|Directed by||Tulsi Ghimire|
|Produced by||Sumitra Paudel (Sayapatri Films)|
|Starring||Udit Narayan |
|Music by||Ranjit Gazmer|
Kusume Rumal (Nepali: कुसुमे रुमाल, translation: Silk Handkerchief) is a 1985 Nepali romantic film directed by Tulsi Ghimire. It was produced by Sumitra Paudel under the banner of Sayapatri Films. This was the first film in which singer Udit Narayan acted. In 2009, the son of the producer of this Kusume Rumal directed Kusume Rumal 2, which was the story of the second generation of the original cast. Both Tripti Nadakar and Neer Shah acted in minor roles as an ode to the original film.
This movie is a love story of two collegemates Amar (Udit Narayan) and Suniti (Tripti Nadakar). It also features Arjun (Bhuwan K.C.) as lover of Suniti. The film depicts the difference between rich and poor people. The Indian comedian Hum Jayega has a short appearance. The Story Revolves Around These Three Characters Until At Climax In Attempt To Save Suniti Or To Impress Her, Arjun Gets Killed By Goons.
Kusume Rumal was a huge box office success becoming the highest-grossing movie of the time until another Tulsi Ghimire film Darpan Chaya broke its record in 2001. The movie was the first Nepali movie to spend 25 weeks in the box office top ten list and the first actual blockbuster.
- Udit Narayan as Amar
- Tripti Nadakar as Suniti
- Bhuwan K.C. as Arjun
- Neer Shah
- Biswa Hingmang as Jetay
|1.||"Kusume Rumal"||Udit Narayan,Deepa Jha||6:28|
|2.||"Kainchimar Saadi"||Bharati Ghimire, Shrawan Ghimire||2:58|
|3.||"Timi Nabhaye"||Udit Narayan||5:12|
|4.||"Suna Bhana Na"||Udit Narayan,Deepa Jha||4:55|
|5.||"Bhuligaye Samjhana Lai"||Bharati Ghimire||2:53|
|6.||"Reli Khola Bagara"||Bharati Ghimire||4:26|
- "Kusume Rumal (1986) - Nepali Movie". reelnepal. Retrieved 2019-01-08.
- "Indian Idol 10: Udit Narayan reveals he was paid Rs.1500 to act as a lead hero". mid-day. 2018-12-16. Retrieved 2019-01-08.
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