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Mero euta Sathi chha
Mero -euta-sathi-6.jpg
Promotional poster of Mero Euta Saathi Chha
Directed bySudarshan Thapa
Produced byPrabhu SJB rana
Written bySubash basnet
StarringNamrata Shrestha
Aaryan Sigdel
Jiwan Luitel
Dayahang Rai
Zenisha Moktan
Sushma Karki
Rekha Thapa
Music bySugam Pokharel
Eyecore films
Running time
161 min

Mero Euta Saathi Chha (Nepali: मेरो एउटा साथी छ) (English: I Have One Special Friend) is a Nepali movie released on September 11, 2009. This movie was a hit in 2009,[citation needed] and is an unofficial remake of the Korean hit A Millionaire's First Love.

Plot summary[edit]

Story plot begins from the remembrance of childhood friend Jay (Aryan Sigdel) of Shikha (Namrata Shrestha). Shikha is daughter of the principal (Keshab Bhattarai) of a high school. The high school building is situated in property of Jay's family. Lawyer Bikram Thapa (Ashok Sharma) warns the principal to pay the rent or else, leave the property where a resort will be established. Shikha moves to Jay's town to seek help from him.

Jay, who is the heir to the property, is raised by his grandparents after the death of his parents. Being the rich guy he abuses his wealth. One day he skips class and while riding on his bike, he gets challenged from another bike rider in black helmet. He gets ahead of him and blocks his way. He acknowledges that the black helmet person was chased by Nepal Police for crime of robbery.

Shikha meets Jay incidentally and nearly meets an accident. They quarrels and he gets away. Later on Shikha goes to Jay's Hotel but Jay refuses to meet her. Shikha returns to her home then. Jay gets expelled from the college due to his habits. Lawyer reminds him he could only get the property in his name only after he graduates from high school within the next year. Otherwise 99% of the property will be donated to charity under ownership of lawyer and only 1% in his name.

To finish his high school he goes to the village where he spent his childhood. He joins the high school there and meets Shikha who is the monitor of the class as well the instructor of the charity play for collection of funds for the rent to save the high school grounds. Jay getting sick of the village life tries to get away from there. But slowly he starts to like the culture and life style of the village. Later he falls in love with Shikha and starts to help to collect the funds without knowing that the property is his own.

One day new person appears in college named Ragav (Jiwan Luitel) who was the rider in black helmet on the day of robbery. He robbed the bank to pay off the loans of college but was caught due to Jay. He hurts Jay but soon he realizes his mistake. Shikha being a heart patient, starts get heart pains. During the charity play Shikha goes to sleep forever in Jay's arm.

Lawyer tells he want Jay to be good person so he had sent him to the village. Jay builds foster home for the children and rest of his life he gives up in memory of childhood friend and his love Shikha.



  • Produced by Prabhu S.J.B Rana, Prajwal S.J.B Rana
  • Executive Producer: Pritam Singh
  • Directed by Sudarshan Thapa
  • Special appearance Rekha Thapa
  • Re-recording mixer, Sound designer Uttam Neupane
  • Music Director Sugam Pokhrel, Bipin Acharya
  • Cinematographer Rajesh Singh, Puru Pradhan
  • Fight Director Anil Rai
  • Story by Suvas S. Basnyat
  • Budget:1 crore


The film was released on September 11, 2009. After a year of production, the movie did not follow the queue system. With that provision, it did not get the screening dates at the Bishwa Jyoti Cinema and Ganga Hall but was screened at other cinema halls of both Kathmandu and outside.


Critical response[edit]

Although, the film met with some criticism for the story resembling to the Korean movie A Millionaire's First Love, it received positive reviews for its direction, cinematography, choreography and mostly for Aryan Sigdel's performance.[citation needed]

Aryan Sigdel won the National Film Award for the Best Actor in Leading Role for his performance.[citation needed]

Box office[edit]

Mero Euta Saathi Chha approxly collected Approximately 2.15 Crore all around Nepal & overseas.


Mero Euta Sathi Chha
Soundtrack album by
Sugam Pokharel
GenreFeature film soundtrack
ProducerBikash Nirola


The official track listing.

1."K Yo Maya Ho"Sugam Pokharel3:51
2."Juni Juni"Sugam Pokharel, Rejina Rimal4:51
3."Lajai Lajai"Soham, Mandira3:38
4."Mero Aankha ko Gajal"Sunidhi Chauhan3:49
5."Mero Euta Saathi Chha"Sugam Pokhrel3:20

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