Satya Harishchandra (1951 film)

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Satya Harischandra is a 1951 Nepalese movie based on Raja Satya Harischandra directed by DB Pariyar. It was the first ever Nepalese language movie.[1]

Satya Harischadra is said to have directed by DB Pariyar. It is supposed to be the first movie in Nepali language. Recently, Nepali literature and explorer Abhinash Shrestha has shown an unreleased poster of the movie "Satya Harischandra", where we can find the name of Harischadra instead of Satya Harischandra. By this poster, there seems some contradiction because this poster shows Harischandra is the real name of this movie and DB Pariyar is not the director of this movie. This poster reveals that the director of Satya Harischadra is Sangh Rathi.[2] Satya Harischadra was made inspired by Hindi movie Raja Harischandra.

Casts[edit]

  • Prem
  • Kanta
  • Sheela
  • Shandow

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "History of Cinema in Nepal". Filmbirth: History of Cinema. Retrieved 31 May 2011. 
  2. ^ Aryal, Rakesh. "Condradiction between Satya Harischandra and Harischadra". Filmy Joy. rakeysh. Retrieved 2 December 2015.