Independent and strong-willed Diya, now 22 years of age, is training to be a traditional Nepalese dancer. She forms a deep escalating friendship with another dance pupil, Kiran. Her ...
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Independent and strong-willed Diya, now 22 years of age, is training to be a traditional Nepalese dancer. She forms a deep escalating friendship with another dance pupil, Kiran. Her feelings clearly border on physical desire. She is desolate when her parents find a suitable man for her to marry. Meanwhile, her closeness to Kiran becomes passionate and they become lovers. Diya breaks off her engagement. The two young women decide to live together. The open avowal of their relationship exposes them to ridicule and alienation. How their strength makes them surmount these hardships forms the climax of the film.Written by
Official submission of Nepal to the Oscars 2014 best foreign language film category. See more »
Its a best movie with Nepal's realistic context. Tho, I've heard its not good movie because it doesn't have sexy scenes etc. But I think It has everything that story demands. Nisha and Diya play the role greatly, I wish in Nepal, people would get some education about sexuality. Though, its very sad story, but it represents the story of those unlucky people in Nepal, who are forced to marry to someone they don't love. similarly in this movie, she is being killed for being who she is, for loving someone she wants. Its sad they haven't released it in DVD, I hope it will be released in DVD too. I watched it in big screen and Loved it, after few days I tried to take my mum to show it but it was already gone from Cinema.
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