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The story begins from where it was ended in part 1. The three guys got out from the jail after serving three years of sentencing and they part their ways but they again fall in trap of ... See full summary »
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When Ishan (Dhiraj Magar) and Meera (Samragyee Rajya Laxmi Shah) meet by chance through their common friends in London, they unknowingly fall for each other only to discover their fate depends on a difficult choice.
Kazi a young aimless man dreams of marrying Maiya, a village girl by any means although she wants to go to the city for higher education. Their lives are thrown into turmoil with the arrival of Bibek, a charming young man from the city.
First movie was average; second one, disaster; however, this third movie by Chhakka Panja team has really touched my heart. Maybe, it's just because I love movies about socio-political changes. Some of my favorites in this genre include, Anil Kapoor's 'Nayak', Mahesh Babu's 'Srimanthudu' and a recent one 'Bharat Ane Nenu'. These all movies were about the social and political changes where the main protagonist uses his wits and strength for the betterment of the society they are living in.
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While Chhakka Panja 3 tries the same with a female protagonist, she fails horribly unlike the ones I've mentioned. And this was what hit me hard. A dialogue in the film says, "It's like a curse, if today's youths are made to stay in the country". And yet, when she was about to leave the country, she notices the unpleasant condition of the school where her father is the headmaster. She decided to stay in order the bring changes, and made decisions she would never do otherwise. Her sacrifice goes unnoticed and she is constantly opposed for her right doings. This depiction of the society was one of the best I've ever seen in a Nepali movie industry.
I may not be able to judge the technical flaws of the movie as other reviewers are mentioning. But as an avid movie goer, I would say, this movie is better than most movies in the Nepali film industry and absolutely better than the previous ones.
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