Nepal does not have a very long movie history, but the industry has its own place in the cultural heritage of the country. It is often referred to as 'Nepali Chalchitra'

Today, more films are being made and released. The production companies and those in the industry are enthusiastic about the country's new situation. The return of peace has opened more venues for the shooting of films, and the industry is seen to be making good use of this time to revive its image. New generation moviemakers geared up to make sensible cinema with entertainment rather than Bollywood inspired socio-actions. Kagbeni, Sano Sansar, Mero Euta Saathi Cha, First Love, Kohi Mero, etc. are some of the fine examples of quality cinema in terms of presentation, performance, story and technical superiority. However, they lacked in connecting with the audience.

Khaaskhus 2016/09/22
Bhadragol 2016/09/21

Due to its vast cultural diversity, geography and its natural beauty, Nepal has been able to portray itself as one of the beautiful shooting location for filmmakers in the past couple of years. Many films from India and abroad have been shot in Nepal. The most internationally acclaimed film that was shot in Nepal was the Academy Award-nominated Caravan, a film by French director Éric Valli.

Dhamala Ko Hamala
व्यंग्यात्मक: भा’कै कुरो 2015/01/02
Merri Bassai 2016/07/21
Jire Khursani 2015/11/02
Tito Satya 2015/11/06
Harke Haldar 2016/07/20
HAKKA HAKKI 2016/05/29
DR SAAB 2015/07/07
Ghar ko Na Ghat Ko 2015/06/20
Ditha Saab 2016/07/24
Wah Bhudi 2015/07/22
PANI PURI 2015/07/22
Asal logney
MAHA-Shyabas.. 2014/01/04
MAHA-AAnn.. 2013/08/30
MAHA-Gold Medal.. 2013/08/06
Barbadai Paryo Nepali Comedy
MAHA-Santati.. 2013/09/11
Laal Purja
15 Gate - MAHA
Sereko Sur