The production of the upcoming film “Nametine Ghau” was officially announced during a press conference held in Naya Baneshwar, the capital, on Sunday.
The film is set to feature UML Chairman and former Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli in a prominent role, portraying the character of a ‘Prime Minister.’
Renowned actor Ramit Dhungana will take on the directorial responsibilities for the film. The storyline is expected to shed light on the struggles faced by girls and women who have fallen victim to acid attacks, exploring the challenges they encounter in their lives.
The commencement of the film’s shooting is scheduled for the second week of Falgun. “Nametine Ghau” aims to address important societal issues, providing a platform for storytelling that brings attention to the plight of acid attack survivors.