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Samragye's Timro Mero Sath to Hit Cinemas on 13 January 2023


Nepalnews
2022 Oct 30, 15:17, Kathmandu

Timro Mero Sath, one of the most awaited movies this year is set to hit the cinema on 13 January,2023. The film stars Samragyee RL Shah, Pushpa Khadka, Sandeep Chettri, Khadga Bahadur Pun, Saroj Khanal, Dipisha K.C. and Emily Lama.

Jenish shrestha, marketing officer of movie says "The release date of the movie was announced amid the celebrations of Dashain. The makers have also released the first poster of the movies in which both the star cast can be seen in romantic and bold looks. Similarly, the makers had also released the 'Rumalai Batera' song of this movie which is making people dance on its beat currently."

B Pandey penned down the song whereas Jagdish Samal and Melina Rai are the singers. The music was composed by Subash Bhusal and choreographed by Ramji Lamichhane. Shiva Dhakal is seen he cinematographer of this music video.

'Rumalai batera' song has become a hit in just a short period of time and its views on Youtube is skyrocketing. Influencers and fans have already started making reels and tikok in the song. The song has also been praised by the fans.

'Timro Mero Sath' is the directorial debut of Ramesh MK Poudel, who is also the producer of this movie. Shabir Shrestha is the executive producer and the writer of the movie. Timro Mero Sath will be challenged by the Prabhas starrer Adhipurush in the box office.

Romantic-genre Timro Mero Sath was set to be released in 2020, but it had to be postponed due to the COVID pandemic.

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