10 Movies You Need To Watch During Coronavirus Holiday


With the Coronavirus spreading globally like wildfire, people are taking to social distancing to keep themselves safe.

With schools and colleges being shut and most organizations making their staff work from home, here’s a list of 5 Best Nepali movies that all you movie buffs can catch up with! (

We have compiled some movies and their’s YouTube link. Do let us know what you feel about this list and stay tuned to this space for many more such compilations.

Note : You will get YouTube links for Nepali movies.

Pashupati Prasad
This socio drama was directed by Dipendra K Khanal, starring Khagendra Lamichhane and Barsha Shiwakoti. It essays the struggle of a character, who is the victim of earthquake. The movie was critically acclaimed and won several movie awards too.

The movie has been directed by Amit Shrestha and starring Bipin Karki, Thinley Lhamo, Robin Tamang, Shiva Mukhiya and Praksah Gandharva. The movie chronicles the journey of a tibetian girl, who wants to go to Dharmashala in India through Nepal.

This is a first part of Kabaddi series. It had started character diversity in Nepali movie. Rambabu Gurung directorial movie has lead roles of Dayahang Rai, Nischal Basnet and Rishma gurung.

Actually, LOOT is a trendsetter movie for the Nepali movie in terms of story telling and dynamics of movie making. Nischal Basnet directed movie earned both commercial and critical success. Saugat malla, Dayahang Rai, Karma starrer movie seems promising.

Pahuna : The Little Visitor
The movie is about the story of three children bonding together and making a new home for themselves after being separated from their family while fleeing Nepal during an unrest. Priyanka Chopra is a producer of this film.

Life Is Beautiful
This 1997 released Italian film is a hard-hitting portrayal of the atrocities committed on the Jews in the Nazi camps. The film beautifully depicts the bond between a Jewish man surrounded by Nazi camps with his family and his young son. The humourous way of life that the father adapts to, to save his young son from the grim realities of the world will melt your heart.

Directed by Roberto Benigni and starring him alongside Giorgio Cantarini, Nicoletta Braschi, Giustino Durano and Horst Buchholz, this film is a must-watch.

The Salesman
Released in 2016, this Persian film revolves around the life of a young married couple who is forced to relocate into another flat after their home is destroyed in an earthquake. But a series of unexplained events is what will keep you hooked to this whodunnit film right to the end.

Directed by Asghar Farhadi, the film features Shahab Hosseini, Taraneh Alidoosti, Babak Karimi and Mina Sadati in crucial roles.

The recently released Spanish film, Roma released in 2018. Taking you through the beautiful journey of a rather unique family that develops a strong bond on a vacation. Set in the backdrops of the 1970s Spain, the film uses intimacy and monumentality to show life and relationships in its true form.

Directed by Alfonso Cuarón, Roma features Yalitza Aparicio, Marina de Tavira, Jorge Antonio Guerrero and child actor Marco Graf in pivotal roles.

The 2012 French drama is the story of true love and makes you realize that love does not fade with time but only grows stronger. Revolving around the life of Octogenarian couple George and Anne’s, the film hits you in the heart when Anne suffers from a stroke and George must do all in his power to help his wife recover.

Directed by Michael Haneke, Amour features Jean-Louis Trintignant and Emmanuelle Riva in pivotal roles.

This year’s Oscar-winning film, Parasite is a Korean film that is no less than a miracle. Revolving around a destitute family living in a wealthy household in an elaborate scheme then takes an unexpected ugly turn.

Directed by Bong Joon-ho, Parasite features Park So-dam, Choi Woo-Shik, Jeong Ji-so, Kang-Ho Song and Cho Yeo-Jeong among others in pivotal roles.


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