Aama, a Nepali drama film released in 2020, was helmed and written by Dipendra K. Khanal. Sharmila Pandey produced the film under the DS Digital banner.
Aama Tamil Movie Cast, Plot, Production, & Release
The lead roles were portrayed by Mithila Sharma and Surakshya Panta, accompanied by Sarita Giri, Deshbhakta Khanal, Manish Niraula, Laxmi Bhusal, Tika Pahari, Padam Prasad Poudel, Aashant Sharma, and Saroj Aryal. This heartfelt movie explores the intricate bond between a mother and daughter. Overall, Aama garnered positive reviews from critics.
Following a distressing incident that resulted in a severe head injury, Yagya Prasad Aryal (portrayed by Desh Bhakta Khanal) finds himself hospitalized in Kathmandu. With her husband requiring immediate medical attention, Yagya Prasad’s wife turns to the bustling city for help. In this unfamiliar environment, her only sources of support are her daughter Arati (played by Surakshya Panta) and her husband (portrayed by Manish Niraula).
Due to her brother’s absence in the United States, Arati is now tasked with the responsibility of caring for both her father and mother. The medical journey becomes an expensive one as Yagya Prasad undergoes a crucial surgical procedure.
|Real Name||Role Name|
|Sarita Giri as a mother||a newborn baby|
|Deshbhakta Khanal||Yagya Prasad Aryal / father|
|Manish Niraula||Arati’s husband|
|Arpan Thapa||Arati’s elder brother|
|Padam Prasad Poudel|
Surakshya Panta soared to stardom following her exceptional performance in the movie “Dhanapati.” Since then, she has graced the silver screen with her remarkable talent in highly acclaimed films such as “Gopi” and “Aama.”
Sarita Giri shares a similar circumstance in her role, where both Sharma and Giri seldom find reasons to smile throughout the story.
The lead roles in the film are portrayed by Laxmi Bhusal, Surakshya Panta, and Sarita Giri.
Thapa embarked on his acting journey with the Nepali film “Sick City,” where he portrayed the lead role of Krishna. Additionally, he showcased his directorial skills in the movie “Mukhauta.”
Padam Prasad Poudel
The characters portrayed by Aashant Sharma, Saroj Aryal, and Asmita Khanal are thoughtfully developed and well-crafted in the film.
Actress Surakshya Panta displayed her dedication to the role by agreeing to shave her head.
Sunny Mahat from The Annapurna Express highly recommended watching “Aama,” describing it as a film that challenges norms, shatters stereotypes and showcases the presence of talented filmmakers and artists in the industry. The movie is a relatable story without theatrical embellishments.
Diwakar Pyakurel from Online Khabar praised Surakshya Panta for her outstanding performance, noting her natural portrayal of an emotionally turbulent character. The project has undoubtedly elevated her career to a higher level.
Theatrical Release Poster
|Directed by||Dipendra K. Khanal|
|Written by||Dipendra K. Khanal|
|Produced by||Sharmila Pandey|
|Release date||21 February 2020|
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