The filmmaking industry in Nepal is known as Nepali Cinema, often known as Kollywood or "Nepali Chalchitra" in Nepali. Films in Nepalese languages, including Nepali, Maithili, and Bhojpuri, are included. Kollywood has had a huge fan base even in the young generation in recent days with people having a huge interest in the Nepali cinema. Here we have listed the top 10 Highest-grossing Kollywood movies of all time.
*The ranking is done based on data collected from Nepal Flim Association.
Ma Yesto Geet Gauchu 2 is a musical romantic-drama movie that is co-directed by Sudarshan Thapa and Satyaraj Chaulagain. The film tells the story of a girl who loses her memories in an accident and falls in love with a robber. It's MYGG2's storyline, where stunning romance, high-voltage love, and nail-biting intensity collide. The film was released on 14 July 2017 and grossed approximately 7.20 crores both domestically and internationally.
Prem Geet 2 is another sequel on this list of Nepali films with the highest box office receipts. It's a follow-up to Prem Geet, which came out in 2016. This romantic comedy-drama movie has had a huge liking by the Nepali public due to the outstanding performance by the actors, performance crew, music crew, cinematography leading to its success. The movie's writer and director Mr. Ram Sharan Pathak takes Prem Geet 2 as one of his successful works. The movie was released on July 28, 2017, and had grossed an amount of around 8 Crores.
A Mero Hajur 2 is the follow-up to the Nepali blockbuster A Mero Hajur. Shiva Regmi wrote and directed the original A Mero Hajur while Shree Krishna Shrestha and Jharana Thapa starred as the lead roles in the movie. The movie was written by Harihar Adhikari and directed by Jharana Thapa. The second part of the film, with new characters and a fresh storyline, was released on September 1, 2017, 15 years after the first part. The movie grossed about 8.3 crores in the domestic and international movie market.
Kabaddi Kabaddi also known as kabaddi 2 is the sequel of the 2013 Nepali movie Kabaddi. The romantic drama was a huge success at its time, the Nepali audience had a huge liking to the movie as expected from the response from the pre-sequel kabaddi. The movie consisted of big named Nepali movie stars such as Dayahang rai, Buddhi Tamang, Saugat Malla, Priyanka Karki, and Rishma Gurung. The movie was released on November 27, 2015, under the direction of Ram Babu Gurung and had a huge amount collected at a total of around 10 Crore rupees at the global box office.
Kohinoor was the final feature film of Shree Krishna Shrestha, one of Nepal's most popular, respected, and highest-grossing actors, making it a movie that connected strongly with Nepali fans. The romantic drama movie was directed by Aakash Adhikari and was produced by Late Shree Krishna Shrestha himself. The movie also featured Shree Krishna Shrestha and his wife Sweta Khadka as the lead roles. The movie was released on August 8, 2014, and had collected a total of around 22.2 Crore rupees in the domestic and international movie market. It was also the highest-grossing movie at the time of its release.
Loot 2 is the sequel to the historical and blockbuster Nepali film Loot, which was released in 2012. Loot 2 is a crime drama action film. Following the success and awe at the Nepali box office, Loot 2 created a great stir at the international box office, grossing roughly 1.5 million dollars on its first day. Loot 2 is directed by Nischal Basnet, a multi-talented Nepali film director who previously directed the first Loot movie. Saugat Malla, Dayahang Rai, Karma Shakya, Bipin Karki, Reecha Sharma, Srijana Subba, and Alisha Rai are among the film's talented performers and actresses. The movie was released on 24 February 2017 and collected around 23.5 crores at the global box office.
Shatru Gate, a romantic comedy-drama movie co-produced by Deepa Shree Niraula and Deepak Raj Giri, as well as Shivhari Paudel and Narendra Kansakar, and directed by Pradip Bhattarai. With Deepak Raj Giri, Deepa Shree Niraula, Paul Shah, and Aanchal Sharma, the film features a large cast of big names from Nepal's film industry, including the legendary duo of Madan Krishna Shrestha and Haribansha Acharya. The movie was released on 23 March 2018 and had collected a huge amount of around 24 Crore rupees.
Chakka Panja, the first sequel of this franchise, with its debut, shattered all previous box-office records in the Nepali cinema industry. Chhakka Panja sparked a massive frenzy among Nepalese fans that had never been seen before in a Nepali film. Later, the popularity for this franchise continued for its two sequels as well with Deepa Shree Niraula being the director and co-producer of this film. The movie was released on September 9, 2016, and was able to collect a total of around 25 Crore rupees in the domestic and international market.
The second sequel of the Chakka Panja franchise also had a huge success as its pre-sequel, the first movie of the franchise, ‘Chakka Panja’. Chakka Panja 2 being a movie in the genre of dark comedy and drama has had high popularity in the Nepali movie industry. The movie as the previous one of its franchises was also directed by Deepa Shree Niraula. The series in itself has dominated the Nepali movie industry being one hit movie after another. The movie, released on August 27, 2017, has been able to amount to around 28 Crore rupees in both the national and international movie market, making it the second-highest-grossing Nepali movie.
The third sequel of the Chakka Panja series has had a huge success in the international and domestic collections. The movie was released on October 1, 2018, and the previous one of the franchises was also directed by Deepa Shree Niraula. Despite the fact that the theme of all three films in the franchise is the same, the franchise's popularity and popularity haven't been wanted. This Nepali comedy-drama movie has been highly appreciated by the Nepali public leading it to become the highest-grossing Nepali movie of all time amounting to a total of around 30.50 Crore rupees.
Last updated on 2024-03-03