'Prem Geet 3' promotion is intense in Indian cities

Kathmandu - 'Prem Geet 3' has intensified the propaganda in the Nepali-speaking majority Indian states bordering Nepal.

The promotion campaign started from Kolkata will end in Nepal via Guwahati, Sillong, Patna, Delhi, Dehradun. A grand program was held in Kolkata, the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal, on Saturday evening.

Actors Pradeep Khadka, Christina Gurung, director Santosh Sen and Indian idol and singer-composer Pawandeep Rajan participated.

'The Nepali-speaking audience was proud of the film and said they were excited to see it,' director Sen told Online News from Kolkata, 'They were also emotional when they heard about the Nepali film.'

On October 7th, the film is ready to be screened all over the world including Nepal and India on the same day. Currently, the 'Prem Geet 3' team is running a campaign in Nepal and India simultaneously.

The atmosphere became interesting during the program at the ITC Mall in Kolkata on Saturday evening. Pradeep warmed up the atmosphere by dancing and singing with Christina, while Pawandeep sang songs and uplifted the audience. He mesmerized me by singing 'Kohi Na Kohi Nata Hai' featuring Zubin Nautiyal's voice and his own music.

Indian states with a majority of Nepali speakers, including the Northeast, are considered attractive markets for Nepali films. Earlier, 'Kabaddi 4' had earned well in that box. This time, 'Prem Geet 3' will be shown even in Sikkim, where Kabaddi is banned.

Madhu Entertainment, which has been distributed by India's renowned film distribution company UFO, will screen it in Nepal and other countries other than India. Zee Music has taken the satellite rights of the film.

There is also excitement among the audience about the Nepali version of the film. After promoting India, preparations are underway for 'Prem Geet 3', which will focus on Nepal before Dashain. On the other hand, actors like Sunil Thapa, Manish Raut and others have intensified the promotion of the film in Nepal.

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