By Alisha Shrestha on Dec 16,2017 - 21:15
The most awaited movie of chiseled profiled actor Anmol KC’s Kri has released its trailer and it is a treat of action, romance and thriller stills. Anmol KC was slammed with usual romantic portrayal. Now, he has validated his multi dimensional character roles via action-thriller blended movie Kri
Anmol KC has went throgh gym ridges and turned his romantic looks into something that is also fitted for action genre movies. KC was in hideout for his changed looks and had unveiled it in birthday of his co star- Aditi Budathoki. Flaunted muscles of Anmol KC can be seen in the trailer
The movie has star cast like Anoop Bikram Shahi and Aditi Budhathoki alongside Anmol KC. The music is composed by Almoda Upreti Rana and Bisesh Pandey. Directed by Surendra Poudel, Kri is set to kick off theatres in 2018. Yes! It will soon hit your nearby theatres in 9th February.
Anmol KC was signed an amount of 20 lakhs, making him second highest paid actor of Nepal after Pradip Khadka. For the movie Dipendra Sarkar, Pradip Khadka is said to be honored with 25 lakhs, crowning him highest paid actor of 2017.
Kri was hyped for its star cast like Anmol KC, debut of Aditi Budhathoki, still drops of Anmol KC’s changed avatar and antagonist portrayal of Anup Bikram Shahi . Most of the fans anticipated comeback of Anmol KC after the massive hit of Gajalu. They are electrified to groove their eyes on his new on screen chemistry with Aditi Budhathoki.She was selected in an audition held to choose the most probable actress for the movie. Aditi was selected from the pool of 30 applicants Previously, he rocked the spark of romance with Shristi Shrestha, Samragyee Rajya Laxmi Shah, Prakriti Shrestha and Anna Sharma in the movie Gajalu, Dreams, Hostel and Jerry respectively.Tags - Anmol KC , Kri , trailer , Aditi Budhathoki
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