You know Rekha Thapa’s ‘Kali‘ has started collecting profit. Currently running in 80 theaters all over Nepal, the movie has collected a total of Rs. 13,700,000 so far. That is almost five million in Kathmandu valley and about 9 million in theaters out of Kathmandu.
Excited by the success of the movie, Rekha has told that she will spend the profits from the movie in the education of the violence affected children.
Rekha has also asked the NRN representatives currently in Kathamndu watch the movie for entertainment and indirectly and help the children. NRN representatives from all over the world are currently in Kathmandu to participate in the 6th NRN convention that started today (on October 21).
‘Kali’ cost and profit
The total cost of the movie production was Rs. 4.7 million. It is estimated that the producers will get a return of Rs. 6 million (from the current collection of 13.7 million) after deduction of theaters costs and distribution costs. That is, the movie has made a profit of Rs. 1.3 million so far. The movie viewer crowd are still flocking in the theaters. So, there are more revenues to be collected in coming days.