SVF, Eastern India’s largest entertainment company today announced their plans to tap the Nepal audience with Yeti Obhijaan becoming the first Bengali movie to be dubbed into Nepalese. Yeti, as the movie will be called in Nepalese, is scheduled to be released during Durga Puja/Dashain, to coincide with the biggest and most auspicious festival in West Bengal and Nepal.
On this occasion Mahendra Soni, Director & Co-founder, SVF said, “We are constantly looking to innovate and expand into new markets keeping consumer preferences in mind. The story of the film is set in Nepal and we have Nepali characters like Mingma, Norbu who take the story forward. We are confident that Yeti Obhijaan, the first Bengali film to be dubbed in Nepalese and released across 50 screens, will be loved by the audience of Nepal.”
The film, Yeti Obhijaan, is an adaptation of Pahar Churaye Aatonko from the Bengali adventure series – Kakababu. Featuring the stalwart Prosenjit Chatterjee as Kakababu the film will hit silver screens of India and Nepal on September 22. This Kakababu series film has been shot in India and Switzerland by the ace director Srijit Mukherji.