Kohinoor Movie (2014) Cast & Crew, Release Date, Story, Review, Poster, Trailer, Budget, Collection


August 8, 2014
2hr 18min
Status: released

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Kohinoor Movie Details:

Country Nepal
Language Nepali
Release Date8 August 2014
Running Time2hr 18min
StarringShree Krishna Shrestha
Shweta Khadka
Mithila Sharma
Samrat Sapkota
Directed by Akash Adhikari
Written byAkash Adhikari
Produced byShree Krishna Shrestha
Cinematography by Raju Bikram Thapa
Edited by Banish Shah
Music byScore: Mukesh Shah
Song: Shambhujeet Baskota
Sadhana Sargam
ChoreographerBasanta Shrestha
Production CompanyNepa Movies Pvt. Ltd.
Distributed byN/A
Box Office Collectionरु 10.2 crore

Kohinoor Movie Cast & Characters:

  • Shree Krishna Shrestha as Abhishek Kharel (Babu)
  • Shweta Khadka as Kohinoor
  • Mithila Sharma
  • Samrat Sapkota
  • Mukunda Shrestha
  • Sunil Katwal
  • Ramesh Adhikari


The film details the incidents of girl trafficking from Nepal to Indian city of Mumbai and hardships faced by them when they’re forced into a brothel. It depicts the effort of a Nepali man who falls in love with Kohinoor, a girl in brothel, to save her from the shackles of wretchedness.

About Kohinoor Movie:

Kohinoor (Nepali: कोहिनूर) is a Nepali action-drama film written and directed by Aakash Adhikari. It was produced by Shankar Shrestha, Chandra Prasad Shrestha, Shambhu Shrestha and Shweta Khadka under the banner of Nepa Movies Pvt. Ltd. The film features an ensemble cast including Late Shree Krishna Shrestha, Shweta Khadka, Mithila Sharma and Samrat Sapkota.

The film was theatrically released on 8 August 2014. It becomes the highest-grossing movie at that time and is still one of the highest-grossing Nepali movies of all time.

Primarily based on girl trafficking incidents in Nepal, the film was released with an overwhelming response from the audiences as it witnessed an unprecedented success at the Nepal box office. Kohinoor set the box office on fire as it became the first ever film in the history of Nepali cinema to amass NRs 10 Crore at the box office. It was the last film for veteran actor Shree Krishna Shrestha, as he passed away two-days later on August 10 while undergoing treatment for pneumonia.