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March 8, 2024
2hr 56min
Status: released

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Rangeli Movie Details:

Original titleरङ्गेली
Country Nepal
Language Nepali
GenreAction, Thriller
Release dateMarch 8, 2024 (Falgun 25, 2080)
Running time2hr 56min
Age ratingPG
CastDayahang Rai
Miruna Magar
Arpan Thapa
Directed by Arjun Subedi
Written byArjun Subedi
Produced bySansar Chaulagain
Ramesh Bhattarai (Basistha)
Executive ProducerJeetendra Khatiwoda
Anuj Jung Thapa
Cinematography by Sushan Prajapati
Edited by Nimesh Shrestha
Music bySongs: Sushant Gautam, Hercules Basnet
Score: Rikesh Gurung Keys
Production CompanyPlanet 3 Films
Paradise Picture
Distributor Kafiya Films
Tea Folks Films
Kuber Cine Distribution

Rangeli Movie Cast & Characters:

  • Dayahang Rai as Vijay
  • Miruna Magar as Junkiri
  • Arpan Thapa as Bhagwan Dada
  • Prabin Khatiwada as Maan B. Dhakal
  • Rupesh Jha
  • Sundar Dhital
  • Santosh Sarkar


Rangeli is a ganagster story with a twist, offering a fresh perspective in Nepali cinema. With its unique elements and star-studded cast, the film is set to make waves not only in Nepal but also on the global stage.

Rangeli Movie Box Office Collection & Budget:

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Domestic CollectionTBA
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Worldwide CollectionTBA

About Rangeli Movie:

Rangeli (रङ्गेली) is a Nepali crime action film written and directed by Arjun Subedi. The film stars Dayahang Rai, Miruna Magar, and Arpan Thapa in the lead roles.

The film marks the fourth collaboration between Dayahang Rai and Miruna Magar after Kabaddi 4: The Final Match (2022), Jaari (2023), and Nango Gau (2023).

The teaser for the film was released on various social media platforms on January 15, 2024.

Rangeli was released theatrically on March 8, 2024 (Falgun 25, 2080) coinciding with Maha Shivaratri.

Rangeli is a VIP red carpet premiere in the United States, and simultaneously hits screens in various countries worldwide, including Nepal, Australia, Japan, Korea, and Hong Kong, catering to the Nepali diaspora.