Sunkesari fails to satisfy audience:- Gets mostly negative reviews from peoples and Review
Reviews of the movie Sunkesari on the Internet is pushing the potential moviegoers away. Released on May 25, Sunkesari tells the story of an Australian palace constructed around 1880 AD and how it is converted into a boutique hotel and the strange tale of the supernatural beings that live among the hotel’s corridors.
Sunkesari a risky move from Reecha & Arpan:-
The director Arpan Thapa said it was a risky move to make a Horror Movie. He said, he acknowledged the lack of market for a Nepali horror movie in Nepal and claimed he had made ‘Sunkesari’ taking all risks.
The Risk Didn’t Pay Off:-
It was a bold move from the crew, But Nepali horror movies don’t seem to work. Nepali movies clearly Lack the technical advantages and VFX that horror movies take advantages of nowadays and missing of such elements can leave Nepali horror movies to look like a comedy movie. The movie is receiving backlashes and negative reviews from people all over the country, The Movie have managed to get 4/10 rating in Nepali movie site “Rotten Golveda.”
Fan’s Word On The Movie:-
The movie looked like that it can change Nepali Movie but fans were left unsatisfied again. The peoples on the Twitter went full crazy about the movie, Not with the happiness but with the disappointments
I must say Sunkesari did no justice to horror movie genre. It was a total waste. People laughed at the horror scenes. Poorly written storyline. Only thing good was the Castle.
— Reecha (@ReechaRimal) May 25, 2018
Wanna waste 80 mins of your day
Go watch Sunkesari
Worst movie till date.
— Accréditation (@manyata21) May 26, 2018
Sunkesari comes very close to the worst movies I’ve ever watched. Wasted two precious morning hours.
— Abiral Acharya (@abiiral) May 27, 2018
Movies like #Sunkesari make audiences like us think twice before watching Nepali movies. So much hype for this movie followed by tremendous expectation from Reecha Sharma & Arpan Thapa, which shatters as the story unravels. Much enhancement needed in the horror – fiction genre. pic.twitter.com/ivw1B2cr1R
— Samir Kea Rai (@SamirKea) May 25, 2018
Like Suraj Singh Thakuri Said, “To make Nepali movie work either you must make the audiences laugh or make them cry, No other movies seem to work.” which sadly is a very true statement and it looks like to be that way for more time to come.