Actress Roshnai KC who has only a few films in her credit, is now a producer. Her first production Dr. Khate is now waiting to get through the censor.
"Once it gets green signal from the Censor Board, we will take it to Australia in July," KC said.
Rabi Aryal is both the director and script writer of the movie.
As the name suggests, Dr. Khate is all about the street children.
Aryal said that it took him 21 months to prepare the script. Earlier, Aryal has made Swikar which is yet to be released in Katmandu although he took it to different international film festivals.
However, Aryal completed the shooting of the 110-minute movie in 25 days!
He said that the movie was shot in Kaski and Kathmandu.
According to producer KC, who has also done a minor role of a mother of a street child in the movie, Dr. Khate has tried to reflect the plights of the street children.
The film is done by five former street children.
KC has managed to provide a three-month training to the children living in a rehab before starting its shooting.
Smarat Spakota, Bijaya Deuja and KC herself are among the professional actors in the movie.
KC said that she spent Rs. 2.5 million to complete the movie. She said she was happy as she could bring the plights of the street children to fore from her first production.
"Although it is a fictitious story of the street children, it is very close to reality," KC said.
KC and Aryal are also planning to show the movie in London and Belgium after Australia.
"US is our next destination," Aryal said.
Aryal said that he made Dr. Khate a bit longer as the halls in Kathmandu denied showing his Swikar only because it was shorter than the average movie.