Fichyo wants to marry Mukhiya and their parents are also in unison about this. However, when the unity among the villagers starts to crumble down as ethnic conflict arises in the village, their marriage is also questioned. Now, Fichyo and Mukhiya have to settle down the conflict for the sake of their marriage and the village as a whole.

  • Bikash Ghale Gurung
  • Bikash Ghale Gurung
  • Santi Gurung ,Sub. Mantri Jung Gurung, Avinash Mangsum Buddhi Maya Gurung
  • Kashi Ghale (Indra),
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Feature, Virtual Reality
  • Runtime:
    1 hour 53 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    November 26, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    25,000 USD
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Director Biography - Bikash Ghale Gurung

Bikash Ghale Gurung was born on July 31, 1984 in Dang, Nepal. He is recognized as a committed theatre artist as well as an actor, director, and choreographer. He has participated in more than a dozen events in each field at National and International platforms. He is also recognized as an all-rounder being the certificate holder of 5th Dan Black Belt of Nepal Taekwondo Association with National Referee Title and certificate holder of BE Muse from Indian Classical Dance as well. Bikash Ghale Gurung has completed a course of Film making from National Film School and graduated from Hollywood Film Institute. Fichyo is the first Feature film of Mr. Bikash Ghale Gurung.

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Director Statement

I grew up as a simple village boy, who loved movies and dreamed of playing a hero in a movie someday. As a kid, I performed acts for my friends and I believe that these small time acts helped me make my foundation even stronger. Gradually I started attracting other people’s attention and eventually got myself involved in the film industry. But around the same time, with the wake of internal conflict in Nepal, things were in uproar. A slogan in the interest of the tribal people was being raised and tribal people were slowly being aware of their rights. So, I also engaged myself in the social activities of my own ethnic group.

It is a wellknown fact that after the crisis, the demands of many tribes have been addressed by the government. However, there are some tribes that are still continuing their movement demanding rights. This has directly or indirectly affected other groups as well. The truth is that the ruthless behavior of some people in the name of the movement has also tormented the zealous youth of the society. Being one of the victims, I was moved to make this film.

Through the story and characters of this movie, I would like to make a point that a healthy and prosperous society is much more important than the identity of some particular group. All people are born the same. In fact, when humanity started out there was no caste or religion and people were doing just fine. Therefore, with this move I’m asking all our Nepalese brothers and sisters to let go of individualism and unite as one towards a brighter Nepal.