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Date: Saturday, Jul 13, 2002

Dear DC Metro Community Members,

Sagarmatha TV, Nepalese Student Association, GMU, International Nepali Literary Society, D.C. and Nepalhorizons.com Jointly present the Nepali Feature Film " TA TA SARAI BIGRIS NI BADRI" in Washington DC. "TA TA SARAI BIGRIS NI BADRI" is a film full of wit and humor. It depicts the changing lifestyle of the youths living in the periphery of Kathmandu.

Director: Daya Ram Dahal
Producer: Hari Bansha Acharya, Kiran K. C. and Manoj Rathi
Music: Sambhujit Baskota
Artists: Hari Bansha Acharya, Susmita K.C., Bhuwan K. C. and Bipana Thapa

"TA TA SARAI BIGRIS NI BADRI" was a "Super Hit" movie in Nepal in 2001. It was screened for more than 100 days in one of the theaters in Kathmandu.

This film also had multiple successful shows in New York, Boston, Huston, Denver and other cities in US besides Nepal. Part of the proceeds from the ticket sales will be donated to Sagarmatha TV and School of Languages and Cultures of Nepal, D.C. Your contribution from the ticket will help run the community TV and School for longer period as well as keep the nepali flag up on air every sunday at 9:30 am. You will be helping to keep Nepali identity alive in DC, North America and around the world.

Date: July, 13 2002 Sunday,
Time: 1:00 pm
Venue: Loehmann's Twin Cinema, Route 50 (Arlington Blvd Falls Church VA).
Tickets: $8 Adult, $5 Children 10-15 years, Children Under 10 are admitted free.

Directions: From 495, take exit Arlington Blvd ;( towards East Route 50) after 1/4 mile you will find Loehmann's Plaza on your right Loehmann Twin Cinema is located at the corner of the plaza.

For more information please Contact:
Ram Kharel
Kalpana Satyal
Puru Subedi
Subu Pratap Kc
Tika Pun
Anup Pahari

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Venue: Loehmann's Twin Cinema, Route 50 (Arlington Blvd Falls Church VA)
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