When lots of Nepali movies has been blamed and proved to be copied mostly from Indian and Korean movies, just released, “I am Sorry” stands different.

This is not a complete copy of any foreign movie. But it’s hard to say if it is a coincidence that it is so much similar to another Nepali movie, “Kasle Choryo Mero Yo Mann”. For your knowledge both of these movies are written by Pradeep Bhardwaaj. So, if they are so similar, how are they different?

Well, The movie starts like an indian movie, “Jab We Met” with couple more scenes. And YES, Aaryan is a driver of that old taxi (as most people had guessed).

A decent movie if you have been watching Rekha Thapa’s movies lately.

Jai Nepal !