KATHMANDU: Indian film company, Noida Film City, has expressed willingness to make live and standard Nepali film in collaboration with Nepali Film Producers' Association.
At a press conference organised by Noida on Tuesday, Director of Film City Noida and Asian Academy of Film and Television, Sandeep Marwa, said they are eager to make total investment if any Nepali film organisation comes up with the story about children.
Noida, which has had a noble history of 100 years in film making in India, has shown its intent to produce Nepali film to exchange their specialised experience in Nepali cine sector.
'There are nine film studios in Noida film city. The Nepali film sector could use the services and facilities there in a cheap and convenient manner', Marwa said.
The company is organising Nepali film festival in New Delhi in the near future.
Marwa said it would further strengthen the friendly ties between Nepal and India if any Nepali feature film could be produced in a joint venture.