Sex psychology based Short movie of Jyoti Magar.

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VHANDO Nepali short Film
Vhando is a fiction short that deals with the psychological representation of the poor Bhime, who in his course of work feels his identity to be nothing except the non-living pot.


Director: Dipa Basnet
Story By: Govinda Malla Gothaley
Artists
Jyoti Magar
Braj Khadka
Santi Giri
Laxman Neupane
Yugjyoti Kriyashil
Sushila Joshi

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Kabaddi kabaddi – Sequel of Kabaddi Coming Soon in 2015

Black Horse Pictures presents a Cinema Art production – Nepali Feature Film “Kabaddi Kabaddi” 
Releasing Soon 2015
Genre: Social Drama / Romantic Comedy

Featuring : Dayahang Rai, Saugat Malla, Rishma Gurung, Bijay Baral, Buddhi Tamang, Maotse Gurung, Upendra Subba, Shisheer Bangdel, Pushkar Gurung, Kabita Ale, Birmaya Gurung, Aruna Karki Pokhrel, Pashupati Rai, Junu Bista, Mani Ram Pokhrel, Kamal Mani Nepal, etc.

Official Trailer

Written by : Ram Babu Gurung and Upendra Subba
Cinematography : Shailendra D. Karki
Editor : Nimesh Shrestha
Music : Kali Prasad Baskota
Background Score : Rohit Shakya
Sound Engineer : Uttam Neupane
Colorist : Nishu Pradhan
Action Choreographer : Kumar Maharjan
Production Design : Arjun Karki
Art Director : Suresh Karki and Hom BC
Costume Designer : Neelima Sharma and Aayan Khadka
Make Up : Amrit Marhattha
Publicity Design : Swapnil Acharya
Marketing Manager : Mani Ram Pokharel
Production Controllers : Balmiki Pokharel and Abshishek Subedi
Executive Producer : Nischal Basnet
Co-Producers : Om Chand Rauniyar and Arjun Karki
Producers : Raunak Bikram Kandel and Sunil Chand Rauniyar
Director : Ram Babu Gurung

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Funny Speech by Nepali Actress Sumina Ghimire

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Funny Speech by Nepali Actress sumina Ghimire.

I am feeling awesome, Totally speechless
when i was in school my teachers always taught me one thing
success has a simple formula do your best
people may like it so i am here now
i would like to thanks all the jury members
who liked my work TTV and of course NEFTA
Sorry for all nominees, this category better luck next time
but i hope we will complete for the best actress category next year
Also i would like to thank rest of the casts and crew of THE my movie ‘dulahi’,
my director baburam sir who believed on me, superstar rajesh hamal sir,
my co-star —- and others.
It wouldn’t be possible without my family, who continuously support and encourage me, mum, dad, SISTER and BROTHER
Mum, your daughter made it! have a wonderful evening

Priyanka Karki – Actress became Singer

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We have listed few songs , dance videos of talented Actress, Dancer, Model and Singer Priyanka Karki. Priyanka karki is one of the most hot, sexy glamour model of Nepal. Present days she is busy in movies beside movies Nowadays she shows her interest in singing also.

Priyanka Karki Ft. Yama Buddha – Aawaran

Priyanka Karki – Timi Le Ta Hoina (Cover)

Item Dance by Priyanka Karki

Hot item dance by priyanka karki – Ma hoon Kali

Resham Filili Vs Bhairav

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Comparison of gross collection of two Nepali movies Resham filili and Bhairav.

Resham Filili

Movie Type : Comedy
Lead Role: Binay Shrestah and Menuka Pradhan
Released Date: 11th of Baisakha stopped at 12th of Baisakha due to earthquake.
1 day Collection: 71 Lakh
Released Date: 11th of Bhadra
40 Lakhs (2 days collection)
Gross collection: 71 + 40 : 1 crore and 11 lakhs Nepalese Rupess.
Total Collection: 265 lakhs
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Bairav

Movie Type: Action
Lead Role: Nikhel Upreti and Anu Shah
Released Date: 11th of Bhadra
Controversy: Copied movie of South Indian movie.
Gross collection: One crore (10 Million) Nepalese Rupees (2 days collection)
Total Collection: 225lakhs

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As both the party announces house full during movie let see who will win the race.

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Rekha thapa, Namrata Shrestha, Priyanka Karki

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Guys check out this video do you think our Nepali actress Rekha thapa, Priyanka Karki and Namrata Shrestha was surrounded by huge uncontrollable crowd. Do you guys think they feel irritated and uneasy at this moment.
According to onlinekhabar Our actresses Namrata Shrestha, Rekha Thapa and Priyanka Karki needs Bodyguard like celebrity of Hollywood and Bollywood. Do you guys think they need Bodyguard at these small group. Please check the video.

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के रेखा, प्रियंका र नम्रतालाई चाहिएकै हो त ‘बडिगार्ड’?(हेर्नुहोस् भिडियो समाचार)

अनलाइनखबरको ‘मनोरञ्जन भिडियो समाचार’मा आज हामी नेपाली नायिकाहरुलाई अब सुरक्षाका लागि बडिगार्डको आवश्यकता परेको कुरालाई प्रस्तुत गरेका छौ । भिडभाडमा पुग्दा तानातानबाट बच्नका लागि पनि राम्रै आम्दानी गर्ने कलाकारले बडिगार्ड राख्ने पो हो कि ?

साथमा चलचित्र ‘तीन घुम्ती’ हेर्न पुगेका प्रधानमन्त्री सुशिल कोइरालाले नायिका गरिमा पन्तको खुलेरै तारिफ गरेको कुरा पनि छ । एक चर्चित मोडल तथा लेखकले पातले आफ्ना गोप्य अंग छोपेर फोटोसुट गरेको रोचक कुरा । साथमा अन्य विविध प्रसंग, हेर्नुहोस् आजको भिडियो समाचार ।

Nepali Movie Luv Sab

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Copy and Inspiration is totally different thing. We have found that banner picture of Nepali Movie “Luv sub” is found to be copied of Siempre Dama de honor Nunca Novia, may be movie and its script also copied.

Short Info About Nepali Movie Luv Sub

Traingular Love Story nepali movie “Luv Sab” has finalized its release date on Bhadra 25, 2072 B.S. Karishma Shrestha, Samyam Puri and Salon Basnet will hold main characters of the triangular love story movie. Most of the movie scenes are from Patan, Lalitpur Nepal as per the news sources. Samyam Puri will be taking the role of a guy who can’t speak and Salon Basnet will be acting as a playboy.

Tentative Released Date: September 11, 2015 [Bhadra 25, 2072 BS]
Cast: Samyam Puri, Salon Basnet, Karishma Shrestha, Shishir Bhandari
Genre: Love Story
Story:
Cinematography: Krishna Shrestha
Screenplay: Samten Bhutel
Dialogue: Sushil Pokhrel
Music Tsujil Karmacharya
Action : Himal KC
Produced By: Sushil Pokhrel, Narendra Maharjan
Directed By: Dev Kumar Shrestha

Veteran actor Sunil Thapa to be honored with Life time Achievement Award

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Good news to all the Nepali and Nepali film lovers. One of Great,The veteran Actor Sunil Thapa will be awarded with the prestigious Life Time Achievement Award today at the FOG awards at San Francisco, USA.

The Legend will be awarded along with famous Hollywood superstars Jackie Chan, Kieu Chinh, Matin Sheen and Bollywood superstar Bappi Lahri.

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Indian actress priyanka chorpa with famous Nepali Star Sunil Thapa

Bhairav Nepali Movie

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Total Collection: 225lakhs

Nepali action movie “bhairav” directed by lead actor Nikhil Upreti is releasing this coming august 28, 2015.The movie is about smuggling in the border of Nepal-India and the police administration. Nikhil is also writer of this movie.Lead actor Nikil mentioned that “Though I will do the lead role of movie, dominant part of the movie will be Whole police team”. According to Nikhil, actress Rekha will appear in an item dance of the movie.
Short info and the trailer of movies shows the action movie “Bhairav” is highly inspired by most south movie especially form “Singam”

Trailer of Nepali Movie Bhairav

Release Date: August 28, 2015
Cast: Nikhil Upreti, Anu Shah
Director: Nikhil Upreti
Producer: Ratan daruwala, johan daruwala
Choreography: Ramji Lamichhane
Action: Himal K.C.
Music By: Suresh Adhikari
Cinematographer: Nawaraj Krishna Thapa
Post Production: Banish Shah

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Hostel Returns Nepali Movie

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Total Collection: 350 lakhs

Directed by Suraj Bhusal
Produced by Sunil Rawal
Written by Sunil Rawal
Screenplay by Suraj Bhusal
Santosh Lamsal
Music by Swopnil Sharma
Cinematography Hari Humagain
Production
company
Durgish Films
Release dates
Bhadra 11 (August 21, 2015)
Country Nepal
Language Nepali

Hostel Returns is a 2015 Nepalese teen romance film directed by Suraj Bhusal and produced by Sunil Rawal under Durgish Films banner. This film is a sequel to 2013 film Hostel and is based on the hostel life of civil engineering students. Despite being the sequel of Hostel, no previous stars are cast on this film . In fact, the film stars new faces of Sushil Shrestha, Sashi Shrestha, Swastima Khadka,Sushil Sitaula and Abhaya Baral.

The film was originally set to release on 8 May 2015 but due to devastating Nepal Earthquake that struck on 25 April 2015, the crew postponed the date of release. It is now all set to release on Bhadra 11 (August 21, 2015)

Cast

  • Sushil Shrestha
  • Sashi Shrestha
  • Swastima Khadka
  • Abhaya Baral
  • Sushil Sitaula

Music

Track listing

No. Title Artist(s) Length
1. “Drink drank drunk” Swopnil Sharma
Sanjay
Nawaj Ansari
2:46
2. “Babu Ta Bannu” Swopnil Sharma 3:11
3. “Mussuka Hasne” Swopnil Sharma 3:42
4. “Adhi Adhi Tukra” Swopnil Sharma
5. “Feri Aucha” Swopnil Sharma
6. “Turu Turu (remake)” Swopnil Sharma 4:21

Is this is real or fake. Tony Jaa flying Pose

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Born Worawit Yeerum
February 5, 1976 (age 39)
Phanom Dong Rak, Surin, Thailand
Occupation Actor, Director, Action Choreographer, Writer, Producer, martial arts choreographer, martial artists, physical educator, stunt man

 

Japanom Yeerum (Thai: จาพนม ยีรัมย์), formerly Tatchakorn Yeerum (Thai: ทัชชกร ยีรัมย์; rtgsThatchakon Yiram) or Phanom Yeerum (Thai: พนม ยีรัมย์; rtgsPhanom Yiram;  [pʰanom jiːram]; born February 5, 1976), better known internationally as Tony Jaa, in Thailand as Jaa Phanom (Thai: จา พนม; rtgsCha Phanom), is a Thai martial artist, physical educator, actor, action choreographer, film producer, stuntman, director, and has spent time as a Buddhist monk.[5] His films include Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior, Tom-Yum-Goong (also called Warrior King or The Protector), Ong-Bak 2: The Beginning, Ong Bak 3 and Tom Yum Goong 2 (or The Protector 2).

Combat sports striking analyst Jack Slack stated that the 2003 film Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior; “is perhaps the finest martial arts movie of this generation” for Jaa’s spectacular yet realistic fighting techniques, and that Tony’s multiple attackers scene in the 2005 film Tom-Yum-Goong; “[is] the best fight in movie history”. Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) champion Anderson Silva knocked out Tony Fryklund with a back elbow that he had learned from watching Jaa in Ong Bak

Filmography

Actor

Year Title Role Note
1994 Spirited Killer Supporting role
1996 Hard Gun Supporting role
1996 Mission Hunter 2 Supporting role
1997 Mortal Kombat: Annihilation Stunt double for Robin Shou Uncredited
2001 Nuk leng klong yao Supporting role
2003 Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior Ting Main role, action choreographer
2004 The Bodyguard Himself Cameo
2005 Tom-Yum-Goong Kham Main role, action choreographer
2007 The Bodyguard 2 Himself Cameo
2008 Ong Bak 2 Tian Main role, action choreographer, director and stunt coordinator
2010 Ong Bak 3 Tian Main role, action choreographer, director and stunt coordinator
2013 Tom Yum Goong 2 Kham Main role and action choreographer
2015 Skin Trade Tony Vitayakul Co-starring role
Furious 7 Kiet Hollywood debut film
SPL II: A Time For Consequences Chai Hong Kong debut film
2016 Never Back Down 3 Filming

Resham Filili

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Total Collection: 265 lakhs

Re-releasing : Bhadra 11 (August 28)
Resham Filili ( Nepali: रेशम फिलिली ) is nepali comedy movie directed by Pranab Joshi.The movie was on spotlight after the release of title song Jaalma in YouTube that became instant hit. It features Vinay Shrestha, Karma, Kameshwor Chaurasiya and Menuka Pradhan in the lead roles.Resham Filili is produced by Madhav Wagle and written and directed by Pranab Joshi.

Resham Filili is produced under the banner of Actor Vinay Shrestha’s production company V Motion Pictures. This is the second venture of Vinay’s production company, VISA Girl being the first.

Cast

Binaya Shrestha as Resham
Menuka Pradhan as Sunita
Kameshwor Chaurasiya as Hariya
Karma as Bryan
Ashutosh Shrestha as Chyarkhaa
Shishir bangdel as Dorje Don

Soundtrack

The official music album of Resham filili was launched on January 15, 2015 in Gangtok, Sikkim.The release of the album was graced by Sikkim’s renowned Blogger (Proud To Be Sikkimese) Shri Shital Pradhan, CEO of ‘The White Horse production’ Shri Biren Lama and General Manager Miss Priyanka Lamam and Social Worker Shri Raghav Chettri.The album consist of 4 tracks and a lyrical video of superhit song Jaalma.

Resham filili was released on April 24, 2015 Friday the day before Nepal earthquake struck.The earthquake had huge impact on the earning and screening of the film. However,the film earned about 71 lakhs gross in just one day

Title Artist Music Lyrics Notes
“Resham filili” Kali Prasad Baskota Kali Prasad Baskota Kali Prasad Baskota Featured Panche Baja
“Jaalma” Kali Prasad Baskota
Somea Barajli
Kali Prasad Baskota Manas Raj
Kali Prasad Baskota.
Superhit song , dozens of covered version by public
“Lets get lucky tonight “ Sashi Rawal Kali Prasad Baskota Kali Prasad Baskota
“Jaanina ki mailey “ Shiva lamichanne
C-awaz
Kali Prasad Baskota
Sabin ” ektaare”
Kali Prasad Baskota

Cinema of Nepal

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Source: Wikipedia

Nepal does not have a very long movie history, but the industry has its own place in the cultural heritage of the country. It is often referred to as ‘Nepali Chalchitra’ (which translates to “Nepali movies” in English).

History

The making of Nepali films is said to have begun with D.B. Pariyar’s Satya Harishchandra, which was the first Nepali-language movie to be shot. It was produced from Kolkata, India and was released on September 14, 1951. Aama (meaning mother) was the first film produced in Nepal and was released on October 7, 1964. It was produced by the Information Department of His Majesty’s Government of Nepal (now Government of Nepal). It was directed by Hira Singh Khatri and the lead actors were Shiva Shankar Manandhar and Bhuwan Chand, who are regarded as the first actors in the Nepali film industry.

The first film to be produced under a private banner was Maitighar, which was released at the end of 1966 by Sumonanjali Films Pvt. Ltd. Although it was a Nepali movie, it had many Indians contributing toward its making. Mala Sinha played the lead role, along with Chidambar Prasad Lohani, whom she later married. It had special appearances of Sunil Dutt and comedian Rajendra Nath. Directed by B.S. Thapa and music scored by Jaidev, a veteran maestro, it had Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle, Usha Mangeshkar and Manna Dey, all of whom were established Indian singers, doing the playback singing with Prem Dhoj Pradhan, C.P. Lohani and Aruna Lama.

The Nepal government established the Royal Nepal Film Corporation in 1971. Mann Ko Bandh was the first film produced by the corporation; Jay Rana was the director. Nati Kaji and Shiva Shankar were the music composers of the songs. Amber Gurung scored the background music. It premiered in 1973 in Kathmandu. Mann Ko Bandh was followed by Kumari (the first Eastman color Nepali film) in 1978, Sindoor in 1980, and Jeevan Rekha in a series. Their success opened up the avenue for private parties to enter into filmmaking as an industrial endeavor.

Paral Ko Aago, directed by Pratap Subba, was produced by Cineroma in 1978. The black-and-white movie proved to be a great success due to its story and melodious music. The actors were Tanka Sharma, Basundhara Bhusal, Susmita Dhakal, I.K. Singh, Menuka Pradhan, etc. The music director Shanti Thatal became the first female music director in Nepali movies. The lyrics were prepared by Manbahadur Mukhiya and Indra Thapaliya and the songs were sung by Aruna Lama, Dawa Gyalmo, Pema Lama, Shankar Gurung and Deepa Gahatraj (Jha). Pratap Subba was also the scriptwriter. It was based on a popular short story of the same name by Guru Prasad Mainali.

Golden era

After the 1980s, some relatively more creative films were made and they became successful, too. Thus, filmmaking started to appear as a more viable profession and the number of productions increased a bit. After the introduction of private companies in the Nepali film industry, the time came when more films were being made and they were much more accepted by Nepali audiences. Samjhana, Kusume Rumal, Lahure, Kanchhi, Basudev, Saino and Koseli, which were released between 1984 and 1993, were very popular. The leading actors were Bhuwan K.C. and Tripti Nadakar, whose on-screen chemistry saw them being dubbed the “golden couple” of the industry. In the later years of the decade, the industry saw the rise of Rajesh Hamal and Karishma Manandhar.

In 1990, Nepal witnessed important political change. The people’s movement brought the monarchy to its knees and democracy was restored. The society started to become open and vibrant. This had an important consequence for the fledgling film industry: It began to grow rapidly or even to “bloat”. There was an unprecedented growth in the number of productions. Within three years, some 140 films were made. Distribution started to develop. Share in the existing market increased and the market itself expanded. Cinema halls increased to more than 300. Nepali filmmakers became optimistic of displacing Hindi films, which had dominated the Nepali market.

Conflict era

The start of the Maoist revolution in Nepal in the mid-1990s was the beginning of the downfall of the domestic film industry. In the period of war and conflict, a very small number of films were made, and audience numbers fell sharply. It resulted in lower budgets and even lower performances, which resulted in even smaller audiences. In the later years of the conflict, the production and release of Nepali films had almost come to a standstill. Many actors and filmmakers left the country in search for work abroad. Actors like Saroj Khanal, Shiva Shrestha, Karishma Manandhar, Tripti Nadakar, Kristi Mainali and Gauri Malla had little work.

During the 1990s, some filmmakers, mostly with non-fiction base, started championing a new kind of cinema. They denounced the crude imitation of Bollywood aesthetics and demanded indigenous aesthetics and a more realistic approach. They made some films which have received some critical acclaim at home and some international recognition. Historic movies like Balidaan and Seema Rekha made during this period were appreciated by critics and audience.

In 2001, the highest-grossing Nepali film Darpan Chaya was made. It was directed by Tulsi Ghimire and starred Dilip Rayamajhi, Niruta Singh and Uttam Pradhan. It earned NRs 70 million at the box office.

Present situation

By 2006, as the situation in Nepal calmed down and with Maoists coming into mainstream politics, the Nepali film industry started to return to its previous state. Today, more films are being made and released. The production companies and those in the industry are enthusiastic about the country’s new situation. The return of peace has opened more venues for the shooting of films, and the industry is seen to be making good use of this time to revive its image.

New generation moviemakers geared up to make sensible cinema with entertainment rather than Bollywood inspired socio-actions. Kagbeni, Sano Sansar, Mero Euta Saathi Cha, First Love, Kohi Mero, etc. are some of the fine examples of quality cinema in terms of presentation, performance, story and technical superiority. However, they lacked in connecting with the audience.

In January 2012, a film named Loot was released and emerged as a blockbuster. It broke most of the commercial records that were held by the movies before it and turned into a phenomenon among the youth of the country. It was the first movie in decades to be screened more than 100 days in the cinema halls. Much recently Chapali Height broke opening weekend gross by earning 8.4 million at the box office, breaking one of the records held by Loot, but Loot still holds the highest grosser by far.

Film Development Board

The Film Development Board (FDB) was established by the Government of Nepal for the development and promotion of the Nepali film industry. The Board is a liaison to facilitate the conceptualization, making, distribution and exhibition of Nepali films nationally. The Board attempts to bridge the gap between film entrepreneurship and government bureaucracy. The Board is a balance between the people at large, the government, and the process of filmmaking. It is intended to act as the safeguard of the interests of the people, the watchdog of the government, and the advocate of filmmakers.

Nepal as a location

Due to its vast cultural diversity, geography and its natural beauty, Nepal has been able to portray itself as one of the beautiful shooting location for filmmakers in the past couple of years. Many films from India and abroad have been shot in Nepal. The most internationally acclaimed film that was shot in Nepal was the Academy Award-nominated Caravan, a film by French director Éric Valli.

Disambiguation with Kollywood

Tamil Cinema is referred as Kollywood, and Nepali cinema primarily being based on Kathmandu is often called with the same name. Hence there exists an identity debate between two schools of thoughts primarily in Nepal. Tamil Cinema is comparatively very large than Nepali Cinema and it doesn’t affect it that much. But the feeling of threat has been started in Nepali Cinema and some minority group has already started to advocate that Kollywood isn’t Nepali Cinema Industry. [1]

Keki Adhikari

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Native name केकी अधिकारी
Born December 17, 1989 (age 24)
Jorpati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Nationality Nepali
Other names Keku
Education Bal Sirjanalaya School, Kathmandu (School)
White House College (+2)
BIM (Bachelors in Information Management) from Prime College
MBA (Masters)from Presidential college
Occupation Actress, model
Parents Badri Adhikari (Father)
Laxmi Adhikari (Mother)
Website
kekiadhikari.com
keki.info

 

Source: wikipedia

Keki Adhikari (Nepali: केकी अधिकारी) is a Nepalese actress and a professional model. She has appeared in numerous music videos, television commercials, print ads and more than half a dozen of Nepali movies. She started off her career featuring in numerous music videos before making it into the silver screen. She made her acting debut with Swor opposite Raj Ballav Koirala. She subsequently earned wide recognition for her performances in I Am Sorry, Masan, Mayako Barima, Mahasus, Biteka Pal  and recently released Mero Best Friend. She recently made her debut in theater with historical play Chaarumati, written by writer and a researcher Satyamohan Joshi.

Filmography

Actress

Films
Year Film Role Notes
2010 SWOR Opposite RajBallav Koirala
2011 Masan Based on a play by Gopal Prasad Rimal
2012 Mayako Barima
2012 I Am Sorry Opposite Aryan Sigdel
2013 Mahasus Opposite Aryan Sigdel
2013 Biteka Pal Director Suraj Subba Nalbo
2014 Mero Best Friend Special appearance
2015 Shree paach Ambere Post Production/opposite Saugat Malla
2015 Fanko with Priyanka Karki

Saugat kumar Malla

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Native name Saugat Kumar Malla
Residence Kumaripati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Nationality Nepalese
Other names Hakku Kale
Education St. Xaviers Academy
Occupation Actor and film producer
Notable work(s) Loot, Chaddkhe, Kagbeni, Sungava and many more.
Style Contemporary acting
Home town Nawalparasi

Saugat Malla is an Nepalese actor of popular for the role Nepali descent people and speak typical Nepali tone. He is one of the notable Nepali Actor in Nepali film industry who starred in hit 2008 Nepali Movie Kagbeni. Since then he was quite famous for his work and he was signed for new movie called( Loot) by Nischal Basnet. He became widely popular after his astonishing work in movie Loot and also considered one of the excellent modern era actors in Nepal. He has done numerous movies in Nepal industry and well known as ‘ Hakku Kale’ all over Nepal. His famous phrase ‘ Ball haina pasa dimag laga which translates as (Use your mind instead of force) in English was very famous and still used widely among teenagers and youngsters in Nepal. He is currently working on Upcoming Nepali movies and says ‘ He will do best of his ability.

Fight between Saugat Malla and Dayahang rai in Nepali movie Loot.

Arunima Lamsal

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Native name अरुणिमा लम्साल
Born Biratnagar
Nationality Nepali
Occupation Film actress
Height 165 cm (5 ft 5 in)
Spouse(s) Amit Aryal
Children Akshyata Lamsal
Parents Radha Lamsal (mother)
Awards Best supporting Actor (female)

 

Source: Wikipedia

Actress

Films
Year Title Role Awards and nominations
Abhimanyu
Aafno Manche Afnai Hunchha Best supporting Actor (female)[3]
Agni Jwala
Anadi Kheladi
Bazar
Bharosha
Buwa Aama
Carreng Gang 2
Daag
Dai Ko Sasurali
Deep Sikha
Dhadkan
Ghayal
K Yo Maya Ho
Kanoon
Maryada
Mr. Mangale
Nigrani
Izzatdaar
Mero Pyaro Maitighar
Mero Rajesh Dai
Ram Balaram
Santan (new)
Yestai Rahecha Jindagi

Karma Shakya

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Mahesh shakya aka Karma is one of the excellent actors who have been already mahesh shakya admired by public. With in short time, he has been able to set up himself as a good actor in the fraternity of Nepali cinema. We can feel from his act that he has immense idea about art. He is an actor from the theatrical base. He regularly performs at Gurukul as well. His first movie “Sano Sansar” was enough to make him recognized. After, his one Newari movie with Melina got released. Respectively, his next movie “first love” hit the floor with big box office collection and here again – a very awaited movie “Ek Din Ek Raat” is talk of the tinsel town lately. This time, we have “Karma” in our frankly speaking segment and his friends commenting in his personal and professional life.

Interview with Karma Shakya

Niruta Singh

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Born Niruta Singh
August 12, 1972 (age 42)
Darjeeling, India
Residence Kathmandu, Nepal
Occupation Actress, Singer
Years active 1993−Present

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Niruta Singh (Nepali: निरुता सिँह) is a singer and one of the leading actresses of Nepali cinema. Born in Darjeeling, she started her career with the 1993 Tulsi Ghimire classic Dakshina and eventually made her way to become the No. 1 actress of Nepali film industry.

Career

Niruta moved to Kathmandu after she started acting in films. Her father was a friend of director Tulsi Ghimire and it was Tulsi who brought her into the film industry with Dakshina (1993). She went on to become the only actress of the Ghimire camp, first since legendary actress Tripti Nadakar, and went on to play such hits as Rahar. Niruta had come to everyone’s attention from her first film but it was another Tulsi Ghimire film Darpan Chaya that made Niruta everyone’s apple of the eye. Playing a college girl with just six months remaining to live, her performance received huge appreciation and Darpan Chaya went on to become a huge blockbuster of Nepali film industry, grossing NRs 70 million in 2001, the highest collection ever for a Nepali film.[1] Along with being a very good actress, she is also a singer. She first officially recorded the title track for director Deepak Raymajhi’s NTV family drama series Vansha and later sang for a music album titled Deepshikha.[2] She took a break from acting for two years (2008–2010) for giving time to her ‘little hobby’ of interior designing in Mumbai.[3]

She still haven’t gotten married like most of the actresses in Nepalese film industry called Kollywood.

Filmography

Movies
Manmandir
Darpan Chayan
Bandhaki
Dui Kinara
Dukha
Kahan Bhetiyela
Aamako Kakh
Aatankabadi
Aafanta
Dui Pal
Maiti
Maili
Santaan Thari Thari Ka
Santaan
Khandan
Aamako Aashirwaad
Dakshina
Chamatkaar
Aafno Manchhe
Aafno Pan
Chitkaar
Hami Sathi Bhai
Farki Aau
Afno ghar Aafno Manchhe
Ko Aafno ko Birano
Hero
The Game
Farki Aau
Pinjada
Duniya
Lahana
Ladai
Upakaar
Upahaar
Ajambari Maya
Ajambari Nata
Kahan Bhetiyela
Siudo Ko Sindoor
Rahar
Dodhar
Darr
Jiwandaan
Nata Ragatko
Aago
Thuldai
Ram Laxman
Chandni
Kartavya
Lav-Kush
Timi Meri Hau
Yo kasto Prem

Nepali actress Rekha Thapa

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Rekha Thapa is a Nepali actress, model and film maker. She was a top ten finalist for Miss Nepal in 1999.[1] Two years later she made her movie debut in Chhabiraj Ojha’s Hero. She has worked in around 200 Nepali movies and has gained popularity in the Nepali cine world because of her glamorous role. She owns the movie production house Rekha Entertainment. In 2010 and 2011 she won the CG Digital Film Awards for Best Actress, and in 2011 she also won the NEFTA Film Awards for Best Actress.

Thapa is also a social worker helping poor families and children who are in need.

First MovieHero

Born Rekha Thapa
Morang, Koshi, Nepal
DOB July 5, 1975
Parent Prem Thapa, Saraswoti Thapa
Height 5.3
Occupation Film actress
Ex-spouse Chhabiraj Ojha
Years active 1999–present

Biography

Rekha Thapa was born in Morang in eastern Nepal. After graduating from school, she moved to Kathmandu to go to college. She took part in the Miss Nepal Pageant in 1999, and ended up in second place.

Thapa worked as a model, and was subsequently approached by the producer Chhabiraj Ojha with a proposal to work in the movie “Hero” with Rajesh Hamal. During the shooting of Hero, Chhabiraj Ojha proposed to her, and the two were married in traditional style. After ten years, the couple separated.

Rekha thapa Photo Gallery

Item Dance by Rekha Thapa

Thapa and her husband produced more than 8 movies under the name Rekha Films. Rekha Thapa has worked for more than a hundred movies since the early 2000s.

Thapa is a member of the Nepalese Maoist Party.

Rekha thapa Dance with Leader of Maoist Prachanda (Puspa kamal Dahal)

In the media

Thapa’s entry in a top Political Party UCPN (Maoist) amidst a public program at party headquarters office of UCPN (Maoist) in Koteshwor, Kathmandu has been criticised by some of her fans.[2] In November 2009, while protesting for Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) on supremacy in the government, Rekha Thapa was seen dancing with the Prachanda who encircled Durbar Square, the government headquarter. In December 2009, Rekha Thapa was seen kissing the shortest man in the world, Khagendra Thapa Magar.

Nepali Actress Interview with Rishi Dhamala in Dhamala ko hamal

Live Dance Performance by Nepali actress Rekha Thapa

Rekha Thapa ws on the cover page of Wave Magazine in June, 2013.[5]
Filmography
Year Title Role Other
2000 Hero First Film
2002 Mitini Pooja
2004 Jeevan Rekha Guest Role
2005 Hami Tin Bhai Maiya
2006 Krodh
2008 Nasib Afno
2008 Batuli
2009 Sahara
2009 Kismat kusum
2010 Bato Muniko Phool gurans
2010 Himmat Ganga/Jamuna
2010 TOD
2011 Kasle Choryo Mero Man Rajkumari CG Digital Film Awards for Best Actress
2011 Hiffajat NEFTA Film Awards for Best Actress[8]
2011 Khusi
2011 Hamro maya juni juni lai
2012 Saathi Ma Timro
2012 Ishara
2013 Mero Jiwan Sathi
2012 Andaaj Pritti
2012 Lanka
2012 Rawan
2013 Kali
2013 Veer
2014 Himmatwali
2014 Tathastu Filming
References

Participants 1999, Miss Nepal official website, retrieved 16 February 2014
Rekha Thapa and Urmila Aryal join UCPN (Maoist). Nepal.FM. Retrieved on 1 February 2014.
“Prachanda dances while Rekha Thapa sings | Nepali Movies, Nepali Films”. Xnepali.net. Retrieved 9 May 2013.
“Khagendra proposed and kissed Rekha Thapa | Nepali Movies, Nepali Films”. Xnepali.net. Retrieved 9 May 2013.
“Rekha Thapa in New Avatar on Wave Magazine”. Nepal.FM. Retrieved 13 June 2013.
“Nepali Movie Release in Kathmand”. Washington Bangla Radio. 29 November 2011.
“Rekha rocked CG Digital Film Awards | Nepali Movies, Nepali Films”. Xnepali.net. Retrieved 9 May 2013.
“Movie Awards in Nepali Film Industry and NEFTA Film Awards | Nepali Movies, Nepali Films”. Xnepali.net. Retrieved 9 May 2013.
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Shree Krishna Shrestha

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Shree Krishna Shrestha
Native name श्रीकृष्ण श्रेष्ठ
Born Shree Krishna Shrestha
April 19, 1967
Kathmandu, Nepal
Died August 10, 2014 (aged 47)[1] [2]
New Delhi, India[3]
Occupation Actor, Producer
Spouse(s) Sweta Khadka ( M. July, 2014)

 

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Shree Krishna Shrestha (April 19, 1967 – August 10, 2014) (Nepali: श्रीकृष्ण श्रेष्ठ) was a Nepalese actor, who achieved nation wide recognition with roles in movies like Maiti and Afno Manche. Thousands of people participated in the funeral proceeding in Kathmandu on 11/08/2014. He was given national honour by the Nepal Government. Many personalities of Nepal including prime minister of Nepal expressed their deep condolence to him.

Shrestha married Sweta Khadka in July 2014. They met when she made her film début in Kaha Vetiyela, a Nepali movie which he produced. The two had been in a relationship for a long time when they married on July 7, 2014. Soon afterwards, the couple left for India, where he was diagnosed with pneumonia and bone cancer. Shree died at the age of 47 in Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi on 10 August 2014 at 5 am local time.

Partial filmography

As an actor

Year Film Role Notes
1995 Naata
Rajamati
Dharti
Bhumari
Prem Yudha
Maiti
Aafanta
Ae Mero Hajur Bijaya
Bar Pipal
Gorkhali
1997 Guru Chela
Jhajhalko
2005 Pahuna
Afno Manche
Ajambari Nata Aakash
Hamro Maya Juni Juni Lai
Jali Rumal
“Subhakamana”
Yestai Huncha Pirati
Garib
2007 Nata Ragatko
Laxmi Puja
Bharosa
Jeevan Rekha
Unko Samjhanama
Sukha Dukha Abishek
Hami Teen Bhai Ram
2010 Ram Balaram Ram
Shriman Shrimatee
Kaha Bhetiyela Abishek
2014 Kohinoor Abhishek  (Babu)

Rajesh Hamal

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Born Rajesh Hamal
June 9, 1964 Palpa, Tansen, Nepal
Other names Rajesh Dai, sankar, Mahanayak (Great Actor)
Occupation Film actor, Television Presenter, Social Worker
Years active 1985–present
Spouse(s) Madhu Bhattarai(Hamal) (2014–present)

 

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Rajesh Hamal (Nepali: राजेश हमालAbout this sound Listen (help·info), born: June 9, 1964) is a Nepalese actor.[4] He has received many awards for his acting including the National Film Awards from 1988–2014. He is often called as “Maha-Nayak” (Great Actor) for his contribution to Nepalese Cinema. He is considered a dominant figure in bringing professionalism in the Nepalese movie industry.

Education

Hamal was born in Tansen, in central Nepal. He did his schooling at Bhanubhakta Memorial School up to class 8. Then he went to Moscow, Russia with his father who was Nepalese Ambassador to Russia. Rajesh Hamal finished his M.A. in English literature from Chandigarh University.
Career

Rajesh Hamal in his college years, first modelled for Fashion Net, an Indian magazine in 1985; he walked the ramp in Kathmandu and New Delhi in 1986. He started his career as a film actor with Yug Dekhi Yug Samma in 1988, a film made by his maternal uncle. Hamal received a National Film Award for “Best Actor Debut” in 1989, for this film. Till date he has worked in over 230 Nepali and one Punjabi cinema.
Film career, debut and turning point

Nonfilm appearances

Before entering into [[Cinema of Nepal|Nepali Cinema], Hamal was a well known model; in his college years he first modeled for Fashion Net, an Indian magazine in 1985; he walked the ramp in Kathmandu and New Delhi in 1986.
1980s

In 1988 Deepak Rayamajhi made “Yug Dekhi Yug Samma” giving Rajesh Hamal his first break in Nepali cinema opposite Krishti Mainali. The film was a huge success. He also won National Films Award for “Best Actor Debut”
1990s

In 1990 he did only one film, Adhikar. The film was moderate at the box office. 1991 proved to be the best year for Hamal with him getting 3 movies Viz. Bhauju, Deuki and Deuta, all becoming hit. Hamal also received his first National Films Award for Best Actor Award in 1991 film Deuta. In 1992 he appeared in Punjabi film named Kachehri. He also appeared in film Chatyang and earned second National Films Award “Best Actor” category award. In 1993 he appeared in only two films Kasam and Adhikar, both becoming box office success. In 1994 he appeared in film Paribhasa and first time nominated in National Films Award “Best Supporting Actor” Category. He received his Fifth National Films Award for the film Bandhan. In 1997 he worked with actress Jal Shah in film juntara and won National Films Best Actor Award. In 1999 Hamal worked alongside actress Niruta Singh for the first time in the film “Chadani”. He played the role of the son of a rich man who fell in love with a village girl. Later he appeared in films “Ranabhumi, Dharmaputra, Pardesi Kancha, Shankar, Jindagani, Ek number ko pakhe”. His last release in 1999 was “Mato bolcha” which was directed by Rajesh Raj Acharya under Sayapatri films banner. Hamal was nominated for many award categories. He ended up winning National Films best actor awards for this role.
2000s

In 2000 he appeared in film “Basanti” along with actress Karishma Manandhar with whom he has worked in many films. This Film was based on the era of Rana dynasty. He was critically acclaimed for his acting in the film and this film proved to be the highest grossing film in the box office. Later he worked in films like Dhuk dhuki, Upakar, Asirbad, Nepal Pyaro Chha, The yug dekhi yug samma”. In 2009 he appeared in film “Raju Raja Ram” along with two other stars of Nepali film industry, Bhuwan K.C. and Shiv Shrestha, where he played role of Raju.
2010s

His first release in 2010 was comedy film “Hath ma lagyo sunya” and he was nominated for National Films Award “Best Actor In Comic Role”. He also did a special appearance in the 2011 film “Bato muni ko phool” as ACP. His last release in 2011 was “Kawach” which was moderate in box office. Later he appeared in many programme like the Nepali comedy show, reality shows, and award functions.In 2012 he appeared in three hit movies Night queen,Maya ko Barima, Chabilal chanjus chaina. he is working for Sayapatri banner movie Mero Rajesh Dai.

Rise to super-stardom and fan Following
1990s-present

In 1991 director Tulsi Ghimire’s film Deuta shot Rajesh Hamal into super-stardom. Tulsi Ghimire cast him in the leading role for the film Deuta. The film was a sharp contrast to the romantically themed films that had generally preceded it and established Hamal in a new persona — the “Romantic Fellow” of Nepali cinema. He won his first Best Actor Award in a leading role. Later many Directors and Leading actress like Karishma Manandhar, Bipana Thapa, Jal Shah, Pooja Chand etc. wanted to work with him. He won many Awards on “Best Actor” category. His fan following increased and many fans wanted to see his movies. His movies start to become houseful in many Theatres.
Injury while filming Sadak
1994

Hamal was more popular actor in action films. It was in 1994, while filming Sadak during a fight scene in prison, he had to save his family from the enemies. He had to break the walls of the prison. When Hamal was performing the fabulous stunt, the bricks of the prison fell upon him and he became injured. The Director suddenly stopped the shooting. Hamal’s body was filled with blood and he was suddenly taken to the hospital. Many fans of Hamal came to meet him in the hospital. Hamal took at least 5 months rest and he slowly completed the shooting.The film was the fourth highest grossing film of the year and Hamal was nominated for best actor award.
Television & advertisement appearance
2000s-present

In 2004 Hamal appeared in the television show called Wai Wai Quiz Whiz. He appeared in several advertisement like Captain Sabun ( Soap), Steel, Himal Cement, Real Juice, Shares and Investment etc. In 2011 he appeared in the Nepali comedy show “Meri Bassai” as a superstar “Rajesh Hamal”. He was also a special guest in 2011 Miss Angel program. He was also Requested to host the show “Nagad Paanch lakh” but he refused the offer being busy in shooting. Later the show was hosted by Madan Krishna Shrestha
Popularity
(1991–present)

In 1991 and 1997 Nepalai magazine rated him among the 50 most beautiful people in the Nepal. In 1995 Kantipur magazine ranked him among the 20 sexiest stars in film history in Nepal. Two years later it ranked him among the top 10 film stars of all time in Nepali cinema. In 2002 and 2003, he was rated by Premiere among the top 10 in its annual Power 100 list.

In 2006 Premiere ranked Hamal as Nepali cinema most powerful actor as Hamal came in at number 20 on the magazine’s 2006 Power List, being the highest ranked actor. The same year,Peoples magazine ranked him as the Nepal’s most powerful celebrity.

In August 2006, “a Nepal Today/Gallup poll in which half of those surveyed registered an ‘unfavorable’ opinion of the actor” was cited as a reason in addition to “unacceptable behavior” for Paramount’s non-renewal of their production contract with Hamal. In addition, Marketing Evaluations reports that Hamal’s Q score (which is a measure of the popularity of celebrities), had fallen 40 percent. It was also revealed that Hamal is the celebrity people would least like as their best friend.

October 10, 2006 was declared “Rajesh Hamal Day” in Nepal; the Nepalese Memorial Day Association said that he was awarded with a special day because he has made more trips to Nepal than any other Kollywood star.

His physical strength is often highly rated referring it to “Falam Ko HAat” (फलामको हात) i.e. Hand of Iron. This term originally come from his character in movie “Prithivi”. His jokes are very popular in Facebook about his character in movie “Prithivi” [5] He regularly hosts quiz programs as well.
Media
2000s-present

Hamal often comes in front of media and shares his feelings towards his fans about the situation of his own country. In one of his interviews, he stated “Given a chance, I obviously would join politics. Firstly I would focus on changing the situations in my country such as Road Strike, Education Strike etc. I feel upset on seeing the chaotic condition of my country”. He often gives interview on his personal and professional life.

Association with other artists

1988–present

Hamal in his career has worked with several actresses. Some of them are as follows:

  • Kristi Mainali
  • Karishma Manandhar
  • Gauri Malla
  • Jal Shah
  • Pooja chand
  • Jharana Thapa
  • Niruta Singh
  • Bipana Thapa
  • Melina Manadhar
  • Rekha Thapa
  • Sanchita Luitel
  • Rejina Upreti
  • Manisha Koirala

Extremely Bad News Actor Shree Krishna Shrestha is no more

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Actor Shree Krishna Shrestha  has passed away while undergoing treatment for pneumonia at New Delh-based Apollo Hospital on Saturday night.

Shree Krishna Shrestha
Native name श्री कृष्ण श्रेष्ठ
Born Shree Krishna Shrestha
April 19, 1970
Kathmandu, Nepal
Spouse Sweta Khadka Shrestha
Died August 9, 2014 (aged 44)
New Delhi, India
Occupation Actor, Producer

Film Star Shrestha had  a marriage with actress Sweta Khadka on July 7.

He had been suffering from pneumonia for last two weeks.  In the past, he had also diagnosed with ulcer.

Filmy Biography

Year Film Role Notes
Dharti
Prem Yuddha
Maiti
Afno Manche
Afanta
Bar Pipal
Gorkhali
2005 Pahuna
2005 Ajambari Nata Akash
Hamro Maya Juni Juni Lai
Jali Rumal
Yastai Huncha Pirati
Guru Chela
Garib
2007 Nata
Nata Ragatko
Laxmi Puja
Bharosa
Jeevan Rekha
Unko Samjhanama
2012 Ram Balaram Ram
2013 Kaha Bhetiyela
2014 Kohinoor

Although, earlier it was said that the newly-married couple left for honeymoon in India, he was flown to Delhi for the treatment.