Catwalk in swim wear and bikini by Nepalese girl in Nepal may not have been heard by all yet. But it has happened in swimming pool of New Dakshinkali Village Resort on June 15.
In the event managed by Creative Event Network International (CNI), nine models Sony Khadka, Anjana, Sruti, Bini, Reshma, Sujata, Namrata, Junu and Sabina presented the swim wear and bikini design of designer Natasha Khimka and Somnath Niraula.
Before the fashion starts at 4 PM, visitors were enjoying pool side dance party on the music played by DJ Splash, Rupesh or Rob from 2 PM. By that time the choreographer Pratima Shrestha and her assistants Srijana and Reshma were preparing models for the catwalk.
Two sequences of fashion show were shown in half an hour and after that again DJs started to play music for dance. Four models started to dance in swimming pool splashing water on each other. Others also joined them, some in swimming pool and some out of the pool.
Around two hundred visitors were enjoying the event. According to the organizer, Iras Shrestha, next Fashion Show and Splash Grind will be held in July. (Photo credit: CNI)
In an article published in Korea Times, the Indian Ambassador to South Korea, Vishnu Prakash, argued that one of the reasons the North-Eastern part of the country is beautiful because of the existence of Mt. Everest.
The northeastern part of the country where it borders China offers the most beautiful scenic views thanks to Mt. Everest.
The newspaper hasn’t specifically quoted the Ambassador saying the exact words but, it seem to imply that one has to go to India to see Mt. Everest. Mt. Everest h
owever is in the border of Nepal and China, at least 200 km away from the Indian border.
Nepali print and online media have started protest to the statement.
You can read the full article in this link.
After three years of marriage to director Shankar Ghimire, actress Richa Ghimire has given birth to a son on June 24, 2012. After the childbirth, new father Shanakar posted a message in his Facebook stating that the day was the happiest day in his life after the marriage.
The 3700 gram child was delivered after a cesarean section. Although the delivery date was supposed to be Ashad 24, the
child was delivered two weeks earlier because of sudden high blood pressure of the mother.
UPDATE: This is the photo of the proud parents with their newborn gem (Photo credits – Shankar Ghimire):
xNepali team would like to offer our heartfelt congratulation to the new parents for their first child!
It is learnt that Hari Bansha has married on request of his family, relatives and well-wishers. Very few members of the families and close friends were present in his short wedding rituals held at the residence of the bride´s sister at Gongabu in Kathmandu on Thursday.
Fifty five-year-old Acharya has two sons Mohit Acharya and Trilok Acharya from his first wife whom he has married 30 years ago and Ramila has a 21-year-old son from her earlier marriage and her husband had died 10 years ago in an accident. Ramila is 10 years younger than Hari Bansha.
Madan Krishna Shrestha, another famous comedian of Ma-Ha duo has sent best wishes to new Acharya couple from Bangkok as Madan Krishna is at present there for treatment of his wife. (Photo credit: Facebook)
21 years old Sabina Maharjan was crowned Miss Jyapu 2012 which is the beauty contest between women from Jyapu Community like caste of Suwal, Singh, Dangol, Maharjan, Prajapati, Awale, Munikar and Kisan etc. It was held on 17th June at Nepal Academy Hall, Kamaladi and Sabina received Rs 25000 cash prize on winning the tile.
Likewise, Runa Maharjan, 23, won the title 1st Runner Up and another Sabina Maharjan of 17 years old won the title 2nd Runner Up. They received cash prize of Rs 15000 and Rs 10000 respectively. In this beauty peagant organized by Nasa Mandal, Miss Jyapu 2012 title owner Sabina also become Miss Talent and received additional Rs 5000 cash prize.
Miss Personality- Runa Maharjan
Best Dress- Runa Maharjan
Miss Smile- Roshani Maharjan
Miss Friendship- Sarjuna Maharjan
Best Popularity- Shanta Dongol
Best Viewer’s Choice- Bidyalaxmi Maharjan
Miss Photogenic- Puja Maharjan
Miss Cultural- Amina Prajapati
Miss Discipline-Rojita Maharjan
Miss Agriculture- Rojina Dongol
Miss Traditional Food-Alisha Maharjan
Miss Nepal Bhasa- Kalpana Maharjan
Some new titles have been added in this contest.
(Photo Credit: Vinod Parihash Maharjan)
Radhey Krishna (RK) Films P. Ltd. presents it’s second movie by Daktar Singh Gurung
Nepali Movie – Batuli
Starring – Rajesh Hamal, Biraj Bhatt, Rekha Thapa , Mithila Sharma, Sanchita Gurung etc.
Director – Ranjit Rana
Also visit – Pre-release review of ‘Apabad’.
One of the most awaited Nepali movies of this season, ‘Apabad’ was finally got released in Nepal on Friday, June 15, 2012. After the successful releases abroad, the directorial debut of Subash Koirala was finally released inside Nepal. The movie features Raj Ballav Koirala and Nisha Adhikari in a lead roles.
Apabad is a story of Suyog who dreams to be a writer of a novel. Being a student of business, his father however wants him to start a job in a bank and start making good sum of money. One of his best friend and one-sided love, Sunanda, had the similar suggestion to him. But, he his desire to be a writer and making a career as a novel writer prevails and he decided to oppose his father’s dream of making him a banker. Suyog wanted to go to the UK to study but, he later found that the college he enrolled was one of the blacklisted colleges. The overwhelming frustration caused him to try suicide by jumping into a river. After he jumped into the river, he was washed to a bank where there aren’t any people in the nearby vicinity. Away from technology and the crowd, he was left to do whatever he likes. To know, what happen to Suyog, his suicide attempt, and the budding writer within him it is worthwhile to visit the theater and know first-hand.
The movie features the cinematoraphy of Sushan Prajapati, music direction of Ujjwal Meghi Gurung, editing of Raju Dhungana, story/script of Subash Koirala, and dialogue of Subash Koirala, Ujjawal Meghi, Shekhar Gyawali and Upendra Lamichhane.
Street children passed SLC exam that also with distinction mark. Hard work of 17 years old Gopal Lama has rewarded him.
Both mother and father have left Lama in the childhood. Father married another girl when his mother was pregnant and his mother also married another person after few years of his birth turning him to street children and his home became street.
According to nagarik news, he has struggled as street children in Kathmandu and Chitwan. During this struggle, he has realized the value of study, but, got chance to study when he started to stay in “Hamro Ghar”, NGO in Narayangadh, involved in caring street children.
Street boy, Lama has got 83.12% and shows street children are also not less than those who study spending huge amount of money in tuition and expensive schools.
(Photo credit: Nagarik)
This year, 55.5 percent of the examiners passed the SLC exam. That was about 9 percent less than the previous year. There were 5,54,022 examinees out of which 2,30,499 had passed.
Regular – 2068 Result – PDF file – (7.7 MB)
Exempted – 2068 Result – PDF file (70 Kb)
- 20,111 – passed with Distinction
- 82, 619 – passed with First Division
- 1,09,795 passed with Second Division
passed with Third Division.
Dravya (pre-release review) was posted previously.
A new Nepali movie ‘Dravya’ was released last Friday. The movie made on a story of few youths related to casino is directed by Markendey Dipbim Basnet and features Ashok Phuyal, Anoop Bikram Shah, Kalpana Shah, Biraj Bhatt, and Amit Pokhrel in leading roles.
Dravya is a story of Binod, Nisha, Paras and Bikram, and their relation to a casino. Binod, Nisha and Paras work in the casino and Paras is one of the regular customers in the casino. Life brings them to a situation in which they need of huge amount of money. Collecting that much money was pretty much impossible by doing good deeds. So, they plan to steal money of a regular casino customer, Khalid. Khalid, an Indian citizen visits Nepal just to lose his money at the casino and have fun with Nepali girls. After stealing the money of Khalid they found out that Khalid is the brother of a big don of India. I wouldn’t spoil your movie going experience by telling if Binod, Nisha, Paras and Bikram succeed in running away from the don and the police.
Actress of Nepali movies Jeshika Khadka has ended her life by hanging in her own home in New Road. Previously known as Jyoti Khadka, she was engulfed in a controversy on a sex scandal involving popular comedy singer Prakash Ojha.
According to Jana Aastha weekly, the police have told that they are waiting for the postmortem report to determine if if was suicide or murder. The police has told that she had an conversation with film maker Baldip Rai at 2 AM. The police has told that they have arrested Rai for further investigation.
Jeshika had acted in movies like ‘Jungle Queen’, ‘Mero Maya Timlai’, ‘Jungle Love’, ‘Gahirahi’, and ‘Lucky Seven’ among others.
Jeshika’s death is a sad moment of Nepali movie industry. It is also the time to look at the open secret – sex exploitation in the Nepali movie sector.
May Jeshika’s spirit rest in peace!
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