The beauty queen, Alena Gurung, is a UK resident Nepali model. She wants to be an actress, a successful British actress in the United Kingdom.
Alena thinks that her biggest asset are her curves, which she readily shows off whenever she can. Apart from the beautiful modeling shots of hers, many private pictures have surfaced in which she posed in sexually aggressive poses.
One of my friend, argued that she is good enough to be a Nepali version of Paris Hilton.Â I havenâ€™t got hold of any videos of hers that suggest such an extreme that Paris could go in filming every private moments with ease but it sure can be felt that Alena is heading in the same direction.
Michael Jackson was a greatest singer and performer. I still remember when I used to listen “Beat it” song when I was a kid. I didn’t understand the song and it sounded more like Bire Bire (short form of common Nepali name Bir Bahadur) and I loved it very much. Although, I could never understand most of his songs in a first go (if there were no lyrics attached in the cover) I immensely enjoy the music and the amazing videos he created.
Michael Jackson as a person might not be that much appealing but it is very sad and shocking that the King of Pop is no longer among with us. Read the rest of this entry »
Kalayatra Movies ltd presents
Nepali Movie – Manis
Starring – Bhuwan KC, Mithila Sharma, Nikhil Upreti, Dilip Rayamajhi, Ramit Dhungana, Sunil Dutta, Bipana Thapa, Rejina Upreti, Sajja Mainali, Siru Bista, Sushil Pokharel etc.
Writer / Director – Shiva Regmi
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I have been talking about records made or to be made on the highest mountain in my previous posts – Min Bahadur Sherchan, Appa Sherpa, Shailendra Kumar, cricket at highest altitude, and mobile coverage on Mt. Everest. This post again is about the height but it is not about the tallest mountain but a shortest guy.
Looks like Guinness World Records book didnâ€™t have a category for the record for a shortest person until a 20 years old and just 74.61 centimeters tall He Pingping got entry in it in the 2009 edition of the book and posed for its launch with the longest-legged Svetlana Pankratova. But our own Khagendra Thapa Magar was actually shorter than the guy and couldnâ€™t get entry because of being underage at that time.
When he was seeking entry in the record book, Khagendra was only 50 centimeters(20 inches) tall and weighed 4.5 kilograms (10 pounds) and only 14 years of age. Khagendra hasnâ€™t gained any height till he was eleven years old. Soon (in about 4 months) he is turning 18 and he and his family are waiting that day for him to be registered in the World Record book. Letâ€™s see some of his photos.
Record keeping is one thing but health and prosperity is far more important in oneâ€™s life. I hope he does get proper medical care and nutrition. Letâ€™s wish him all the best throughout his life.
Looks like Mt. Everest is the only place for Nepali to break records. Last month Appa Sherpa broke his own record of 18 accents by climbing it for the 19th time. I donâ€™t know if it is already logged in the Guinness World Records but there are other attempts related to Mt. Everest waiting to be recorded in the book.
On 25 May 2008 Min Bahadur Sherchan reached the top of Mt. Everest at the age of 76 and he is waiting to get entry as the oldest person to climb the peak the World Record book. I hope it will occur before Shailendra Kumar Upadhyay climb the peak at the age of 80. Well, Min Bahadur, born in 1931 (1988 BS), wonâ€™t rest either; he is planning to climb it again before he turns 84. Sherchan, has broken the earlier record set by a 71-year-old Japanese man named Kat Katsusuke Yanagisawa, a school teacher, who climbed the Everest the previous year.
Letâ€™s wish all the best to Sherchan for his effort to climb the highest peak and enter in the world record book.
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