The legendary producer, director and script writer of Hindi movies, Yash Chopra has died on Sunday in Lilavati Hospital, Mumbai. The death was a shocking news as he had recently celebrated his 80th birthday in full vigor. He was diagnosed with Dengue and was admitted to the hospital on October 13, 2012.
Yash is considered one of the most successful filmmaker in Bollywood. He had won six National Film Awards, eleven Filmfare awards, Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 2001 and Padma Bhushan Award in 2005. Although he had worked as assistant director previously, he debuted as a director in 1959 with a
Hindi movie ‘Dhool Ka Phool’. The movie was successful and his next movie ‘Dharmaputra’ released in 1961, was also very successful, establishing him in the industry. Yash started producing movies through his production company, Yash Raj Films, in 1973.
Nepali top actor Rajesh Hamal‘s foster sister of 19 years, Maina Suchikar, has died of pneumonia on Monday Sept 10, 2012. The disabled lady died while being treated for the last ten days in Shankarapur Hospital in Jorpati, Kathmandu.
While shooting for a movie named ‘Aparadh‘ in Khagendra Nava-Jeevan Kendra, Rajesh Hamal met Maina and started calling her his sister. After that day, Rajesh Hamal used to visit his sister on every Bhai-Tika and he also used to celebrate his birthday with her.
Rajesh Hamal is currently in a WWF program in Nepalgunj and woldn’t be ab
le to attend the last ritual of Maina.
Actress Sushila Rayamajhi has lost the battle against cancer and died on on Thursday, January 26, 2012 in B and B Hospital, Gwarko. The dead body is being kept in Teaching Hospital, Maharajgunj.
Sushila had married twice and has a daughter from one and two daughters from another marriage. Sushila was suffering from a cancer in her womb for the last few years.
58 year old director of Nepali movie industry, Deepak Rayamajhi, has died of heart failure, yesterday in Gangalal Hospital. He was rushed to hospital after the heart attack, where he died at around 12:30AM. His last ritual was conducted in the morning in Pashupati Aryaghat amongst various personals of Nepali movie industry.
After receiving master’s degree in film direction from Russia, he directed his first movie “Bhagya Rekha” in late 1980s. Some of the movies he had directed include Yug dekhi Yug Samma (Rajesh Hamal‘s first movie), Pryasi, Parai Gjhar and others.
Ex-Foreign Minister, 82-year-old Shailendra Kumar Upadhyay has died on his way to climb Mt. Everest. He had left for the top of the world on April 17, 2011. He died while walking in a place called Ice Fall, some 2 km above the Mt. Everest base camp.
According to report, Upadhaya died at around 5 and 6 PM of May 9, 2011. The dead body will be brought back by a 17 member mountering team lead by Dawa Steven Sherpa.
xNepali team offers heartily condolence to the family of the brave-hearted Shailendra Kumar Upadhyay and we wish his soul rest in peace.
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Update: Latest report – Osama bin Laden’s body is currently kept at Bagram Airbase, just north of Kabul in Afghanistan.
In a statement, the US president Barack Obama has told that the US is in possession of the dead body of Osama bin Laden.
Osama bin Laden, believed to be the mastermind behind the September 11, 2001 terror attack in the US is killed in US operation in Pakistan. US President Barack Obama said in an address on Sunday that a small team of Americans killed bin Laden in a firefight on Sunday, May 1, 2011.
The former president, in office during the terror attack, George W. Bush has hailed t
he death of the most sought-after terrorist of all times.
The Sept. 11 terror attacks on the World Trade Center towers in New York and the Pentagon in Washington killed more than 3,000 people. Al-Qaida is also accused of carrying out 1998 bombings with 231 deaths in US embassies in Africa, 2000 USS Cole attack in Yeman, killing 17 American sailors and a number of other attacks.
The Indian spiritual leader Sathya Sai Baba has passed away.
After complications related to heart and respiration, Sai Baba was hospitalized on March 28. He didn’t recover and passed away on Sunday morning at 6:25 am.
Sathya Sai Central Trust, in a media conference held at 11:00 am, has announced that the body will be kept in display in Sai Kulwant Hall on Monday and Tuesday, before performing the final rituals.
The 85-year-old spiritual leader was considered an incarnation of God by many of his followers. Before the final announcement a minister Geeta Reddy and other senior government officials held a conference. The state government has deployed more than 6,000 police
to the town for security of the general people and VIPs.
Mira Acharya, a radio anchor of Radio Nepal and wife of renowned comedian Hari Bansha Acharya has died at the age of 46.
After a heart attack on Sunday (April 17) Mira was admitted to the hospital for treatment. She didn’t recovered and was put in a ventilator on Monday. Hari Bamsha wanted her to die after their son Trilok returned from US on Wednesday morning.
Mira and Hari Bamsha have two sons Trilok Achary and Mohit Bamsha Acharya. Mohit is going to act in leading role in his debut movie "Maya ko Bari".
Our heartfelt condolence to the the family of Hari Bansha Acharya and wish the soul of Mira rest
Click on the following text to go to a Facebook page with the video, to hear the voice of Mira Acharya:
Photo of last good-bye of Mira Acharya (photo credit Nagariknews)
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Gopal Bhutani, a fight director and actor of Nepali movie industry, has died 11:00 AM on Tuesday, November 23, 2010 at the age of 78. He was seriously ill for some time and when the condition deterized on Sunday, he was admitted to the Janamaitri Hospital in Balaju.
Bhutani doesn’t have any relatives, so the last rites will be done by fight director Rajendra Khadgi. Bhutani loved Rajendra Khadgi very much and used to call him son.
Bhutani, a Tamang by birth will be put to rest according to the Tamang ethnic rituals in Shyambhu.
Bhutani started his career in movie in the 1940s in Bombay, India. His first Nepali movie was "Manko Baadh" re
leased in BS 2032. Then he started as a fight director in "Jeevan Rekha".
Our condolence to the deceased soul. (Photo credit – nagariknews)
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