Valentine Day special – Love story of Rajesh Hamal and his parents

Nepali actor Rajesh Hamal is one of the top actors in the Nepali film industry. Often called Maha Nayak (Super Actor), Rajesh Hamal ruled the film industry for about a quarter century. He prefers to tell that the film industry grew with him. Hamal is credited for :

  • Bringing professionalism in Nepali film industry.
  • Being the first educated actor in the film industry. He had done Masters in English literature from Punjab University in India.
  • He is considered a no-nonsense actor. Unlike other actors, Hamal kept himself from having affairs with the actresses. Although there were rumours of his affair, all rumours turned fake. Actresses had termed him as the coldest actor in the film industry.
  • Rajesh is a good orator and can easily impress the listener by his oratory skills. Proficiency in his English language is also something not seen in the Nepali film industry.
  • The height, looks and the physique have also been factors that attracted youngsters of his time.

Rajesh Hamal Love Story

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Nihita Biswas making headlines… again (photos)

nihita_425163044 Sweetheart of international convict and ‘serial killer’ Charles Sobhraj, Nihiti Bishwas, surprised everybody when she announced that she was in love with Sobhraj. 65 year-old Sobraj and 21 year-old Nihita is an odd couple even without the the spicy criminal scene. That was why Nepali director Narayan Puri once told he wanted to make a movie out of their story in 2009.

The ‘love story’ made headline once again when the Supreme Court postponed Charle’s case. The journalists present there to cover the final verdict of the Court had nothing but Nihita Biswas to report about.

In 2008, Sobhraj and Nihita told that they got married on Dashain, the of biggest Hindu festival. But, as no priest or any court papers were involved the marriage proved to be a publicity hoax.

Charles Sobhraj, better known as French serial killer 's fiancée Nihita Bishwas speaks with press after his verdict was postponed on 30th July at Supreme Court in Kathmandu on Wednesday.
July 14, 2010
Post Photo/Shruti Shrestha/Kantipur

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