Bipana Thapa is one of the most successful actresses in Nepali film industry. She started her acting career in a movie named ‘Janmabhumi’ in 1995. In her acting career, Bipana has acted in more than 100 movies.
Apart from acting, Bipana was also running a fashion store named Bipanaz Boutique, located at Bhatbhateni, Kathmandu. Bipana’s love for fashion designing helped her to also work as the designer in some of the films she had worked as an actress.
In 2008, Bipana married an Indian national. The wedding party was held at Hotel Annapurna on April 27, 2008. After the marriage, Bipana left Nepal with her husband and had stopped acting in movies. In her home in India, she gave birth to a son and is living as a responsible housewife and a mother.
UPDATE: After the April 2015 earthquake, Bipana had also arrived in Kathmandu with earthquake relief materials for the victims. According to a report in Nepaliactress the relief materials were loaded in three trucks and also included a mini-truck of medicine for the victims.
Hari Bansha Acharya, one of the MaHa-duo, was born to Homanjaya Acharya and Ganesh Kumari on 27th Kartik 2014 BS (9th October 1958) in Gairidhara, Kathmandu. In 2040 BS he married Meera Acharya with whom he has two sons, Trilok Acharya and Mohit Acharya.
He started his entertainment career with a performance in Radio Nepal with Hari Prasad Rimal and Jitendra Mahat Avilashi in 2031 BS. He joined Rastriya Naach Ghar, a theater in Kathmandu, in 2032. His solo performance in the Gaijatra Mahotsav of 2034 BS was the first successful event before partnering with Madan Krishna Shrestha. Hari Bamsha is an expert in caricature and his combination with Madan Krishna Shrestha has been very successful in Nepali comedy for the last three decades. Continue reading
Madan Krishna Shrestha, one of the MaHa-duo, was born to Ram Krishna Lal Shrestha and Laxmi Devi Shrestha on 7th Baishakh 2007 BS ( 19th April 1950) in Jitpur Phedi, Kathmandu. In 2031 BS he married Yeshoda Shrestha with whom he has a son, Yaman Shrestha, and a daughter, Shrana Shrestha. Madan Krishna Shrestha lives in Dhobidhara, Kathmandu with his family.
Nepali film ‘Durga’ is a presentation of Suraj Pradhan for Jalma Cine Makers Pvt. Ltd. The movie features the story by Bikash Acharya, lyrics of Dayaram Pandey, music of Suresh Adhikari, cinematography of Deepak Bantawa, choreography of Raju Shah / Kamal Rai, action of Rajendra Khadgi and produced by Rosha Pradhan. Continue reading
CPN Maoist are protesting for “people’s supremacy” and their own supremacy in the government for the last few days. Yesterday, they were encircling Singh Durbar, the government headquarter. More than 100 thousand people were brought in Kathmandu for the event. One person died when a bus carrying the protestors to Kathmandu met with an accident. The protest was mostly peaceful except an incident of clash with the police at one location. The protestor were dancing on street as usual.
In yesterday’s event film artists were also present to support the protest. A rare sight – Maoist supreme Puspa Kamal Dahal (Prachanda) was dancing on a song “Lalu-pate nughyo bhui tira …” sung by one of the leading actress of Nepali movies, Rekha Thapa.
If you ask me, I would always say Nepal is the best place in earth. :) Well, I am a Nepali but I am not alone Ã¢â‚¬â€œ there are many who think so.
Lonely Planet, the largest travel guide-book and digital media publisher in the world, has prepared a list of top 10 countries to travel in 2010. It is good to know that Nepal is one of them.
It is not clear what ranking Nepal is in in the list but it sure is good to know people think Nepal one of the best places in the world. Some news sites like Nepalnews said Nepal was 6th in the ranking Ã¢â‚¬â€œ which is not true. The countries are listed alphabetically and hence Nepal is sixth in the publication. That doesnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t mean Nepal is sixth in ranking. It can be first or can also be tenth.