No more sexy films for Sumina Ghimire, realizes sex doesn’t sell

Actress Sumina Ghimire has realized that the films on sex theme don’t have future. After acting in some hot movies and showing some skin, Sumina has decided not to do such films any more. None of the so-called-hot-movies could recover their businesses. They also caused negative impact on Sumina’s career. Sumina was left without any movies for some time.

Bhimdutt charity event

Photo – ‘Bhimdutta’ charity event at Jai Nepal Chitraghar theater. (Photo credit – Nisha Adhikari)

Sumina was talking during a charity show of her upcoming movie ‘Bhimdutta’. The biopic movie directed by Himgyap Tasi is made on historical plot and Sumina is featured as a simple village girl in the movie. The movie features Sumina Ghimire, Nisha Adhikari, Nawal Khadka, Ramesh Budhathoki, and Rabi Giri in main roles.

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Chhabi Raj Ojha writing a book on his relationship with Rekha Thapa

The producer and ex-husband of Rekha Thapa, Chhabi Raj Ojha is writing a self-biography. The book expected to be released in about 8 months, Mangsir 2071, will feature the facts about their marriage and the events related to the relationship. The book is expected to include the story of not only Rekha, but also his previous marriages.

Rekha and Chhabi started living separately before a formal separation. Although they had stopped being husband and wife, they were seen together in the profession. But, that relationship has also deteriorated when they started accusing each other. In the past, Chhabi had said about loosing faith in women.

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World Cup in Nepal to release in Kathmandu only

A movie made on child phycology, ‘World Cup in Nepal’ was appreciated during the premier. The movie scheduled to release on May 2, 2014 is going to release in theaters in Kathmandu only. The release on the theaters out of Kathmandu was postponed because of unavailability of the theaters.

Three Nepali movies ‘Nai Nabhannu La’, ‘Kabaddi’ and ‘November Rain’ have won the hearts of Nepali viewers and most of the theaters are unwilling to change the movies liked by their viewers.

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