The third movie of ‘Dreams’ debut actress Samragyee RL Shah was announced on Bhai Tika. The movie featuring Samragyee RL Shah and Aakash Shrestha in leading role is being made on the story of a NRN tourist who is in affair with the tourist guide. Aakash Shrestha debuted as an actor in Sushmita KC’s production ‘Ma Ta Timrai Hoon’.
The nominations of the fourth edition of INAS Film Award, to be held in Gangtok, Sikkim on Kartik 24, were released on November 4, 2016. There are three nominations on each of 19 different categories. The award is being organized by the International Nepali Artist Association (INAS). In the award movies released in 2015 and released till April 15 of 2016 were included. ‘Classic’ has led the list with nominations in 9 categories, ‘Kabaddi Kabaddi’ follows with 6 categories and ‘Pashupati Prasad’ in 5 categories. These three movies are also the top three movies in the nomination.
A director has offered a role in a Nepali movie to the beautiful vegetable vendor of Gorkha. The grade 11 student was photographed carrying tomatoes in crates across a suspension bridge. In another photo the girl was photographed talking in phone while selling the vegetables. The photos taken by Rup Chandra Maharjan was shared in Facebook and Twitter and became viral instantly.
After the popularity of the girl and her interest in acting, the director of movies like ‘Bokshi’ and ‘Kina Lagchha Maya’ (Watch ‘Kina Lagchha Maya’ here), Gopal Chandra Lamichane has offered a role in his upcoming movie ‘Lamfu’. The movie to be made on the story of and unemployed guy was initially announced in 2013 but, is yet to go to floor.
Who is Tarkariwali?
The girl popularly known as ‘Tarkariwali’ is farmer’s daughter, Kusum Shrestha. From a remove village in Gorkha, Kusum is living in Chitwan for her grade 11 studies. A management student at Quest Model College in Chitwan, Kusum was unaware of the fact that she was being photographed when Maharjan took the snaps. She knew about the incident only after she went viral. In an interview with journalists Kusum thanked Maharjan for the photo and making her popular. Continue reading