BS Rana – Rest in Peace (RIP)

Well known film artist, BS Rana, has died on February 1, 2019. He was sick for a while and was being treated in Teaching Hospital, Kathmandu.

BS Rana is known for his role as Jung Bahadur Rana in ‘Seto Bhag’. He was also featured in ‘Basanti’ and a lot of other films. (BS Rana films)

I wish Rana rest in peace.

Watch Jung Bahadur’s love story video.

Biography of BS Rana

Born in 1999 BS, BS Rana, started acting at the age of 14. His first play was an Indian play ‘Magic And The King”. In the play he played the role of a minister.

Rana had acted in many popular English plays including Jules Caesar, Love of Four, Twelfth Night, Dead One Flew Over Nest and a lot of others.

Rana started acting in Nepali films in 2041 BS. Full list of movie BS Rana was featured in are (most of these films are available to watch in xNepali):

  • B.S. Rana is known for Seto Bagh (2015), Basanti (2000), Dakshina (1993) and Challenge (2011).
  • In 2017 film ‘Darpan Chhaya 2’ he is featured as Bada
  • In Kafal Pakyo (2016) he is featured as Lumi’s Father
  • In popular TV Serial (2015), Singha Durbar Rana was featured as Pushkar Basnet
  • In 2015 film ‘Seto Bagh’ he was featured as Jung Bahadur Rana. (watch ‘Seto Bagh’)
  • He was also featured in Sambodhan (2015)
  • In Hostel (2013) Rana is feature as Dean (Hostel)
  • He was also features in a 2011 film Challenge
  • In 2010 film ‘Kasle Choryo Mero Man’ Rana is featured as Jay Singh
  • He was also featured in 2010 film Dasdhunga
  • In 2000 film ‘Basanti’ he was the King. (Basanti)
  • In 1999 film Nepali Babu he was featured as Sushmita’s Father (Watch ‘Nepali Babu’)
  • In 1997 Karodpati he was featured as a Movie Director (karodpati)
  • He was also featured in 1997 film Shankar (Watch ‘Shankar’)
  • In another 1997 film Balidaan he was features as Bikram Sir (Watch ‘Balidan’)
  • In the 1993 film Dakshina he was a Political Leader (watch ‘Dakshina’)
  • And he was also featured a 1993 film Dui Thopa Aansu (Watch ‘Dui Thopa Aansu’)
  • and 1991 film Chino. (Watch ‘Chino’ here)

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