Shree Krishna Shrestha movies, a tribute to a legendary actor

The actor Shree Krishna Shrestha had died on the second week of August 9, 2014. On the month of of his death, we have compiled some of his movies for you to enjoy.

Shree Krishna’s death came as an unpleasant surprise. Just after a month of marriage and on the day after the release of his movie ‘Kohinoor’, the timing of the death was unexpected.
shree krishna shrestha
On this sad time, we are compiling some of the best known movies of Shree:

Hamro Maya Juni Junilai

“Hamro Maya Juni Junilai” is a 2011 movie featuring Rekha Thapa and Neeta Dhungana with Shree.

Kaha Bhetiyela

The movie ‘Kaha Bhetiyala‘ is the debut movie of Shree Krishna Shrestha as a producer and the debut movie of his future wife, Sweta Khadka. The movie directed by late Shiva Regmi proved to be a super hit movie establishing Sweta as an actress and Shree, the second hit producer actor after Bhuwan KC.

Watch the full movie ‘Kaha Bhetiyala’ here.

Ajambari Nata

The movie about an on-scree love story of Shree Krishna Shrestha and Niruta Singh features as a villain who wants to separate the two. Watch the movie by clicking in the following image to know if Rajesh separates the two or help in strengthening the bond between the two.


Ko Afno Ko Birano

Dulaha Raja Dulahi Rani

Yestai Hunchha Pirati

The movie debuted actress Sajja Mainali in Nepali film industry.


Jeevan Rekha


Hami Teen Bhai

Truck Driver

Upakar (not available)

Unko Samjhanama


Prem Yuddha

Nata Ragatko

Shreeman Shreemati

Soon Chandi

Following movies are not available now:

Shree waited for 46 years to get married,  an age his colleagues actors like Bhuwan KC and Shiva Shrestha had already married twice. It is sad, he couldn’t enjoy his married life as he fell sick soon after the marriage before he died in a hospital in New Delhi. Few days before his death, he had sent an audio message to his fans to watch his last movie ‘Kohinoor’ from his hospital bed. It was later revealed that bone cancer was the cause of his death. Appreciating his contribution to the Nepali film industry, Nepal government had given Shree a state honor.

Leave a ReplyCancel reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.