Mira Acharya, a radio anchor of Radio Nepal and wife of renowned comedian Hari Bansha Acharya has died at the age of 46.
After a heart attack on Sunday (April 17) Mira was admitted to the hospital for treatment. She didn’t recovered and was put in a ventilator on Monday. Hari Bamsha wanted her to die after their son Trilok returned from US on Wednesday morning.
Mira and Hari Bamsha have two sons Trilok Achary and Mohit Bamsha Acharya. Mohit is going to act in leading role in his debut movie "Maya ko Bari".
Our heartfelt condolence to the the family of Hari Bansha Acharya and wish the soul of Mira rest
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Photo of last good-bye of Mira Acharya (photo credit Nagariknews)
Gopal Bhutani, a fight director and actor of Nepali movie industry, has died 11:00 AM on Tuesday, November 23, 2010 at the age of 78. He was seriously ill for some time and when the condition deterized on Sunday, he was admitted to the Janamaitri Hospital in Balaju.
Bhutani doesn’t have any relatives, so the last rites will be done by fight director Rajendra Khadgi. Bhutani loved Rajendra Khadgi very much and used to call him son.
Bhutani, a Tamang by birth will be put to rest according to the Tamang ethnic rituals in Shyambhu.
Bhutani started his career in movie in the 1940s in Bombay, India. His first Nepali movie was "Manko Baadh" re
leased in BS 2032. Then he started as a fight director in "Jeevan Rekha".
Our condolence to the deceased soul. (Photo credit – nagariknews)
Actress Mahima (Laxmi) Pokharel has died on a motorbike accident while returning from a movie shooting at Kabhre, East of Kathmandu. Actress Pokharel was riding back to Kathmandu with actor Dinesh Khadka when a cargo truck dashed their motorcycle from behind on BP Highway.
Pokharel died at the scene and Khadka is admitted in Dhulikhel hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. They were acting in a movie named â€œAdhikarâ€.