Teej is a fasting festival observed by women in Nepal. The festival is celebrated in August or early September in which, married women fast for the whole day to honor Lord Shiva and for the long and healthy life of their husband.
Unmarried girls fast, wishing for a competent husband. Traditionally Teej is celebrated for three days in which, the second day is the fasting day.
They represent the new generation! Some might see it as a bit too much but the future is theirs! Let’s accept them as they are and encourage the new girls take it over. (Photo credits – Matrika Poudel in facebook)
Even before its inauguration, Girls, a movie to be directed and produced by Prince is dragged into controversy. Invitation card of the inauguration ceremony of the Trends Nepal’s first venture featured the lead actress Jenisha with bare back.
But, Jenisha claimed that the body of the girl featured on the invitation card and poster is not hers. She claimed that her head was attached to somebody else’s body, digitally.
The producer and director, Prince, however said that they didn’t do any Photoshop tricks on the actress’s body. He also told that if Jenisha doesn’t admit the truth, she might even be out of the project.