Three celebrity sons got married this week.
- Mohit Bamsha Acharya (Hari Bamsha Acharya’s son)
- Sakriya Malla (Krishna Malla and Sharmila Malla’s son)
- Dipesh Raj Giri (Deepak Raj Giri’s son)
Comedy actor and the writer/producer of ‘Chha Ekan Chha’, ‘Woda Number 6’ and ‘Chhakka Panja’, Deepak Raj Giri, got a new daughter-in-law, Mira Gyawali. His son Dipesh Raj Giri got married in a private family function. A few close friends and families were invited to the wedding.
Well known actor of the past, Krishna Malla, and his wife, also a well known actress of the past, Sharmila Malla also got a daughter-in-law this week. Their only child Sakriya Malla got married in a private function. A number of film industry personalities were invited in the reception party held after the marriage.
Nepali Movie – Gajalu
Starring – Anmol KC, Shristi Shrestha, Gaurav Pahari, Salon Basnet, Menuka Pradhan, Gauri Malla, Krishna Malla, Bishow Basnet, Rhitik Shahi etc.
Director – Hem Raj BC
The debut movie of Miss Nepal 2012, Shristi Shrestha, ‘Gajalu’ is a movie about Kumari, the living goddess in Nepal. A presentation of Rohit Adhikari Films in association with BC Motion Pictures, the movie is produced jointly by Rohit Adhikari and Hemraj BC. The music and lyrics by Hercules Basnet, Kali Prasad Baskota, and Jaing, colourist is Rajendra Moktan, sound design by Uttam Neupane, director of photography is Shailendra D Karki, choreographer is Keshav Thapa, VFX by Krishna Shrestha and the associate director is Mahesh Bara.
Watch full movie ‘Gajalu’
The following video lists eight Nepali actresses who had preferred an already married man to an unmarried one, to get married. I think, some of them might have preferred a married man instead of an unmarried man because of their experience in dealing with women. Unmarried men usually feel insecure when dealing with a woman. Married men are more confident with women and know how to please them. Is that the main reason the following list of actresses married an already married man?
Let’s watch the following video report on the actresses before a detailed discussion on the topic:
Was Sharmila Malla looking for an experienced man?
Among the actresses mentioned in the video, actress Sharmila Malla is the only actress who had been the fourth wife, others are either third or the second wives of their husbands. It is surprising how Sharmila roped-in her husband, Krishna Malla, into her love and stopped his marrying-spree. Krishna Malla had already married three women in a young age but stopped marrying new girls after marrying Sharmila in the last 30-years they are living together.
Now, the main question, was Sharmila attracted to Krishna Malla because of his previous experiences with various women? May be, experience pays off. But, at the time of her marriage, Sharmila had no idea that Krishna Malla had married other women before her. In an interview, Sharmila told that she didn’t know about Krishna Malla’s earlier marriages until she gave birth to her son. Based on Sharmila’s statement, although Krishna Malla didn’t tell her about his previous marriages at the time of their marriage, he must have shown the understanding and the talents that only a well experienced man can show to a girl.
Nepali Movie – Basudev
Starring – Harihar Shrama, Shakuntala Sharma, Krishna Malla, Sharmila Shah (Sharmila Malla), Nir Shah, Subhadra Adhikari, Chandarmala Sharma, Jitendra Mahat, Mukunda Shrestha, Rudra Raj Pandey, jayandra Chand, Laya Sangraula, Ramchandra Adhikari, Hari Bamsha Acharya,Madan Krishna Shrestha etc.
Director – Nir Shah
Nepali movie ‘Basudev’ is a presentation of Binod Chaudhari, currently the richest person in Nepal, the only billionaire from Nepal who made it to the Forbes’s list of the richest people in the world. The movie based on the story of Dr. Dhruba Chandara Gautam “Kattel Sir Ko Chotpatak”. The movie is the debut movie of actor Krishna Malla. His current wife featured his opposite in the movie is Sharmila Shah who later became Sharmila Malla after marrying Krishna. It is a possibility that the love affair between the two started at the set of the movie.
Made under the the banner of Manakamana Films, the movie was a super hit movie of its time, in 1985. The songs of the movie are still liked by a lot of listeners. One of the ever-green songs of the movie recorded in Robin Sharma’s voice is the song on the poem of poet Laxmi Prasad Devkota’s – ‘Yatri’. The movie features the cinematography of Prem Upadhaya, screenplay of Nir Shah, dialogue of Mukunda Shrestha and produced jointly by Binod Chaudhay, Sophie Upadhyaya and Nir Shah.
Watch full movie ‘Basudev’:
Nepali Movie – Raanko
Starring – Shiva Shrestha, Bhuwan KC, Bijaya Lama, Krishna Malla, Gauri Malla, Kristi Mainali, Mithila Sharma, Sunil Thapa, Basundhara Bhusal, Santosh Panta, Subhadra Adhikari, Madan Das Shrestha, Sushila Rayamajhi, Jitendra Mahat Abhilashi, Kishor Malakar etc.
Director – Kishor Rana
The superhit Nepali movie ‘Raanko’ was a multi-starrer movie by Om Trinetra Production. The presentation of Bishnu Gopal Shrestha, ‘Ranko’ features the cinematography of Pramod Pradhan / Hari Ray, story by Abinash Sharestha. In dialogue Man Bahadur Mukhiya had helped Abinash Shrestha.
Nepali Movie – Bijaya Parajaya
Starring – Bhuwan KC, Saroj Khanal, Krishna Malla, Sharmila Malla, Sushila Rayamajhi, Rupa Rana, Diwakar Sharma, Brajesh Khanal etc.
Director – Rajendra Shalav
The movie ‘Bijaya Parajaya’ is an action revenge drama movie presented by Nirakar. Script of the movie is written by Shailesh Acharya and Brajesh Khanal. Desh Bhakta Khanal is the chief assistant director, Chiranjivi Basnet is the production controller, action by Yubaraj Lama / Rajendra Khadgi, choreography by Basanta Shrestha, music by Sambhujit Baskota, cinematography by Javed Shah (assisted by Ramshankar Pradhan), editing by Ashok Parekh, concept/story – Shailesh Acharya.
Nepali Movie – Sankalpa
Starring – Shiva Shrestha,Krishna Malla,Vijay Singh Shah,Sharmila Malla,Kristi Mainali,Madan Das Shrestha, Sushila Rayamajhi, Rabi Shah, Ramesh Budhathoki, Bhuwan KC, Laya Sangraula, Taiyab Shah, Gagan Birahi, Tika Pahadi, Sunil Thapa etc.
Director – Shyam Rai
Nepali movie ‘Sankalpa’ is a hit movie produced by Om Shiva Shakti Films and presented by Kedar Shrestha. The movie features Bhuwan KC and Tika Pahadi in guest roles. Child artists are Mela Baskota, Raman Shrestha and Nabaraj. In addition to acting, Ramesh Budhathoki is also the chief assistant director in the movie. The movie is made on the story of Krishna Malla, script/dialogue of Brajesh Khanal, with additional help of Gagan Birahi and Laya Sangraula in dialogue. The film’s editing is done by Deepak Patel, choreography by Basanta Shrestha, lyrics by Gagan Birahi, music by Sambhujit Baskota, cinematography by Manju Kumar Shrestha. The movie is jointly produced by Gagan Shrestha, Hari Maharjan and Ballav Maharjan.
Nepali Movie – Badal
Starring – Bhuwan KC, Sharmila Malla, Krishna Malla, Bina Budhathoki, Tika Pahari, Ramchandra Adhikari, Laya Sangarula etc.
Director – Krishna Malla
Nepali movie ‘Badal’ is a presenttion of Screenworld by Gagan Birahi. The movie features the music of Ram Thapa and is produced jointly by Bhawani Shrestha, Sharmila Malla and Hari Maharjan. Action direction by YR Lama, choreography by Pramod Shah/ Raju Shah, chief assistant director is Ramesh Budhathoki, editing by Ashok Parekh, cinematographer is Shyam Mohan Shrestha and script/dialogue by Brajesh Khanal.
Nepali Movie – Yestai Hunchha Pirati
Starring – Shree Krishna Shrestha, Melina Manandhar, Shyam Shrestha, Sajja Mainali, Laxman Jung Thapa, Bishow Basnet, Krishna Malla, Mukunda Shrestha, Ramesh Budhathoki, Gopal Raj Mainali, Khem Sharma etc.
Director – Sagar Dhungel
‘Yestai Hunchha Pirati’ is the debut movie of Sajja Mainali, daughter of popular comedy actor Gopal Raj Mainali. Laxman Jung Thapa was also introduced in the movie. The story of the movie is written by Bishal Pokharel. The movie is presented by Sagar Dhungel for Devashram Films.
In a press meet held in Kathmandu on January 20, program details of Kathmandu International Film Festival (KIFF) was announced. The first edition of the film festival will run for 5 days from Magh 13 to 17 (January 27 to January 31, 2014).
The festival will features 12 movies from Nepal, Russia, India, Israel, South Korea, Spain, France, Norway, and South Africa.
We posted a big list of photos of Nepali artists celebrating the biggest festival in Nepal, Dashain. We have more photos to share with our readers so, this second update on the Dashain celebration of Nepali artists.
Actress Priyanka Karki wore red Tika and jamara in Qatar. Although away from home, she had a special celebration with actress/singer Komal Oli, actor Rajesh Hamal, actor/pilot Bijaya Lama and others.
Priyanka took tika from Rajesh Hamal:
Nepali Movie – Raat, a night story
Starring – Gajit Bista, Januka Dhakal, Anil Tamang, Shalini Bhattarai, Himal Rijal, Krishna Malla etc.
Director – Nawal Nepal
‘Raat’ is a movie by Sangam Bista
One of the participants of the indefinite hunger strike, Bimal Poudel, has to withdraw himself from the protest after his 69-year-old father died in Chitwan. His father was suffering from problems in his kidney.
In a program held to mark 99th birthday of the first elected prime minister of Nepal, BP Koirala, actress Jharana Thapa was honored by an award. Nepali Congress president Sushil Koirala handed over the award to the actress. Other Nepali movie artists honored in the program include actress Jharana Bajracharya, actress Garima Pant, actor Krishna Malla, RP Panta, Sunil Thapa, Jitu Nepal, Deepak Raj Giri, Sambhujit Baskota and Prabhakar Sharma among others.
In response to the award, Jharana told:
Puspanjali Production presents, Bhuwan KS’s
Nepali Film – Sapana
Starring – Shiva Shrestha, Bhuwan KC, Karishma Manandhar (KC), Mausami Malla, Neer Shah, Subhadara Adhikari, Muralidhar, Sunil Thapa, Ratan Subedi, Krishna Malla, Kristi Mainali etc.
Story – Kajal
Director/Editor – Shambhu Pradhan
You can watch the new version of ‘Sapana’ here. It features Aryan Sigdel, Rajesh Hamal, Arjun Karki, Nandita KC, Kushum Sharma, Mithila Sharma etc. and is directed by Pradeep Shrestha.