At the time when the shooting of ‘Intu Mintu Londonma’ has been halted for a long time because of the visa rejection of Samragyee RL Shah, another film lost an actress because of visa rejection. After the actress of ‘Lily Bily’ Rebika Gurung’s visa application by the UK embassy, she has left the team. Actress Priyanka Karki has reportedly taken her place in the movie.
At the time when Rebika’s visa was rejected, Priyanka is in UK for the premier show of ‘Happy Days’. In response to her replacement, Rebika has written that, she has willingly left the team so that the shooting is not further delayed because of visa rejection and problem with her health.
Artists Visa Rejection
A lot of Nepali artists don’t return from their foreign visit. The trend of overstaying in western countries have created a very impression of Nepali artists that many of them get rejected. The failure to convince that they will return back to Nepal after the completion of the task had caused the majority of such rejections.
The deceased singer Yama Buddha, Anil Adhikari’s body being brought to Kathmandu on January 28, 2017 for the last rituals. The arrival is scheduled at 3:00 PM via Etihad Airlines.
Anil’s body will be kept in Pragya Bhawan for public display and last goodbye. In the evening of the same day, the last rituals will be conducted at Pashupati Aryaghat.
Yama Buddha report in Dailymail
The report published online in the UK newspaper, Dailymail, has created a controversy about who saw Anil Adhikari for the first time in the bathroom. In earlier report a guy living in the house, Roshan Bhattarai, had claimed that he had seen Anil in the bathroom for the first time.
The Nepali movie ‘Apabad’ is releasing in theaters in UK starting June 23.
Details of the show is as follows.
LONDON – 23 JUNE
Safari Cinema, Harrow,
FOLKESTONE – 15 JULY
K College, Folkestone,
The voices of Nepali all over the world is being heard, thanks to the recent development in communication and social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.
A group of Nepali youths in UK organized the protest event in front of the Embassy of Nepal in London to demand the timely constitution and co-operation from the Government. The protest event comprising of about 100 people started at 12pm midday. The protestors chanted slogan, recited poetry, sang songs , gave speech and handed over a letter to the Ambassador of Nepal for UK, to be delivered to speaker of CA.
The protest program ended at 2.15PM when Miss UK Nepal 2010, Nabina Gurung, and bloggers, Lex Limbu and Pradeep Kumar Singh went in the Embassy to handed over a letter and a petition signed by hundreds of participants. The petition demanded the government to draft constitution on time and move ahead for peace and political stability in the country and the letter to the Speaker of CA conveyed the similar message. The Nepali Ambassador to the UK, Dr. Suresh Chandra Chalise, promised to deliver the letter to the speaker of CA. The meeting lasted for about 20 minutes.
More photos from the event (Photo source – Nepali Unites UK)