Nepali movie – Truck Driver Starring – Shiva Shrestha, Karishma Manandhar, Madan Krishna Shrestha, Hari Bansha Acharya, Shri Krishna Shrestha, Bijaya Lama etc. Director – Raj Kumar Sharma
A presentation of Ashok Sharma, Nepali movie ‘Truck Driver’ was a super hit movie. The movie features Shiva Shrestha and Karishma Manandhar in leading roles. MaHa Jodi is also featured in comedy roles. Shree Krishna Shrestha and Bijaya Lama are also featured in the movie. The movie is made on the story of the musician Sambhujit Baskota, who has also composed the music of the movie.
Yes, it was the first time the popular comedian Madan Krishna Shrestha didn’t make other people happy. He made them sad because he was engulfed in sadness – because of the death of his nearest and dearest wife, Yasodha Subedi Shrestha.
Yasodha, Madan Krishna’s wife for almost half-a-century couldn’t win her battle with cancer and died on April 2. On the next day, she was cremated in Pashupati Aryaghat. At that time, Madan Krishna couldn’t control himself and cried a lot. The people around him couldn’t keep their eyes dry. That was one of the saddest moment for a lot of people. See the following video:
The ‘Ma’ of Ma-Ha, Madan Krishna Shrestha, lost his dearest wife to colon cancer on April 2, 2018. Yesodha Subedi was 67 years old. Madan and Yesodha have a son and a daughter. The son, Yaman Shrestha, is named after the parents “Ya” for Yasodha and “Man” for Madan.
UPDATE from Pashupati Arya Ghat:
Watch the video report (and their love story):
Madan Krishna’s love story:
Madan Krishna remembers found and tied the knot with his partner Yasodha Subedi when he was 23 years old. That was in the early 70s – a time when people of different caste were not allowed to marry, by the society. Subedi and Shrestha shared a common workspace at Sanchaya Kosh. At the time, Yasodha started to work as an assistant accountant, Madan had been working there for three. Continue reading
The love story between the comedy actor Madan Krishna Shrestha and his wife Yesoda Subedi is very interesting. That is because, inter-caste marriages was a taboo in that time. The love affair between a brahmin girl, Yesoda and a Newar boy, Madan Krishna was a no-starter. But, they decided get married and moved to a rented room in New Road. That was in 1974.
It was the Day Of Indra Jatra of 1974, Madan Krishna and Yesoda decided to leave their parental home and get married. Madan Krishna borrowed the marriage suit from his friends and they went to Suryabinayak Temple to get married. After a private and hurried marriage ceremony, they rented a room in New Road for Rs. 60 a month to live. Although none of the family members helped them in marriage, Madan Krishna’s friends helped them a lot.
We call our actors ‘heros’ because of the deeds they do in their movies. They are role models and girls dream to marry them. But, many of the top actors in the Nepali film industry are already married. Most of the wives are also the secret of their husband’s success. They might not be as popular as their husband, but they are equally important in the lives of our idols/superstars. Let me introduce you to the wives of Top 10 Nepali Actors:
Before diving into the details, watch a video I prepared a while ago:
Dayahang Rai and Benuka Rai
One of the most popular actor in the Nepali film industry is Dayahang Rai. Known for his down-to-earth nature and natural acting talent, Dayahang is considered unconventional hero in the film industry. Dayanag is married to Benuka Rai, a singer by profession. Benuka and Dayahang met during a recording of one of her songs and they started seeing each others. Benuka and Dayahang have a son. While Benuka has found a celebrity husband, he has also found a beautiful and smart wife. Continue reading
Comedy – London Airport 2 (I have named it myself) Starring – Madan Krishna Shrestha, Hari Bamsha Acharya Director – MaHa
This comedy was shown on stage at Pokhara Literature Festival being held in Pokhara on January 28, 2017). The same two characters of the original ‘London Airport’ – a play they did some two decades ago.
The play starts at 2:30. Enjoy:
Madan Krishna Shrestha and Hari Bamsha Acharya presented very funny comedy in the literature festival being held in Pokhara. In the show, Madha Krishna was featured as a foreigner tourist and Hari Bamsha was featured as a Nepali guy. Continue reading
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.
MaHa is the top comedy duo of Nepali entertainment industry. Madan Krishna Shrestha and Hari Bamsha Acharya are named MaHa after the first letters of their names. Maha in Nepali means honey. They are known to offer the movies and telefilms that taste good – something like honey. Here are the movies, telefilms and comedy programs featuring MaHa in xnepali:
The older of the two, Madan Krishna Shrestha is a trained singer.
Madan Krishna was born on Baishakh 7, 2007 BS in Jitpur Phedi, Kathmandu to to father Ram Krishna Lal Shrestha and mother Laxmi Devi Shrestha. He married Yeshoda Shrestha at the age of 24. They have a son, Yaman Shrestha and a daughter, Shrana Shrestha.
MaHa Comedy – Dr. Sunita Starring – Madan Krishna Shrestha, Hari Bamsha Acharya, Kali Sedhain, Shankar Shah, Mishri Thapa, Ramesh Adhikari, Kishor Bhandari, Uttam Kode, Laxman Tiwari, Chandani Malla, Kabita Tandukar, Dipak Lamichhane. Director – MaHa
The presentation of MaHa Sanchar, Nepali comedy telefilm ‘Dr. Sunita’ features background music by Manoj Rajbhandari, lyrics by Pradip Bhattarai, music by Jibit Jalmi, singer Reema Gurung, the chief assistant director is Pradip Bhattarai and the editor is Nimesh Shrestha. Like other telefilms of MaHa, this is also has a message for the society.
The comedy serial ‘Syabaas’ is a presentation of MaHa Sanchar in association with Antenna Foundation Nepal. ‘Syabaas’ marks the comeback of MaHa in Nepali comedy telefilms after a pause. The child artist in the movie is Sony Thakur. The 6-Episodes-long telefilm was broadcasted in television in December 2013 – January of 2014.
A presentation of MaHa in association with ICIMOD and IASS, the telefilm ‘Dhuwa’ is about the air pollution caused by smoke. The telefilm is prepared to create awareness among Nepali people to inform about the disadvantage of open fire. The telefilm also uses parrot animation with MaHa’s voice over.
Like all other MaHa comedy, this telefilm is funny and informative at the same time. Hari Bamsha is featured as a resident of Terai region. The telefilm was broadcasted in television in October.
The Nepali movie ‘Sukha Dukha’ is a presentation of Cine Kala Movies by Birendra Narayan Shrestha. The movie is directed by late director Shiva Regmi. Produced by Prabh Shreatha and Suraj Pradhan, the movie is also written by Shiva Regmi himself. The movie is made on a heart touching story on a social drama featuring the clash between the three generations of a family.
Tulsi Ghimire and Jaya Prakash Rijal are the guest artists in the movie and Sanjog Shrestha is featured as a child artist. Other notable artists in the movie include Ramchandra Adhikari, Birendra Hamal and Sushil Pokharel. Cinematography by Sambhu Sapkota, music by Sambhujit Baskota,