Three new actors are debuting in the sequel of the hit movie ‘Darpan Chhaya’ named ‘Darpan Chhaya 2’. The movie doesn’t have the original star cast and the director Tulsi Ghimire also says that the two movies aren’t linked with each other. The movie ‘Darpan Chhaya 2’ is going to release on Falgun 16, 2073 BS (March 10, 2017).
Photo – Sahara Karki, Puspal Khadka and Shraddha Prasai (Left to Right)
Video of Darpan Chhaya 2 press meet:
The movie is introducing three new actors in the Nepali film industry:
- Shraddha Prasai – Actress
- Puspal Khadka – Actor
- Sahara Karki – Actress
Shraddha Prasai Profile
I wrote an article last year – 7 NRN Actresses in Nepali movies, Shristi Shrestha to Meruna Magar. Now, when I go back and read the article, I realize that I had failed to define what NRN actually mean. That is a very crucial factor to determine who is NRN and who is not.
Who is a Non Resident Nepali (NRN) actress?
The term Non Resident Nepali (NRN) is very loosely used in practice. Nepali citizen who go temporarily to foreign countries to work or study are often referred as NRN. If that were the case a lot of Nepali actresses can be termed NRN because, actress Priyanka Karki, Nisha Adhikari, Ashishma Nakarmi etc. had studied in the USA and had lived there for a while. Reecha Sharma had also gone to a foreign country for a training. A lot of other actresses have gone to India for training or work. We have a lot of Indian actresses in Nepali film industry. We don’t consider actresses like Niruta Singh, Tripti Naadkar, or Sushmita KC as foreign or NRN actresses, although they have their parental home in India and might be carrying an Indian passport.