Komal Oli decided to remain unmarried throughout her life?

According to the latest Teej song of Komal Oli, she has no interest to get married. But, the lyrics of the song is not written by herself but another singer and musician, Pashupati Sharma. Songs are songs – they don’t relate to one’s life. But, in the case of Komal Oli, it has turned out to be true.

Last year, Komal Oli sang – “This is the last time I will be searching for a husband.” In the same song, the lyricist Pashupati Sharma suggested her to join politics and be a politician. It seems, she has followed his advice and joined Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP). It was not only joining the party, she resigned from the Radio Nepal job to be a full time politician. The party also responded by electing Oli the Central Committee Member of the party. Now, after being a politician, the song says – “I will live and die for my country. I have no interest in getting married.

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6 second of Rajesh Hamal dance in a Teej song, in woman’s appearance (video)

The superstar actor Rajesh Hamal is being featured in a Bhadra 9 (August 25, 2016) release movie ‘Sakuntala’. Based on the character, a Teej music video featuring Rajesh Hamal in a woman’s role is released on July 19, 2016. In the music video, Rajesh Hamal has performed a short but nice dance. Watch the Teej music video. (The music video is attached at the end of the post)

In the music video – Rajesh Hamal appears at 2:15 and ends at 2:42. It is really short. Another appearance is at 4:34 to 4:44.

rajesh hamal dance in teej song

The music video features actors Kishor Khatiwada, Shankar BC, and Smriti Shrestha. The song is made on the lyrics and music of Ek Narayan Bhandari. The singers are Jiwan Pariyar and Keshu Guurng. The choreographer of the music video is Shankar BC, camera by Rajesh Ghimire, editing by Nabin Gharti Magar.  Continue reading

Komal Oli’s song banned in Nepal Television

komal-oli-bridal-dress There have been a series of banning in Nepal recently. It looks like, various government agencies are depressed by the failure to form a government two after the resignation of he current PM and are venting their dissatisfaction in the form of banning everything they don’t like personally.

This time, a promo of an upcoming album of Komal Oli was banned from Nepal Television. Komal Oli once used to be the news anchor at the TV. The promo was being broadcasted in the television for a couple of weeks. It was suddenly halted on Sunday.

In the controversial song, calls Lord Shiva a Badmas.

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