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meme NEPAL sued

meme NEPAL sued

- by Republica

Popular meme page, ‘meme Nepal’ was sued for their review on ‘Bir Bikram 2’ in their official YouTube channel. The review was posted on May 22. ...

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Traces on display at Park Gallery

Traces on display at Park Gallery

- by Republica

'Traces' is a printmaking exhibition that showcases a variety of works created by the students of Batch 2017, Kathmandu University, School of Arts, Department of Art and Design. The intensive printmaking course that led to this exhibition was completed under the mentorship of Kabi Raj Lama, printmaker and a visual artist.

Mukti and Revival’s ‘Swotantra’ launched

Mukti and Revival’s ‘Swotantra’ launched

- by Republica

Nepali blues band Mukti and Revival launched their new album, ‘Swotantra’ at Patan Musuem, Lalitpur on Saturday. This is the band’s fifth studio album after ‘Kalanki ko Jam’, ‘Bujhhai Deu’, ‘Dekhdai Chhu Ma’, and ‘Sadhai Bhari’.

Tisca Chopra turns feature film writer with a thriller

Tisca Chopra turns feature film writer with a thriller

- by Agencies

After turning producer and writer with her acclaimed short ‘Chutney’, actor Tisca Chopra has penned a feature film script of a thriller, which is currently in the final stage. Chopra said she is also developing stories for the digital medium as a producer.

California show explores Warhol’s social, tech foreshadowing

California show explores Warhol’s social, tech foreshadowing

- by Associated Press

Before Instagram and Facebook, before selfies and filters that perfect selfies, there was Andy Warhol, using his art to imbue friends, family, celebrities — even himself — with a certain mystique. A retrospective of Warhol’s work on display in San Francisco captures the artist’s ability to use paintings, drawings, photographs and other mediums to create buzz-worthy personas the way people do now using social media.

Heroes don't want to work with me as my films are about softer men: Sudhir Mishra

Heroes don't want to work with me as my films are about softer men: Sudhir Mishra

- by Agencies

Filmmaker Sudhir Mishra says male actors don't want to work in his films as his heroes are "frailed and vulnerable", a nuance which goes for a toss in formulaic cinema. Mishra, known for films like 'Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi', 'Chameli' and 'Inkaar', is drawn towards grey characters as he believes they are not only cinematic but also real.