Smriti Dhungana is a multimedia correspondent with Nagarik/Republica National Daily. Mostly, Dhungana covers news related to arts, culture, movie, youth, social and women. She is also a photojournalist for The Week, a supplement to Republica English daily.
KATHMANDU – In the year 2073, 86 Nepali movies were released from Baishak 10 to Chaitra 25. The most popular forms of entertainment, is continuously growing with large investment on movie making process in Nepali movie industry.
KATHMANDU, April 1: Indian comedian Rajpal Yadav on Saturday has visited Giranchaur Integrated Settlement constructed by Dhurmus Suntali Foundation for 65 families who were rendered homeless in the last greatest earthwuake that hit Nepal.
KATHMANDU, March 22: Nepali actress Priyanka Karki, who was busy in shooting, was immediately admitted to Norvic Hospital. Karki was taken to Norvic Hospital for treatment after she lost her consciousness in the set of her new movie ‘Butterfly’.
If you are traveling when a Nepal bandh has been called, you will inevitable run into a lot of trouble. That’s what happened during my trip to Lumbini where I got stuck on the way for hours on end, and reached the hotel I was staying in only at 1 am in the morning instead of the scheduled 10 pm earlier that night.
KATHMANDU, March 16: The trailer of the movie ‘Gham Pani’ has been released. The promo of the movie, directed by film critic Dipendra Lama, was released on Thursday amid a special program in the capital.
KATHMANDU: Many Nepalis have enlisted themselves in the international arena as a successful individual. From Manisha Koirala to Prawal Gurung, they have made Nepal very proud by establishing themselves in their respective profession.
KATHAMNDU, March 8: Hollywood actor Jet Li is busy meeting with Buddhist religious leaders. He met with Yagi Rimpochhe, a religious teacher at Sherchan monastery located in Bauddha, Kathmandu on Friday. During an hour-long meeting, they discussed Buddhism.
KATHMANDU, March 5: The term “dust” has become a common term among the inhabitants of Kathmandu valley as if it were popular. Post-earthquake reconstruction activities, road expansion and the expansion of water pipes for the completion of Melamchi Drinking Water project are the main causes of dust that infests Kathmandu.
KATHMANDU, Feb 15: The Sajha Yatayat, a cooperative public transport limited, has launched night transport service. The night service is operated on five different routes in the Kathmandu Valley from 8 pm to 11 pm.