Filmmakers hand over 12-point memorandum to Province 1 govtBy The Rising Nepal
Nepal Filmmakers Association of Province 1 has submitted a 12-point memorandum to the provincial government. The Filmmakers’ Association submitted the memorandum with various demands to promote Nepali films in the province and develop a film city.
The Kapil Sharma Show to come back soon, reveals Krushna Abhishek with a throwback videoBy The Rising Nepal
After going on a break earlier this year, television's popular comedy show The Kapil Sharma Show will soon be back with a new season.
Women are treated as second class citizens in cinema: StudyBy The Rising Nepal
A study on ‘Representation of Women and Girls in Nepal’s Cinema’ by Plan International Nepal under its social campaign ‘Girls Get Equal’ has revealed that the traditionalist role of women in Nepali films perpetuate harmful stereotypes that prevent girls and young women from fulfilling their true potential.
Actress Yami Gautam, director Aditya Dhar tie knotBy The Rising Nepal
Actress Yami Gautam and film-maker Aditya Dhar tied the knot in an “intimate wedding ceremony.” The ‘Vicky Donor’ actress and 38-year-old ‘Uri’ director took to social media to share the news. Sharing a picture from their wedding ceremony, the couple quoted Persian poet Rumi, “In your light, I learn to love”.
Himesh Reshammiya releases the first look of his new album – Surroor 2021By The Rising Nepal
Himesh Reshammiya is all set to release his new album Surroor 2021 and his first teaser poster will feature his iconic cap and mic. Himesh with this album is also launching his music label Himesh Reshammiya Melodies and the first look and first song of Surroor 2021 will be out soon!
Leaks and piracy: downside of Nepali music industryBy The Rising Nepal
Born on 19th October 1984 in Kathmandu, Manas Ghale is a rap singer, songwriter and composer. First seen as 1/3 of the popular rap trio Nepsydaz, the group earned a young following for themselves hailing their tunes, dancing along to their beats after their second album Made in Nepal (2005). Their debut KTM Reality (2003), however, wasn’t as well-received for the lack of appreciation of Hip-Hop music in Kathmandu at that point of time. Thus, a well-oriented plan for their latter release was introduced...
Naagin 3 actor Pearl V Puri arrested for an alleged rape caseBy The Rising Nepal
Popular television actor Pearl V Puri has been arrested by the Mumbai Police. The actor who is well known for his role in the show Naagin was arrested in Vasai in connection with the rape of a minor.
Shooting can finally commence in Maharashtra from June 7 as state government announces unlock planBy The Rising Nepal
The government officially announced that the said unlock plan is indeed on. The CMO Maharashtra tweeted the notice and also neatly explained the criteria for different levels of the district.
Raj Kapoor’s biography by Rahul Rawail to be released on December 14By The Rising Nepal
Bollywood film director and editor, Rahul Rawail has announced that the biography of legendary actor Raj Kapoor will be released on his birth anniversary on December 14.
Swastima begins campaign to assist film techniciansBy The Rising Nepal
Sharing a video on her Instagram, she appealed to the people to extend their helping hands to assist the film technicians who are in trouble due to the pandemic.
Stay Positive, Spiritually StrongBy Pushpa Priya
Positive thinking develops antibody and boosts the immunity system in our body, especially at the time of the COVID-19 pandemic. Conquering the second wave of the pandemic is more challenging compared to the challenges we had faced when the first wave of the pandemic had spread.
Culture Connectivity In NepalBy The Rising Nepal
Culture gives us the necessary light. It gives us a sense of purpose in human existence. It embodies values that bind society together. Culture is a kind of lens through which we are capable of knowing and remembering the past that is our heritage. It is revealing the broader horizons of the past and illuminating the future, not in details, but in showing the direction in which the society is moving. To live without a cultural memory is not to live at all. In the words of William Harrell Mallock...
Quaint Customs Of RanasBy The Rising Nepal
The 104-year Rana rule gave rise to a lot of quaint customs and strange traditions, which although may sound anachronistic, and at times, laughable in today’s perspective, were quite invaluable in those days. Some of such customs and practices are given here for the readers' perusal:
Dairy Products Enhancing Nutrition, ImmunityBy The Rising Nepal
The nutritional significance of milk and milk products is always held in high esteem. Since times immemorial, it has been considered a pious offering, a befitting food for God. Today, dairy products are an integral part of the daily diet globally. Milk is the closest natural food substitute to human milk for an infant and hence is considered as a complete food for neonates. As we celebrate the 21st “World Milk Day” on June 1st, 2021, there is a need to increase awareness of the nourishing aspects...
A Valley Of MisnomersBy Aashish Mishra
“Once upon a time, there were three water pitchers at Indra Chowk,” 63-year-old Narendra Shrestha recounts the story he used to hear from his grandmother. “This led to the place being called Swongha:, Swon meaning three in Nepal Bhasa and Gha: meaning pitchers,” he continues. “Over time, the ‘S’ disappeared and the place got named Wongha.” There is also another fable associated with the name, as Shrestha shares. “Wonta means east and Gha: means pitcher so pitchers placed in the...
Earthquakes Of Nepal: Research & AnalysisBy The Rising Nepal
Facts provide knowledge and teach lessons. But, the question here is – who realises them first – the government or an individual researcher? It is a self-motivated individual researcher, who works seriously and makes facts shining for future generation with research. The government does its work, sees laws of land and people and if it feels things are done and duty is fulfilled, it is okay. Also, what is seen is government keeps changing and the cycle repeats. In the process, the facts finding...
Mercury Marches In Sun's NeighbourhoodBy The Rising Nepal
As darkness would descend on earth, the night skies of this month would come alive and offer sky-gazers the spectacular sights of the prominent planets, scintillating stars and confounding constellations along with other exceptional entities o
Kutuma Kutu becomes most watched Nepali songBy The Rising Nepal
Famous Nepali song “Kutuma Kutu” has become the most popular Nepali song on YouTube.
Grammy nominee Mike Posner scales SagarmathaBy The Rising Nepal
American Grammy nominee singer and song writer Mike Posner reached atop Mount Everest (Sagarmatha) Tuesday morning. According to Mingma Shrepa, chairman of Seven Summit Tracks, singer Poser reached conquered the highest peak at 4:45 am on Tuesday. Singer Posner scaled the world’s highest peak Mt. Everest to raise money for the Detroit Justice Centre through corporate sponsors and a GO