Actress BC passes away


By A Staff Reporter,Kathmandu, Nov. 10: Actress and model Dipasha BC passed away while undergoing treatment at Norvic International Hospital on Thursday afternoon.

She was 28. 

According to Sarita Bharati, a journalist and model, Dipasha was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday night. Medical professionals discovered an excessive amount of poison in her system during treatment, 

she added.

Her body was taken to the TU (Teaching Hospital) in Kathmandu on Thursday evening for post-mortem.

Since her mother and younger sister are currently in Dubai, the cremation will take place upon their arrival, said her family sources.

Dipasha, also known as ‘Jalpari’ in the world of modelling and films, made her mark with roles in movies such as ‘Birano Maya’, ‘Chaal’, ‘Dulahi Rani’, and ‘Jheli’. She had made her debut in the film industry with ‘Dulahi Rani’ in the year 2011.

Her sudden demise has sent shockwaves throughout the Nepali movie and music industry.

Model Anju Niraula shared her deep sadness over the untimely demise of Dipasha. She described Dipasha as a sociable, cheerful, and kindhearted individual who had achieved considerable success in 

her career.

Singer Shiva Pariyar took to Facebook to express his grief, “A sad incident that should not have happened has occurred. I pray for the peace of your soul, Deepasa.”

Singer Promod Kharel also expressed his disbelief and offered heartfelt condolences, mentioning that Dipasha would now reside in Baikuntha, a heavenly abode.

Actor Gajit Bista, Model Manjita KC, model Samjhana Budhathoki, singer Laxmi Acharya and others also conveyed their profound condolences on Dipasha’s 

untimely demise.

In addition to her work in music and film, Dipasha was a successful entrepreneur who managed the Glow Beauty Studio in Kathmandu. She was known for her modelling work and had collaborated on approximately 1,000 

folk duet songs.

In addition to her acting career, she has gained fame from her roles in popular songs such as ‘Patali 2’, ‘Nami Mai’, ‘Maitiko Desh’, ‘Banama Chari’, ‘Janna Farker’,  ‘Gharbeti’,  ‘Ho Mero Saree’,  ‘Lau Maryo Mayale’,  ‘Sindoor Lauchhu Piyari’, and ‘Rato Saree Larakkai’ among others.

Furthermore, she was a highly skilled dancer who had graced the stage at around 300 festivals and events. 

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