KATHMANDU, Aug 26: On the occasion of the Russian Center for Science and Culture’s 35 years of establishment in Nepal, Shailee Theater will be presenting ‘Vayupankhi Mann’. The play is an adaptation of popular Russian writer Anton Chekov’s one-act play ‘The Bear’, which has been translated into Nepali by critic Mahesh Poudel.
The play deals with repressed human emotions and also shows the difference between what people say and what they actually want. Chekov has presented the consequences and effects of repressed and unsatisfied sexual desires.
KATHMANDU, Aug 26: Bina Sarkar Ellias, the Editor, Designer and Publisher of the award winning biannual art magazine, ‘International Gallerie’ is in the town for the launch of the magazine’s latest issue which features Nepal and its various artistic works. Just a day before the launch, which is scheduled to take place on Wednesday at Hotel De l’ Annapurna, Bina Sarkar Ellias gave a presentation about the Burma issue of International Gallerie at the auditorium of Himalayan Bank in Kamaladi on Tuesday.
KATHMANDU, Aug 26: The 2014 feature film ‘Jhola’ has been selected to compete in the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 87th Academy Awards (the Oscars). The movie will be screened at the award ceremony being held in Los Angeles on February 2015.
The Foreign Language Film Award Committee (Nepal) selected the movie over ‘Mokshya’, which was also nominated for the competition.
KATHMANDU, Aug 26: The third annual edition of Paleti Utsav will see performances by singers Deepak Kharel, Kunti Moktan and Aavas this September, according to a press statement issued by organizer nepa~laya.
Singer Deepak Kharel, renowned for his evergreen numbers ‘Timro Tyo Hasilo Muhaarko’ and ‘Pratichhya Gara Meri Mayalu’, did a comeback through Paleti series last year after a long gap in his musical career. In the Paleti Utsav, Kharel is all set to perform a couple of new songs, too.
KATHMANDU, Aug 26: Lyricist Ratna Shumsher Thapa, singer Prem Dhwaj Pradhan, actor/director Neer Shah and music composer Sambhujeet Baskota jointly released ‘Apuro Mann’, a music album by Late singer Phatteman Rajbhandari, at Nepal Academy Hall in Kamaladi on Sunday.
It took three years for the team to complete the album that incorporates five songs.