We all know Rekha Thapa as the number one actress in Nepali film industry. You might not know the other side of the actress – she is also a singer. Rekha has sung a song in the movie ‘Barsaat’. The singers in the song ‘Jindagiko Lamo Yatra ‘ are choreographer Shankar BC and actress Rekha Thapa. Both of them sound flawless, like professional singers. The lyrics of the song is written by Shankar BC who is also the director of the video.
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The shooting of Rekha and Sabin star movie ‘Barshat’ has finished in 20 days. The film unit had worked for about 14 hours a day to finish it in such a short duration. The movie is directed by Sanu Shakya and is produced by Mohan Krishna Shrestha and Gajendra Ranjit.
In another report, Shovit Basnet has signed in Rekha in his upcoming movie “Jau Hida Pokhara”. Shovit attempt to feature Sabin Shrestha in the lead role in the movie has however faced some financial hurdles. Shovit is not willing to pay the amount Sabin is demanding.
The following modeling shots were done for online edition of Kantipur publication. Sabin Shrestha is featured opposite to Rekha Thapa in Rekha Films’ movie in theater ‘Rawan’. The couple will be repeated again in their upcoming movie ‘Barsat’. Sabin’s debut movie “Andaz” was also made by Rekha Films and had Rekha in the leading female role.
It seems, the Rekha – Sabin on-screen couple has a bright future in Nepali movie industry.
Rekha’s foot on Sabin’s crotch in the photo shot below is a classic shot.
The on-screen couple in Rekha Thapa’s upcoming movie ‘Rawan’, Rekha and Sabin Shrestha are going to be featured again together in another movie named ‘Barshat’. The movie ‘Barshat’ is being made by Mohankrishna Shrestha and Gajendra Ranjit. The producer duo had previously produced ‘Kanyadaan’ and ‘Raj’. The new movie ‘Barshat’ will be made in a love story.
The couple Rekha and Sabin debuted in “Andaz” and ‘Barshat’ will be their third venture together. Sabin was featured in action roles in ‘Andaz’ and ‘Rawan’. What type of role he is playing in ‘Barshat’ however is not known.
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