Rekha Thapa has started the election promotion of CPN Maoist by joining the Mechi-Mahakali awareness campaign. She will assist Maoist chairman Puspa Kamal Dahal in the promotion programs. Rekha has joined the campaign on the fourth day of it’s start. She has already reached on the campaign trail at Butwal.
Rekha says that she wasn’t felling well to participate in the initial days of the campaign.
Rekha Thapa’s election music video ‘Hota Chunaw’ is attached below. The music video features Rekha, Aayush Rijal and other dancers. (The shooting report of the music video was posted earlier)
The music video features the voices of Udit Narayan Jha and Kalpana. The cinematographer of the video is Shiva Dhakal, choreographer is Kamal Rai. The lyrics of the song was written by Upendra Sahani and the music is composed by Shikhar Shantosh.
Although Rekha Thapa wasn’t successful in getting the ticket in the election she is actively participating in the promotion of the party. Rekha was recently seen in the eastern Tarai dancing for an upcoming music video album. The music album was shot in Bara, Parsa and Rautahat districts.
The music video is being produced in coordination of Prabhu Shah under the direction of CPN Maoist party. The music videos are directed by Kishor Rana Magar.
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Wishes for the speedy recovery of Bara 4, CPN-UML candidate Mohamed Alam.
The CPN Maoist had recommended Rekha Thapa as the party candidate in Parsa 1 constituency. But, when the nomination was filed, it was found that Rekha’s name wasn’t in the Election Commission’s voters list. A candidate can’t participate in election if the name is not in the voters’ list.
Rekha says, “CPN Maoist had respectfully chosen me as one of the candidates. I had registered myself as a voter in Kathmandu. But, because of the technical problem in the Election Commission, my name was missing in the voters’ list.”