Namrata Shrestha Age, Biography, Family, Education, Wiki, Career Debut, Movies, TV Shows, Awards & Net Worth

Namrata Shrestha Age
Namrata Shrestha Age & Wiki:

Namrata Shrestha is a talented Nepalese actress and model. Her date of birth is 14 June 1985 in Dharan, Nepal. Namrata Shrestha age is [dob]. She is renowned for her part in Mero Euta Saathi Cha (2009) and Adhakatti (2015).

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Career:

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Shrestha showed up close by Karma in the lighthearted comedy Sano Sansar, where she played the personality of Ritu. Shrestha was new to acting and was chosen for the function notwithstanding her absence of involvement. In 2010, Shrestha appeared in her first theater execution, Jalpari. From that point forward, Shrestha has showed up in a line of prominent movies, including the Nigam Shrestha-helmed Chhadke close by Saugat Malla, Dayahang Rai and Robin Tamang; Maun where she plays a quiet lady.

In 2015, Shrestha featured in the film Soul Sister, playing two characters. The film additionally denoted her introduction as a vocalist for the tune ‘Bistarai’. The next year, in 2016, Shrestha featured in the film Classic, again close by Aryan Sigdel. Her role in the film acquired a Dcine Award for Best Actor and the National Film Award.

Shrestha at that point featured in the film Prasad to far reaching basic praise. In 2019, Shrestha featured in the activity film Xira, where she did every last bit of her own tricks and shaved off her hair. The film was not generally welcomed with the Kathmandu Post summarizing “Xira the Xira the film won’t let you appreciate Xira the character”

Movies:

  • Sano Sansar (2008) (Reetu)
  • Mero Euta Saathi Cha (2009) (Shika)
  • HIV Aids Awareness (2010)
  • Miss U (2012) (Jasmine)
  • Chhadke (2013) (Soli)
  • Maun (2013) (Barsha)
  • Megha (2014) (Megha)
  • November Rain (2014) (Sheetal)
  • Tandav (2014) (Maya)
  • Soul Sister (2015) (Maya)
  • Adhakatti (2015) (Namrata)
  • Classic (2016) (Dristi)
  • Homework (2016) (Anshu Raymajhi)
  • Sambhodhan (2016) (Parol)
  • Parva (2017) (Reetu)
  • Prasad (2018) (Narayani)
  • Xira (2019) (Xira)

Winning Awards:

  • INFA Awards
  • FAAN Awards
  • Dcine awards
  • NFDC Awards
  • LG Film Awards
  • Dcine Awards

Personal Life:

Before the arrival of her film, Mero Euta Sathi Chha (2009), a sex tape including Shrestha was spilled on to the web. Notwithstanding the embarrassment in a traditionalist nation like Nepal, Shrestha confessed to making the sex tape and would not be cowed. She has since made an effective rebound into the Nepali entertainment world and seems to have experienced next to zero repercussions the embarrassment.

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