Naresh Bhattarai

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Naresh Bhattarai
Born Lok Darshan
(1978-02-26) 26 February 1978 (age 42)
Sarlahi, Nepal
Residence Shantinagar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Occupation Lyricist , Radio Personality, Presenter, Producer, Actor[1]
Years active 1996–present
Spouse(s) Muna Karki Bhattarai(2009–present)
Parents Ratna Manjari Bhattarai
Tulasi Prasad Bhattarai
Website
nareshbhattarai.com.np

Naresh Bhattarai (Template:Lang-ne) (born 26 February), is a media personality, Senior Radio Journalist,[2] TV program producer, presenter from 1996 and popular lyricist[3] with more than 300 songs recorded. Also, recognized script writer, actor who has contributed to numerous television commercials, feature films and music videos.

Acknowledged as ‘Voice of Nepal[4]’ for being one of the most popular media personality. Awarded as the busiest Emcee for the year 2014 (for hosting the highest number stage shows and ceremonies) [5] and Emcee of the year 2016.

Media career

Senior program producer & presenter

Radio

  • Image FM 97.9 : 2002 to till date
  1. Subha Din (the breakfast show)
  2. Cinema Bazar (Nepali Film Review show)
  3. Show Case (Nepali Film Review show)

Television

  • Terai Television (TTV) : 2009 to 2016
  1. Love and Life[6] (talk show that features respected and popular figures )
  2. Entertainment Weekly[7]’ (EW) (full-fledged entertainment show )
  3. Shake Hands - Personal Reconnect Show

Career

  • Program presenter at Image Channel, 2009 -2010
  • Program presenter for Nepal’s first News FM, Image News FM 103.6, 2008 to 2010
  • Acted as a model for numerous Television Commercials since 2007
  • Lead actor for mega serial ‘Gahana’, 2005
  • Acted in more than 12 feature films in various roles since 2005
  • Program Presenter for FM Adhyatma Jyoti 100 MHz, 1996
  • Program coordinator and presenter, Image FM 100 MHz, 1997-1999
  • Program coordinator and presenter, Classic FM 100 MHz, 1999-2002
  • Program presenter for first ever dance reality show ‘Aagan’ in "Nepal Television", 1999-2004
  • Acted in many music videos as an artist since 2002

Solo albums

  • Haraf
  • Height[8]

Discography

As a lyricist

  • Timi Nai Hau [9]
  • Kati Maya
  • Mann Nai Timro Badaliyasi
  • Selly I Love You
  • Dil Ko Dhoka
  • Mann Mero Mann
  • Hey Maya
  • Timi Nai Hau Priye
  • Aafnai Chhaya Le
  • Kehi Kura Ma Bhaanchhu[10]
  • Duniya Yastai Rahechha
  • Jay Shree Ram[11]
  • Jalay Ma Jalay[12]
  • Soltini[13]
  • Maile Jati Maya[14]
  • Ma ta Sojhi Sojhi[15]
  • Shiraima Shirbandi[16]
  • Lamo Bato[17]
  • Kina Aattinu[18]

Filmography

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Script Writer

Film
Bobby

As Lyricist

Song(s) Film
Sang Sangai Bachna Pau Lekhanta
Kasle Choryo Mero Mann Kismat
Na Kunai Bandhan The Yug Dekhi Yug Samma
Timi Matra Timi Timi Matra Timi
Basma Chaina Yo Mann Basma Chaina Yo Mann
Bandha Na Bandha Malai Dhoowa yo Nasha
Uttarai Bagne Mero Jeewan Sathi
Ae Hajur Bhagawan Sabai ko
Mero Dhadkan Don
Badnaam Albida
Jaba Samma Chhau Mero Saath Hitler
"Lade Lade" Timi Sanga
Udyo Mann Blind Rocks
Mahasush Blind Rocks
Susta Yo Happy Days
Yo ta maya ho Kaira

Awards

  • "Voice of Nepal" awarded by Kalash Events in the year 2014
  • "Best Lyricist" award for the song in feature film "Dhoowa yo Nasha[19]" in the year 2013
  • "Film Journalist Award 2008" by "Film Journalist Association of Nepal"
  • "Youth Ambassador for Peace" by Youth Federation for World Peace in 2008
  • "Popular Emcee of the Year 2014" by Box office film club
  • "Emcee of the Year 2016" by 1st Nepali Music Video Award, UAE
  • "Best Lyricist" award for the song "Su swagatam" sung by Anil Singh, awarded by 3rd Nepali Music Video Award 2018, Malaysia

External links

References

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