Richa Sharma, who has been struggling in the field of Nepali art for a long time, has been continuously struggling to put her future on a bright path. Talking to MNM Nepal program presenter Madan Rizal, Richa said that she has known Dipesh since she was a judge of Miss Nepal 2012. Dipesh, who was traveling with his girlfriend, was later identified with the help of another person for the promotion of the movie Kesari.
Richa has said that they became close when they started talking for a long time on Viber when they talked about the meeting when they went to Dhading. After coming from Dhading on the first day, she said that her first date was the day she left home after traveling around the Kathmandu Ring Road in the evening. She said that Kiki Adhikari and Rima Vishwakarma were equally important to her. Richa suggested that Pooja Sarma speaks what she likes, so if she improves her speech, she will be better and Anmol should take more acting classes to improve her acting.
Richa Sharma, the leading actress in the movie “Hijo Aaj Ka Kura” reached the final 10 of Miss Nepal 2007. Richa, who got married while struggling in the field of artistry, has joined the film industry in a short time despite becoming a mother of one child. She has said that she got different experiences when she was struggling in the Nepali film industry or in different fields. Richa has said that there is a lot of difference between life before becoming a mother and life after becoming a mother.
Richa suggested giving birth to a child only after thinking a lot and getting ready for everything. There is no shortage in our friendship’ Richa said to Keki – ‘The thing called a child is to give birth after thinking about it, thinking about it and preparing it in all aspects including mental and physical. Richa also praised Keki’s performance at the premiere of ‘Hijo Aajka Kura’ held on Wednesday. I am seeing Keki’s progress day by day. I want to see this progress further,” she added. Richa, who was also an actor in the film ‘Hijo Aaja ko Kura’, said that the film was also good.
“Hijo Aaja ko Kura”, which the audience liked a lot on the small screen, has come to the big screen, said Richa. Actress Keki Adhikari also said that the film was better than she expected and that it will teach many things about life. “Yesterday Today’s Kuro” is more of a brand than a film, said Keki. Keki, who said that she liked the film, said that she expected the audience to like the film as well.