Madan Krishna Shrestha

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Madan Krishna Shrestha
Native name मदन कृष्ण श्रेष्ठ
Born (1950-04-19) April 19, 1950 (age 64)
Kathmandu, Nepal
Nationality Nepali
Occupation Actor, Comedian, singer, writer

Madan Krishna Shrestha (Nepali: मदन कृष्ण श्रेष्ठ) is a Nepalese television actor and comedian.[1] He is one of the comedians in the Nepalese entertainment industry. He is well known for his method acting. He is one of the comedy duo, "MaHa Jodi", the other one being Hari Bansha Acharya.[2][3] He also performs on stage most of the time with his partner, Hari Bansha Acharya.

Family[edit]

Madan Krishna Shrestha was born on April 19, 1950. His mother, Laxmi Devi Shrestha, died during his childhood and was the reason for his seriousness.[citation needed] He and his wife live in Dhobidhara,Kathmandu, Nepal, and he has a son and a daughter both of whom reside in the United States.

Education[edit]

He received his primary education from the Montessori school, J.P. school and Padmadev School. He did his I.Com. at Mahendra Ratna Public College and attempted a B.A. at a private institute. Since he was very much involved in the field of art he could not make it through his graduation.[clarification needed]

MaHa fame[edit]

Madan Krishna Shrestha became noted by Nepalese viewers and critics after his performance in Rastriya Gaijatra Mahotsav in 2032 BS. Before meeting Hari Bansha Acharya he had contributions in art for 10 years. The duo have become a hit and have done many comedic dramas and events in all parts of the world.

Awards[edit]

  1. Gorkha Dakshin Bahu - His Majesty of Government
  2. Jagadamba Shree Award 2047 (1991) - Madan Puraskar Guthi
  3. Jaycess Youth Award 1988 - Nepal Jaycess
  4. Rastriya Yuba Gaurav Samman 2054 - Antarrastriya Manch Nepal
  5. Best Comedian 2043 (1986) - Lions Club Bishal Bazar
  6. Best Actor 2054 (1992) - Abhiyan
  7. Best Director 2048 (1992) - Tele Film Award
  8. Best Script Writer
  9. Best Dialogue 2047 (1991) - Nepal Video Film Organization
  10. Best Singer 2026 (1969) - Prakash Pustakalaya, Jochhen, Kathmandu
  11. Abhiyan Shree Award 2057 (2000)
  12. Nepal Samman 2057 Nepal Felicitation 2000 - Everest Foundation Nepal
  13. Best Character Artist Award 2056 (2056) - Nepal Motion Picture Association
  14. Outstanding Contribution Award 2058 (1001) - Nepal Motion Picture Award
  15. Millennium Khyali Juju Award 2057 (2000)
  16. Hari Tara Award 2052 (1996) - Nepal Film Artist Association
  17. Best Dialogue - Nepal Film Artist Association
  18. Best Story Writer - Abhiyan
  19. Appreciation Award 1999 - The Everest Magazine, Toronto, Canada
  20. Lux Movie Award 2003 - The Best Character Artist

Theater acts[edit]

  • 1. Yamlok
  • 2. Paralysis
  • 3. Anshabandha
  • 4. Cockfight
  • 5. Raddi Tokari
  • 6. Sapath Grahan
  • 7. Aina
  • 8. Bigyapan (Record breaking drama in Nepal)
  • 9. London Airport
  • 10. Woda Number 34
  • 11. Rastriya Gaun Khane Katha Pratiyogita
  • 12. Shraddh
  • 13. Picnic
  • 14. Abhibhawak
  • 15. Sangeet
  • 16. Remote Control
  • 17. Nepal Bandha
  • 18. Wrong Number
  • 19. Prasna Uttar
  • 20. Dohori Geet
  • 21. Geetai Geet
  • 22. Kaukuti
  • 23. Nata
  • 24. "205"
  • 25. Bose Aandrai Bhundiko
  • 26. Hoste Hainse
  • 27. Saalik (The Statue) 2000
  • 28. MaHa Dohari 2003
  • 29. Dwitiya Raastriya Gaaun Khaane Pratiyogita 2004, etc.
  • 30. Abhinandan
  • 31. Remix Shraddh
  • 32. Maha Dohari-2

TV programs[edit]

  • Fifty- Fifty (Produced for NTV)
  • Santati (Produced for Reukai)
  • 216777 (Produced for NTV)
  • Bhakunde Bhoot (Produced for NTV)
  • Pandra Gate (Produced for NTV)
  • Dashain (Produced for NTV)
  • Chiranjivi (Produced for JICA)
  • Raat (Produced for UNDP)
  • Banpale (Produced for King Mahendra Natural Conservation Trust)
  • Sur Besur (Produced for MaHa Sanchar)
  • Ohho! (Produced for BBC and HMG/Nepal)
  • Kantipur (Produced for Kathmandu Metropolitan City)
  • Rajmarg (Produced for Community Health Program)
  • Pani (Produced for Nepal Jaycees)
  • Kalajar (Produced for CECI)
  • Ashal Logne (Produced for NFHP)
  • Laxmi (Produced for Nepal Rastra Bank)
  • Laal Purja (Produced for MaHa Sanchar)
  • Tike ko Tin Mantra ( About condom).
  • Shristee (Produced for Plan Nepal. About birth registration).
  • Jal Pari (Produced for ENFO. About rainwater harvesting).
  • Virus (Produced for FNCCI.- About anticorruption).
  • MaHa Chautari (About different conflicts of Nepal).
  • Left right left(Produced for FHI)
  • Madan bahadur Hari bahadur( Produced by Maha sanchar) (program on informing people about the constituental assembly )
  • Aama

Filmography[edit]

As an actor[edit]

Year Title Role
Lovi Paapi (लोभी पापी)
Filim (फिलिम)
Rajamati (राजमति)
Basudev (बासुदेव)
Ke Ghar Ke Deraa (के घर के डेरा)
Silu (Newari) (सिलु)
Mala (माला)
Truck Driver (ट्रक ड्राइभर)
Balidaan (बलिदान)
Je Bho Ramrai Bho (जे भो राम्रै भो)
Sukha Dukha (सुख दु:ख)
Chandalika (चन्डालिक)

Publication[edit]

  • Mahasan—published by Sajha Prakashan

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bibek Bhandari. "Responding responsibly to nature's calls". Republica (Nepal). Retrieved 2010-07-17. 
  2. ^ Avash Karmacharya (September 9, 2009). "Kiran KC: Sunshine comic". Republica (Nepal). Retrieved 2010-07-17. 
  3. ^ Maharani Lamsal (July 29, 2009). "Nepal gets its own Laurel and Hardy". Xinhua. Retrieved 2010-07-17.