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Jyoti Magar -New Teej Song 2074 – I phone Walale – Gehendra Khadka & Sapana GC

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Who says that, to be a famous model you need a slim trim body. Anyone can be model if you have a desire to be. Beauty cannot be judge by the shape of body. There are  two types of beauty one is by body and another is inner beauty. The women can be two types of beautiful. In this 21st century most of the peoples judge girl by their outer body not from her inner part.  And another thing you don’t need slim body to be model and earn a fame. If you have a flat big body you can be a hot model, Jyoti magar is the great example of it.

Nepali model Jyoti Magar is now very popular in Nepal. She is doing music videos and song and attracting young Nepali viewer toward her by glamorous hot poses in songs. In this video song also she is doing hot and glamorous poses. This song is sang by Gahendra Khadka and Sapana G.C. and the lyrics of this song is written by Govinda Madhur Acharya.

Ashish Music Pvt LTd Present’s

 Gehendra Khadka and Sapana G.C.’s New Nepali Lok Dohori Teej Song

“Iphone Walile”

More Details About This Song

Song Title : I Phone Walile

Vocal : Gahendra Khadka and Sapana G.C.

Lyrics : Govinda Madhur Acharya

Lyrics : Dhurba Kunwar

Production and Distribution : Ashish Music Pvt LTd

Acting : Jyoti and Mohan

Direction : Smirti Timilsina “Guruaama”

Camera : Suresh Shrestha

Editing : Sudhan Basnet

Video Made by : Guruaama Filims Pvt LTd

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