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New Dashain Song साउदी कलकता – कमाउनलाइ घर छाेडि हिडेथे -फर्कदा त स्वास्नी बेपत्ता । Sudip Sunuwar/Tara Lamichhane Magar.

I am here in Saudi Arab doing day and night duty to earn money my wife in Nepal home country was enjoying with someone else. This is the main theme of this song. There are lots of incidents like this we can find in Nepal. After having some difficulties man goes to abroad to earn money and earn money and sent it to his wife and his wife enjoys with his money. There are lots of case like this in Police. Every day when you read a newspaper you can find one story like this in Newspaper. Some of the girl eloped with another guy when his husband was in abroad. She also stole her husband’s property. This all things are happening because there is no opportunity in country.  The youngster of Nepal have to go to abroad to make their life bright, among them few makes their life happier by going abroad but most of them cannot. Watch the song posted below and see what’s happen to this guy when he found that his wife is enjoying with other male.


Gorkha Chautari Music Pvt LTd Present’s

 In Radip Sunar’s lyrics and Music

Anita Basnet, Tara Lama and Santosh Budhathoki’s

 New Nepali Lok Song Video “Saudi Calcutta”


More Details About This Song

Song Title: Saudi Kalkata

Vocal: Sudip Sunar and Tara Lamichhane magar

Lyrics: Santosh Buthathoki/Sudip Sunar

Music: Sudip sunar

Production/Distributor: Gorkha Chautari Music Pvt. Ltd

Artists: Aasha Khadka/Sudip Sunar/Santosh Budhathoki

Direction: Shishir Budhathoki

Camera: Sagar Gutam

Editor: Abinash D.c

Post Production: © Gorkha Chautari Music Pvt.Ltd.

Production Director sunil lamichhane © Gorkha Chautari Music Pvt.Ltd.


Short Lyrics of This Song

Male : Mero dukha aarab ko khadimaa

Swasni uta arkai ko gadi maa

Saudi calcutta, kamaunalai ghar chodi hidethe

Farkada ta gharaki swasni bepatta

Aarab ko khadimaa

Swasni uta arkai ko gadi maa

Saudi calcutta, kamaunalai ghar chodi hidethe

Farkada ta gharaki swasni bepatta

kamaunalai ghar chodi hidethe Farkada ta gharaki swasni bepatta

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EK CHOTI GARAM NA || New Nepali Short Movie

Here is a short Nepali satire video where we can see a couple connection. In this video a kid sitting in a town play with young ladies before his significant other. There is extremely giggling part when the kid ask a young lady that there is no bathroom tissue to offer, would you be able to deal with the Khaski (paper used to rub and make wood and other thing plain). This is an extremely entertaining short film where we can see other more satire shots. This video is uniquely about a couple connection.


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EK CHOTI GARAM NA || New Nepali Short Movie

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