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Ma Jun Din Dekhi | Dhurmus Suntali 10th Marriage Anniversary Special | Rajesh payal Rai, Anju Panta

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Here is a new adhunik modern love song where we can see Dhurmus Sitaram Kattel and Kunjana Ghimire Suntali. They two are very popular actors of Nepali film industry. They became very popular from a TV serial called “Meri Bassai”. There is very hard to find a person who doesn’t know them. It’s very rear if you find a person who doesn’t know about their nick name Dhurmus and Suntali. After the huge earthquake in Nepal they began their social work by establishing a social welfare company called “Dhurmus and Suntali Foundation”. They made many shelter and community home for home less people. The victims get their home with the help of Dhurmus Suntali Foundation.

Ma Jun Din Dekhi | Dhurmus Suntali 10th Marriage Anniversary Special | Rajesh payal Rai, Anju Panta

Dhurmus and Suntali are the vetran on-screen characters in the Nepali Comedy Industry.They are contributing towards the social work likewise through their own particular foundation(Dhurmus Suntali Foundation). They as of late made a consolidate town for tremor victims.They are giving imformation identified with neatness everywhere throughout the Nepal. They are tidiness diplomat of Nepal Goverment.

Dhurmus and Suntali are the vetran performers in the Nepali Comedy Industry.They are contributing towards the social work additionally through their own foundation(Dhurmus Suntali Foundation). They as of late made a consolidate town for tremor victims.They are giving imformation identified with tidiness everywhere throughout the Nepal. They are neatness minister of Nepal Goverment.

 

Ma Jun Din Dekhi | Dhurmus Suntali 10th Marriage Anniversary Special | Rajesh payal Rai, Anju Panta

Subihaani Films Present’s
Ma jun Din Dekhi

A special gift for all our audience/Supporter…

10th Marriage Anniversary Special…

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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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