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New Teej Song 2075 || Utha Maya Jurukkai by Jyoti Magar & Bikram Rana

Bindabasini Music Pvt LTd Present’s

Bikram Rana’s New Nepali Lok Folk Teej Song

“Utha Maya Jurukkai Nacha Furukkai”

New Teej Song 2075 || Utha Maya Jurukkai by Jyoti Magar & Bikram Rana

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जय गीत, जय सङ्गीत !!!!
Song: Utha Maya Jurukkai Nacha Furukkai
Vocal : Jyoti Magar & Bikram Rana
Lyrics : Karan Neupane
Music : Karan Newpane
Album : Utha Maya Jurukkai Nacha Furukkai
Camera: Rajesh Ghimire
Director : Prakash Bhatta
Editor : Bishnu Sharma
Models : Bikram Rana & Arushi Magar
Post Production : Sai Vision Pvt. Ltd.

As of October 2016, Jyoti is single and when asked by JanaPukar, an online magazine, regardless of whether she was in a sentimental relationship, she said that she’s infatuated with music. She has uncovered that she gets a lot of adoration proposition which she can extensively arrange into two: from the ones who extremely like her inwardly, yet additionally from the ones who are only looking for physical joy from her.

Jyoti has one sibling and one sister and keeping in mind that kin are hitched, she lives with her folks.

She has said that her negative behavior pattern is that she is somewhat languid. At the point when asked whether she had a most loved Nepali political pioneer, she said she preferred Gagan Thapa in light of the fact that he’s nice looking and has great perspectives. Whenever inquired as to whether sex before marriage was OK for her, she answered that if there is long duty and if the individual you are included with is HIV negative, it ought to be OK.

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