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Bhadragol, Episode-183, 2-November-2018, By Media Hub Official Channel

Bhadragol is a nepali Tv serial broadcasting every Friday on Nepal Television. It is one of the most viewed television programs in Nepal. The show is produced by Jpt Creation pvt ltd.

Kumar Katel and Arjun Ghimire are the writers and directors of the show. The story is based on rural lifestyle and lower middle class people.The show stars Arjun Ghimire, Kumar Katel, Rakshya Shrestha and Hari Niraula and Sagar Lamsal as main Character.

Bhadragol, Episode-183, 2-November-2018, By Media Hub Official Channel


Kumar Kattel who is known as Jigri of Bhadragol. As the general scene of Bhadragol isn’t being broadcasted from the YouTube as it used to be distributed on YouTube. The watchers are anxious to know the purpose for this. Here in the meeting Jigri discusses the interference that has been causing this circumstance.

He apologized with his fan for not having the capacity to transfer the new scene of the Bhadragol in their YouTube channel. He said that there have been some specialized errors and because of this the new scene of the show isn’t accessible in the YouTube.

He said that they are attempting to deal with this issue and guaranteed that all the scene of the show will be distributed on YouTube obviously. The show is on disclosed in Nepal Television. He said that all the missing scene will be transferred once the issue in deal with.

Bhadragol

Production: Media Hub Pvt. Ltd.
Production Advisor: Som Dhital
Banner: Jpt Creation pvt ltd
Director: Kumar Kattel/Arjun Ghimire/Deepak Acharya
Writers: Kumar Kattel/Arjun Ghimire
Editors: Rajendra Manandhar, Rabin Bhatta
Camera: Sagar Khadka
Transportation: Surendra Sharma
Makeup: Ganesh Khadka
Music: Rajendra Shrestha
Singer: Rajesh Payal Rai
Artists: Arjun Ghimire Kumar Kattel, Kamalmani Nepal, Rakshya Shrestha, Madhu Sudan Pathak, Ashok Dhital, Sagar Lamsal, Hari Niraula, Gobinda Koirala, Deepak Acharya and More

This is Bhadragol’s 170th Episode. It was aired on Friday, 4th may 2018 on Nepal Television at 8:50 PM. All Digital Copyright exclusively owned by RamSar Media Pvt. Ltd.

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