Keki Adhikari talks personal secrecy and sex in movies

In this interview, most of the questions and answers seem more like Keki Adhikari’s interview, posted earlier. In this interview, Keki has further clarified the reason she doesn’t want to talk about her love and other personal issues.


In a question about a role she wanted to do in future movies, Keki told that she wanted to be featured as a ghost in horror movie. That sounds scary!

Keki believes that most of the viewers of Nepali movie are teenagers and movies should be made to cater the needs of them. Keki however thinks sex in movies is not a long lasting trend. Read the full interview in Nepali below:

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Keki Adhikari talks Shrawan Fasting

Apart from being a modern lady, Keki prefers to preserve the traditional norms. She is a religious girl who has been fasting on the Mondays of the Nepali month Shrawan for the last four years. Talking with an online media, Keki told about the reason behind her devotional inclinations.

Pleaser read the interview below and post comment on your belief and knowledge on the issue of religious fasting.

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Badri Adhikari – an introduction to Keki’s Father

badri_adhikariDirector Badri Adhikari started as a theater artist and writer. He then ventured into television with a number of popular television serials. Now, he has established himself as a successful director.

To his credit, Badri has written 25 plays, directed 50 plays, and acted in more than 60 plays. During the years  BS 2038-2049 he acted in some of the most popular plays of the time – Epidus, Ashar ko ek din, Kalidas, and Nyayapremi. After the establishment of Nepal Television in BS 2040, Badri started writing and directing serials in television. At that time he wrote and directed serials like ‘Shanti Chhetrako Balak’, ‘Maun Aakash’, and ‘Shirjanaka Aankhaharu’. His serials on Parijat’s ‘Salgiko Balatkrit Aanshu’, Ramesh Bikal’s ‘Abiral Bagchha Indrawati’, and Pradip Gyawali’s ‘Sahayatri’ were well received by critics and viewers.

In an interview with a weekly magazine, Badir told that he want people to know him as a theater artist even though he is active in television and feature films.

About being known as the ‘Father of Keki Adhikari‘,  Badri told that he feels proud to be known by his daughter’s name. He is happy that many knew Keki before himself.