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Geeta Sharma "Ukkali Chadhaula" – LIVE -The Voice of Nepal Season 2 – 2019



Ukkali Chadhaula …..
Original Singer: Uday Sotang / Manila Sotang
Lyrics: Krishna Abigal
Music: Uday Sotang

Created By
John De Mol

Directed by / Project Head
Laxman Paudyal

Executive Producer
Pralhad Singh Mahat

Executive Producer / HOST
Sushil Nepal

Director Of Photography
Arjun Tiwari

Music Director
Karan Raj Karki

Post Production Head / Editing Chief
Sohan Manandhar

HR & Administration Manager
Sadikchya Acharya

Prabhat Rimal

Senior Producers
Utsab Regmi
Garima Tamang

Editing Supervisor
Buddha Ratna Maharjan

Sajan Shahi
Sapan Manandhar
Sudep Shrestha

Suprim Parajuli

Online Editor
Suresh Manandhar

Sr. IT Officer
Sandip Rai

Chief Electrician
Binesh Rai

Camera Persons
Jeevan Rijal
Nirajan Karki
Sushil Baniya

Studio Camera Persons
Deepak Basnet
Roshan Shrestha
Gunjan Raj Giri
Akhil Bastola
Binod Thapa
Pradip Tamang
Manoj Poudel
Rajesh Aryal

Jony Jib Operator
Suresh Thapa
Krishna Tamang “Garib”

Production Officer
Kumud Rajbhandari

Finance Officer
Suraj Shrestha

Finance Assistant
Abishkar Mahat

Sound Engineer
Ukesh Pariyar
Suresh Shrestha

Samrat Khanal

Audio Mixing
Debesh Rai

Light Designer
Pankaj Bishwokarma

Madrix Light Designer
Sandip Rai

Art Director
Raja Gupta

Assistant Light Designer
Manoj Poudel

Light Technician
Binod Shrestha

Broadcasting Partner
Himalaya Television HD

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  1. Bijay Ranabhat

    November 18, 2019 at 5:16 am

    Winner of my heart

  2. Wangdub gole

    November 18, 2019 at 5:17 am

    Gud luck did

  3. Andrew lama tamang

    November 18, 2019 at 5:22 am

    One of the best contestants

  4. Raju Tamang

    November 18, 2019 at 6:00 am

    Good luck diju hajurli

  5. Krishna Rey

    November 18, 2019 at 6:02 am

    सुन्दर प फ म सिक्किम

  6. Astha Raut

    November 18, 2019 at 6:14 am

    Beutiful girl from Darjeeling. U have golden voice Geeta. All the best. ❤❤

  7. Nishan Rai

    November 18, 2019 at 6:16 am

    Wow wow

  8. Pramod Kharel

    November 18, 2019 at 6:23 am

    Lovely performance. God bless u geeta. ❤❤

  9. Prashanta Shrestha

    November 18, 2019 at 6:47 am

    Beautiful & flawless singing! Good bless.

  10. Dipak Gurung Lama

    November 18, 2019 at 7:14 am

    Love u geeta dijuu

  11. Dipak Gurung Lama

    November 18, 2019 at 7:15 am

    always spr star

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‘1917’ Becomes Oscar Front-runner After P.G.A. Victory



War may be hell, but “1917” is having a heavenly Oscar season.

The late-breaking World War I film won the top prize at the Producers Guild of America awards Saturday night in Los Angeles, adding to an awards haul that also included best-drama and best-director wins at the Golden Globes earlier this month.

The film’s director, Sam Mendes, dedicated the award to his grandfather, a World War I veteran whose stories helped inspire the film, while the producer Pippa Harris drew a line directly from “1917” to the current climate of global tension: “In these times of division and conflict around the world, I really hope that it’s just a reminder to never take for granted the peace that we all inherited,” she said.

For Oscar watchers, the P.G.A. trophy is considered a significant bellwether, and “Green Book” took the top prize last year weeks before it won the Academy Award for best picture. Since 2009, when the P.G.A. and Oscars both expanded the number of their best-film nominees, the two groups have differed only twice in their ultimate selection: In 2015, the P.G.A. victor “The Big Short” went on to lose to “Spotlight” in an extremely close best-picture race, while the following year, the P.G.A. picked “La La Land” over the eventual Oscar winner “Moonlight.”

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What’s on TV Sunday: ‘Avenue 5’ and ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’



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Marli Scharlin, Miles Bergner – The New York Times



Marli Scharlin and Miles Northup Bergner are to be married Jan. 19 at Vizcaya Museum & Gardens in Miami. Rabbi Rachel Timoner is to officiate.

The bride, 26, and groom 25, met at Brown, from which they graduated.

The bride is a creative director and producer at Eko, an interactive entertainment company in New York.

She is a daughter of Amy S. Scharlin and David M. Scharlin of Miami. The bride’s father is chairman of Miami New Drama, a theater company on the premises of the Colony Theatre in Miami. He is also a board member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Her mother is a stay-at-home parent.

The groom is the data manager at MESA Charter High School in Brooklyn. He is the son of Nancy Northup of Manhattan and Daniel Bergner of Brooklyn.

The groom’s mother is the president and chief executive officer of the Center for Reproductive Rights, an international human rights organization based in New York. His father, an author and freelance journalist, has written several books including “Sing for Your Life” and “What Do Women Want?” He has also written for The New York Times Magazine.

The groom is also the stepson of James E. Johnson, the corporation counsel for the City of New York.

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