Kathmandu- Actress and model Prakriti Shrestha is in Kathmandu to promote her latest film ‘Bihe Pas’. She came to Nepal from Australia last week for the film, and she has a lot of publicity. A few days ago, she spoke to the media in Kathmandu about the film and the discussion about her.
‘Bihe Pas’ is the third feature film for the ‘Hostel’ debut actress. After nine years, she is making a comeback from Bihe Pas. Last time ‘Utsav’ was released. Prakriti, who walked away from the film, was featured in the hit song ‘Ko Hola Tyo’ with Paul Shah.
Prakriti, who went to Australia after marriage, said that she found the mindset of the producer and director that her husband did not allow her to act in the film saying that she stopped getting offers from films. There were many speculations about my personal life. Due to the lockdown, she had to fulfill certain criteria and come from Australia.
She also said that she stopped getting film offers due to the producer’s opinion that she was in Australia. But she says that if she gets a good story and team, there will be no problem in coming to the film. “I didn’t want that gap either,” she explained.
Prakriti is opposite Dayahang Rai in Bihe Pas. Prakriti said that the plot of this film is also close to her life. Somewhere it will match my real life. I am a person who loves my husband. “My husband doesn’t like to be bad,” she said. Prakriti suddenly came into limelight from Hostel, which was released in 2070. But after getting married and moving to Australia, she stayed away from films.