Jharana Bajracharya Talks Manisha Koirala Comparison

Jharana Bajracharya for TNM Magazine
Jharana Bajracharya for TNM Magazine

Just stumbled across an interview of Jharana Bajracharya on TNM magazine from few months ago and it makes quite an intriguing read! First off, I know – shocker – me. a Jharana fan. only read it. NOW? Moving on!

The actress talks about her time in Mumbai post Love in Nepal which also marked a lengthy disappearance from the Nepali showbiz scene by sharing:

I didn’t want to come to Nepal because everyone was expecting me to be the next Manisha Koirala but I was a long way away from it

The interview focuses on the her present role as a meditation teacher at her very own J’s Meditation. In between sharing passionately about meditation, the glamorous actress also mentions that a Nrs 60,000 pay lured her into acting with in her very first film “HATIYAR”.

Talking about Love in Nepal’s Katra Katra, Jharana personally loved how it came out – and so did I! No one has looked that good – even the present day Nepali-brity’s. She looked sensual – not vulgar.

On a different note the actress shares what some of us have been saying all along – “I had the potential to do good movies, but the Nepali movie industry was not ready for me at the time as there were no movie makers who were willing to take the risk of experimenting”, this was the time period of 2003-2004 when almost all of the films were focused on the dhisum dhisum, action, crying and lame humour inbetween. The Kagbeni and Sano Sansar films only came in 2008…

My friends and I always discussed that Jharana Bajracharya should’ve happened a few years later because at the time she was at the peak – there just wasn’t that creativity and things happening to take Miss Bajracharya to the next level. And Miss Bajracharya alone, couldn’t do it. Ahh.

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