– Hari Bansha Acharya
Date of birth
:- November 13, 1958
Actor, comedian, singer, writer
–Father: Homanjaya Acharya and Mother: Ganesh Kumari
: Maha jodi title with Madan Krishna Shrestha
Hari bansha Acharya is one of popular actor and comedian who is known best for his pairing with Madan Krishna Shrestha . Hari bansa Acharya is most respected public figure in Nepal , in consideration to valuable contribution to Nepali media .
EARLY LIFE AND CAREER
Hari Bansa Acharya was born in November 13, 1958 in Gairidhara, Kathmandu .
Hari Bansha iinitiatedf his media career by performing radio drama with Hari Prasad Rimal and Jitendra Mahat Avilashi on Radio Nepal, the only radio station in Nepal back then in 2031 BS.
In 2032, Hari Bansha Acharya joined Rastriya Naach Ghar. He participated in Gaijatra Mahotsav in 2034 BS . He had struggled in the entertainment field alone for 6 years until he became a part of the MAHA Jodi with Madan Krishna Shrestha .
Hari Bansha Acharya has also acted in films like Lovipapi
, Je Bho Ramrai bho
, and Tan ta sarhai bigrish ni badri
that were and are very popular in the Nepali film industry. Acharya is best known for his comic role in series like Lal Purja
, Pandra Gatay
, Bhakunde Bhoot
, Series of Hari Bahadur and Madan Bahadur
, and Dashain ko Chyangra
, that are still cherished by Nepalese in present day.
Acharya is also a writer by profession. He has written several national prize winning books based on social sector. . His masterpiece “China Harayeko Manxe”
is one of the best selling books of Nepal.
Hari Bansha Acharya had married Meera Acharya in 2040 BS. They have two sons, Trilok Acharya and Mohit Acharya. But unfortunately , Meera Acharya died from a stroke on April 20, 2011. She was suffering from heart disease back then . Hari Bansa Acharya remained single for long time until he married a widow named Ramila Pathak .Ramila has 21 year old son from her previous marriage and is 10 years younger than acharya.
- Je Bho Ramrai Bho
- Tan ta sarhai bigrish ni badri
- Mahasan — published by Sajha Prakashan
- Neparujinno Kurasito Seuji (Social and Political Life of Nepal
- China Harayeko Manchhe (autobiography of Hari Bansa Acharya, 2013)
- Purple ribbon award
- OFA awards