Overview (3)

BornJune 91964 in Tansen, Palpa, Nepal
Rajesh Dai
Height6′ 2″ (1.88 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Rajesh Hamal was born on June 9, 1964 in Palpa, Nepal. He started his career with the movie “Yug Dheki Yug Samma” in 1994.

He is considered a dominant figure in bringing professionalism in the Nepalese movie industry.

Rajesh completed his schooling from Moscow, higher education (MA in English) from Punjab University, India. Studied in Pakistan, later at Delhi and started from class 5 to 8 in Russia, and finally completed school level on Nepal . He had modeled for Fashion Net, an Indian fashion magazine in 1985 and had also walked the ramp in Kathmandu and New Delhi in 1986. In one year, on an average, he works on 10 to 12 films. The maximum was 16 films in 1994. Among all his movies, Devata and Basanti are his favorite.He was linked with Kristi Mainali in his earlier carrier and both couple shared the great on screen chemistry. Later on people talk about Rajesh Hamal and Karishma Manandhar on screen as the best pair in the Nepalese film industry.

– IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Spouse (1)

Madhu Bhattarai(? – present)

Trade Mark (1)

Long Hair

Trivia (3)

Yug Dekhi Yug Samma is his first Nepali movie.
Rajesh loves his hair so much that he did not cut it at his dad funeral.
Initially,his parents didn’t support him for his acting decision because,at that time,it was considered a low-class profession and he was from an elite background.

Personal Quotes (7)

It’s not what you eat,but is it what you don’t eat makes you healthy.
In movies, you might get a lot of takes, but in real life you only get one take.Life is short,youth even shorter, stretch it to its limits.
I have a secret side of me who wants to live like a royal.
Never be late to do things that makes you happy because when you are old you find out all of sudden that your youth is gone.
How terrible a life might seem, things always get better with time so keep on chasing your dream.
To be healthy, focus on what you shouldn’t do rather than on what you should.
Since the time I joined the film fraternity, I don’t think there have been too many drastic changes in our movies till date.