Latest from Ankit Khadgi
‘Film editing is an instinctive emotional art form’
Nimesh Shrestha, one of the most prominent film editors in the Nepali film industry, talks about his craft, the challenges of working in Nepal as a film editor, and the qualities a good film editor must have.
Even after 15 years of its release, Tsering Rhitar Sherpa’s Karma is still impactful
Recently released on YouTube, Karma is a thoughtful film made by a stellar cast and crew, depicting a heartfelt story of a nun from Mustang who goes through a spiritual transformation.
How is the beatboxing scene in Nepal?
In our country’s growing music scene, many beatboxers are pushing the envelope by not only producing technically sound music but also by making a mark for themselves internationally--despite being in the shadows.
Keeping Bohra Muslim culinary traditions alive—one meal at a time
Tasneem Shahani of Tasneem’s Kings Kitchen loves that people come back for her biryanis. But she hopes customers leave with not just a satisfied tummy but with knowing a bit about her rich culinary heritage, from which her dishes are inspired.
Everything that is wrong with Akshay Kumar’s Laxmii
Directed by Raghava Lawrence, Laxmii is not only boring and outdated it is also problematic, perpetuating stereotypes against the trans community despite its promises to break it.
Who said TikTok is only about dancing and singing?
Although TikTok is widely used for entertainment purposes, many Nepali professionals, like doctors and lawyers, are actively using it as a platform to educate and inform.
‘Every film we do is a reflection of our personal stories’
Award-winning filmmakers Pooja Gurung and Bibhusan Basnet on their cinematic journey, their creative process, future projects and why they like to stay away from the limelight--even after achieving so much.
How young activists are trying to reshape the movement against sexual violence in Nepal
In a country with alarming rape statistics, where survivors of sexual violence fail to get justice, their campaign ‘Ajhai Kati Sahane’ hopes to amplify the voice against sexual violence.
A celebration of diversity
Although not perfect, the exhibition, Allegory, is filled with diverse artworks from artists from different cultural and social backgrounds, whose varied experiences and perspectives add new impact in the artworks.
A group of activists strives to end forced imposition of the third gender label
Tired from forceful enforcement of the ‘third gender’ identity by both society and the state, young transgender activists have formed Trans Rights Collective to advocate for equal and inclusive rights for Nepal’s transgender population.
How this Pokhara-based book club aims to promote reading culture
In a country where reading books beyond the curriculum is often deemed unnecessary, What the Book Club is striving to encourage people to pick one up.
The voice and the talent behind Yummy Food World
Despite being one of the most popular Nepali content creators on YouTube, whose recipes have reached the kitchens of thousands, Mrishtina Maharjan has never revealed her face until now.
How this all-female band aims to make Nep-Hop more respectable
Formed in 2017, Faithom has released four singles, combining pop and rap, which have struck a chord in the heart of many listeners.
In the ever-growing cinematic landscape, where do Nepali music videos stand?
The Post examines some of the most recent Nepali music videos to find out where our music video industry stands in terms of aesthetics and cinematic technicalities.
Treasuring the mythical
The ongoing virtual art exhibition ‘Divya’, organised by Tulikaa, is an exceptionally well-curated exhibition that celebrates the talent of 17 traditional artists.