Police have arrested one person on charges of spreading communal hatred and burning the national flag in a music video. The music video released recently on You Tube has been widely criticised in social media. Metropolitan Police Crime Division, Kathmandu, confirmed that it has arrested the camera person of the music video from Kathmandu, today. Police, however, have not disclosed his identity. Senior Superintendent of Police Deepak Thapa of the MPCD said they have identified around six persons in connection with the music video and have begun their manhunt from this morning. They are also working to ban the video on YouTube. The music video in question has gone viral on You Tube, with a large number of people demanding its ban and action against the song and artists. A majority of people, who have posted comments in the video, have demanded legal action against the singer.
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By Renuka Dhakal Kathmandu, Oct. Since the relaxation of lockdown, production of the music videos with film stars has unexpectedly gone up. Music videos are being produced by taking the silver screen artistes with the hope of getting good viewership on YouTube and TikTok. Among the actors Paul Shah has been the favourite choice for the producers of music videos. He has been busy in the shooting of music videos almost every day.
It was in when Nepal had its own first music video. It was directed by musician Sambhujeet Baskota, and the art of captivating the audience with music videos has since gone through an evolution, with its many ups and downs. Even the most recent songs, like K Maya Lagcha, have the perfect mix of music, lyrics, and visuals, transporting viewers into a few minutes of nostalgia, bliss, and good spirits. But there have been equally insubstantial music videos that reek o f sexism , unimaginative and uninspiring aesthetics and technicalities in our music scene. For this week, the Post reviews and examines four of the latest Nepali music videos released on YouTube last month to find out where our music video industry stands in terms of aesthetics and cinematic technicalities. Released on September 28, Chhati Chirera is a melancholic tune depicting two lovers, whose lives take a dramatic turn after one fateful incident. Starring Pramod Kharel, who's the lyricist as well as the singer, and popular actor Reeccha Sharma, who plays his lover, the music video is directed by Deepak Acharya.
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