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Nir Shah in the hope of returning the happiness lost by the lockdown

For the first time in a long time, many artists have been left without work. They miss an action-cut sound.

By Dikshya Tiwari, KATHMANDU: The government-issued lockdown to prevent the spread of the corona, which has caused disasters around the world, has now turned into a loose-down.

However, people have not yet been able to get out of the house safely. Its out-of-control infection has robbed everyone’s smile. Everyone is waiting for the situation to return to normal.

The ongoing lockdown due to Corona has affected not only the general public but also the daily routine of celebrities. When the production/screening of the film was stopped due to lockdown, their diary is being distributed in the four corners of the house. For the first time in a long time, many artists have been left without work. They miss an action-cut.

Veteran actor, producer, and director Nir Shah have expressed confidence that the lost happiness will return soon. He shared a  picture of himself laughing on his Facebook page and wrote, “Lockdown will bring back the lost happiness one day.”In his optimistic stance, many filmmakers have said that they are waiting for a golden day.

Veteran artist Shah started his acting career in 2024 BS with the film ‘Parivartan’ directed by Hira Singh Khatri. He has presented his acting skills in more than 300 films and is known as an expensive character actor. He has also directed ‘Vasudev’, ‘Pachchis Vasant’, ‘Rajmati’, ‘Vasanti’, and ‘Masan’.

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