Sushil Chhetri

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Sushil Chhetri
Sushil Chheetri- Nepalese actor-close up.jpg
Native name
Sushil Chhetri (Bhandari)
Born
Sushil Bhandari

November-24[1]
Kathmandu, Nepal
ResidenceKathmandu, Nepal
Nationality   Nepali
Other namesSushil Chetri, Sushil Kshetri
CitizenshipNepalese
OccupationActor, Model
Years active1999-present
Known forAago (2000), Gaajal (2001) and Anjuli (2002). [2]
Home townKathmandu
Spouse(s)Sabita Khadka
Children1
AwardsNEFTA KTV Film Award 2009: “Best Negative Actor Award”
Rastriya Chalchitra Prativa Padak (National Motion Picture Talent Award 2004)
Kalakar Award 2001 in India: “Best Actor Award” for Excellence in Cinema from debut Film “Aago” (The Fire).[3]
Websitesushilchhetri.com

Sushil Chhetri (Nepali: सुशील क्षेत्री) is a Nepalese actor who has worked in the Nepalese film industry for more than a decade. He debuted in Kollywood with the film ‘’Aaago’’ which received much hype and sensation. Unfortunately as the story based on the Maoist crisis it was banned before release.[3] He is known for his movies Aago (2000), Gaajal (2001) and Anjuli (2002). [2] Chhetri acted in 100s of Nepali movies and 11 Bhojpuri movies.[4]Recently after a sort of disappearance from Nepali Film Industry, he came back with his new movie ‘’Bich Bato(2015)’’, before entering Kollywood as an actor he started his career as background dancer.[5]

Education[change | change source]

Chhetri completed his primary education from Tika High School, Kathmandu. He further completed I Com from Tahachal Campus and studied B Com till second year from Patan Campus.[3]

Filmography and Awards[change | change source]

Sushil Chhetri receiving Award

Chhetri has been honoured with many prestigious awards from national and international organizations. He was one of the nominees for the categories of leading Actor in Dabur Anmol Motion Picture Award (2004) for the nepali movie ‘’’Triveni’’’. He was also honoured with the title ‘’’Best Actor’’’ in Kolkata for his first movie ‘’’Aago’’’ in Kalakar Awards. He received the award from Bollywood actress Rani Mukherjee. [3]

Lists of films[change | change source]

Years Films Co-actors
1999 Aago Bipina Thapa, Niruta Singh
1999 Bhai Melina Manandhar
1999 Prayash Saroj Khanal
1999 Prem Saroj Khanal
1999 Dhuk Dhuki Rupa Rana
2001 Gajal Ramesh Upreti, Bipana
2001 Khandan Rajesh Hamal, Niruta Singh
2001 Mero Hajur Shiva Shrestha
2002 Doman Bipana thapa, Dilip Raymajhi
2002 Ananth Bipana Thapa,
2002 Muskan Dilip Raymajhi, Bipana
2002 Shadayantra Bipina thapa
2002 Dhan Sampati Dilip raymajhi, Jharna Bajracharya
2002 Sahid Gate Bipana Thapa
2002 Anjuli Jharna Bajracharya
2003 Khyal-Khyalaima Dilip Raymajhi, Bipana thapa
2003 Ke bho lau na ni Melina Manandhar
2003 Upahar Niruta Singh
2003 Samarpan -
2004 Ladai Rajesh Hamal, Niruta Singh
2004 Triveni Melina, Jharna Bajracharya
2004 Lekhant Rekha Thapa
2005 Ukali Orali Rajesh Hamal, Bipana Thapa
2005 Majhi Ma-Ma -
2005 Sanjivani Jharna Bajracharya
2006 Kahi Milan Kahi Bichod Jal Shah
2006 Muglan Dilip Raymajhi, Jharna Thapa, Bipana Thapa
2006 Indreni Dilip Raymajhi, Bipana Thapa
2007 Binti Patra -
2007 Sandesh Biraj Bhatt, Rekha thapa
2008 Ahankhar -
2008 Jana Yudha Akhash Adhikari
2009 Bish Rajesh Hamal, Nikhil Uprety
2009 Karma ko fal Nandita K.C.
2009 Ghamanda -
2010 Hasi Deu Ek Phera Madan Krishna Shrestha, Hari Bansha Acharya
2010 Tasbir -
2010 Bhai mara -
2010 Bhagya Bidhata Rajesh Hamal, Nikhil Upreti
2011 Jwala mukhi Melina Manandhar
2011 Paapi Raat Sumina Ghimire
2011 Gunda Raj -
2012 Didi Bhai Rajesh Hamal
2012 Bijay Path Nikhil Upreti
2012 Bazzi Dilip Raymajhi
2012 Daud -
2013 Gangajal Biraj Bhaat, Rekha Thapa
2013 Kawaj Rajesh Hamal
2013 Ta ta Sarai Shaprish ni Badri -
2014 Man paraye Maya Laye Shree Krishna Shrestha, Jharna Thapa
2014 Samaya Rajesh Hamal
2014 Josh -
2014 Sapath -
2014 Mero Maya Timi Lai Anup Bikram Shahi
2014 Parichaya Nikhil Upreti
2014 Kallywood -
2015 Aago 2 -
2015 Bich Bato -
2015 Matri Bhumi -
2015 Mancheko Maya -
2015 Commission -
2016 Badshah -
2016 Dhanwan -
2016 Surakshya Guard -
2016 Smokey City -
2000 The Ring (Start Best Seller) Star Plus Channel, India Director: Pamod Pradhan [International]
2008 Didi tor Dewar dewana (Bojhpuri, Indian) Director: Guddu Jafrey [International]
2010 Mardh Rikshawala (Bojhpuri, Indian) Director: Manoj Narayan

[International]

2013 Sherni (Bojhpuri, Indian) Director: Manoj Narayan [International]
2015 Chandika (Bojhpuri Indian) Director: Manoj Narayan [International]

Television[change | change source]

Chhetri appeared in an Indian television series The Ring broadcasted on Star Plus.

Related pages[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. . Sushil Chhetri Official http://www.sushilchhetri.com/about.html. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Sushil Chhetri". IMDB.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 "Rising Star". The Himalayan Times. Retrieved 2004-02-20.
  4. "Interview with Sushil Chhettri". Kantipur Saptahik.
  5. "ComeBack Of Sushil Chhetri". Fursad.com. Retrieved 2015-12-05.

Other websites[change | change source]