Sagar aka Bale now doing film


Kathmandu, Sept. 26:Sagar Lamsal Kshetri, popularly known as ‘Bale Boro’, is a renowned figure in the realms of comedy serials and music videos.

 Born in Biruwa Rural Municipality in Syangja District, he moved to Kathmandu at the age of three with his family.

While pursuing his Bachelor's Degree at Shanker Dev Campus, Sagar ventured into ramp modeling. He further honed his acting skills under the tutelage of Birendra Hamal. 

It was during this time that he auditioned for the Nepali film ‘Loafer’, marking his acting debut in 2012.

This breakthrough paved the way for Sagar to secure roles in ‘Bhadragol’,  a sitcom drama that was broadcast on Nepal Television. Additionally, he seized the opportunity to work in Chhabiraj Ojha's film ‘Lazza’ in a character role the same year.

During his stint on ‘Bhadragol’, Sagar toured 70 districts between 2013 to 2018, entertaining countless fans. He has also showcased his talents on international stages.

Following the conclusion of the dramedy ‘Bhadragol’, he began working on ‘Sakkigoni’, a Nepali TV series that broadcast every Thursday on Himalaya TV.

Sagar's creativity isn't limited to acting. He ventured into the world of music videos and boasts about an impressive portfolio of around 400 music videos. 

Some of his notable music videos include Oye Bhanyo, Timro Man Badliyechha, Hijo Arkai Sanga Dekhe,  Mero Chhumunu Hau Ki and Baja Bajaudai and more. 

Currently, Sagar is gearing up for a new project, producing a film through his production company. The film is in its scripting phase, with plans to commence shooting in April of the upcoming year, said Sagar. 

 He aims to release it during the festive seasons of Dashain and Tihar next year.

Interestingly, Sagar once ventured to New Delhi with ambitions of becoming a Chartered Accountant but didn't complete the course. Although his family resides in America and Australia, Sagar remains dedicated to his work in Nepal.

In addition to acting, he runs an IT company and an educational consultancy. 

His entrepreneurial spirit doesn't end there, he's also considering opening a restaurant or coffee shop in the near future.

Sagar reflected on his journey, “I have thoroughly enjoyed every role I have undertaken so far. An artist should be versatile, continuously experimenting to enhance their skills and provide fresh content for the audience.”

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