Namrata Shrestha

Namrata Shrestha is a prominent Nepali actress known for her notable contributions to the Nepali film industry. She was born on June 14, 1986, in Dharan, Nepal. Namrata made her acting debut in 2008 with the film "Sano Sansar," which became a commercial success and established her as a talented actress. She gained critical acclaim and widespread recognition for her role in the film "Mero Euta Saathi Chha" (2009), which earned her the National Film Award for Best Actress. Namrata has since appeared in several successful films, including "Chadke" (2013), "Soul Sister" (2015), and "Prasad" (2018). Known for her versatility and ability to portray complex characters, Namrata Shrestha has captivated audiences with her performances. She is admired for her natural acting style, emotional depth, and screen presence. Her dedication to her craft has earned her numerous accolades and a strong fan following in Nepal. Apart from her acting career, Namrata is also involved in various social causes and has used her platform to address pertinent social issues. She has been actively engaged in advocating for women's rights and mental health awareness. With her talent, passion, and impactful performances, Namrata Shrestha continues to be a respected and influential figure in the Nepali film industry.