Priyanka Karki (born 27 February 1987) is a Nepali actress, model, former Miss Teen Nepal, VJ, singer and dancer. One of the most popular actresses in Nepal, she has established herself as one of the leading public figures in Nepal. She is also the highest grossing actress in Nepal and actress to feature in most number of crore club movies in Nepal.
Priyanka Karki Height: 5 feet 6 inch
Priyanka Karki Age: 31 (27 February 1987)
Priyanka Karki Weight: 50kg
Most Viewed Priyanka Karki Songs: Surke Thaili
Priyanka Karki Instagram: @priyanka.karki
Film and Music career
Priyanka signed her first film which was Mero Aeutasathixa, while she was in the USA. Immediately after ‘Mero Best Friend’ Karki signed Suresh Darpan’s movie 3 lovers. After, she signed Navaraj Acharya’s movie, Hollywood. Onwards, she played in many movies such as vigilante, ChakkaPanja, how funny, sequel of Naina Annu la etc. Priyanka movie Aawaranlauched her as a singer in the Nepali music industry. The song of Aawaran in collaboration with Yama Buddha was a blockbuster where Priyanka’s singing abilities were highly appreciated. Priyanka recently recorded Bachchu Kailash’s classic ‘Timi Le Ta going” in her voice with simple video.
The video got more than 50,000 views and 500 shares in less than 24 hours. She has sung many beautiful songs. She released her own single album titled ‘ swatantra’ as new year gift to her good wishes which celebrate the spirit of freedom. On valentine’s day 2016, she released another beautiful and soothing cover song, “ Maya Ta Maya Ho’ with AyushmanDeshraj Shrestha’ which has a million views on youtube.She was also featured in Wai Wai instant noodles, jolly shandy, RastriyaBanijya Bank, UFO the clothing store, close up toothpaste, Samsung mobiles and so on. She is also the brand ambassador of safety Sanitary Napkins, coca-cola, Ruslan vodka, Dabur Herbal Gel Toothpaste. Due to her great acting and good behavior, her co-stars, fan followers, entire shooting and technical unit, Priyanka has been the best and best choice for everyone.
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