Muna Thapa Magar, The Nepali folk Singer, Nepalese Female singer, Famous Nepali Singer, Top Singer in Nepal.
How do you define yourself?
I would just like to define myself as a simple human being and a Folk singer, who has emerged from a small village in Nepal.
Tell us about your dreams in the field of Singer?
Nothing more, I would just continue as a singer till I am appreciated and would just contribute in the field of Nepali Folk music, be it promoting or something helping Folk music to keep it intact.
What is the probable scope you can see in this field in near future in our nation?
I would say ‘Very good’.
A good singer or anyone in the field of Nepali folk music will have a decent scope. One can even get the good exposer using the internet and social media itself. Just need to have proper dedication towards it.
What’s one of the most interesting shoots you have done so far?
Not that special one, every shoot is equally interesting for me but if I must pick any one then I would say “Piratima Fail” music video shoot was quite abnormal. Rain interrupted the shoots and everyone had doubt of not completing the shoot in time but somehow it did and interestingly video was good too.
Do you have a skin care routine?
No, I am a casual type and have no special routine.
Who inspired you?
No one special, I was just inspired by nature and my village and our rich cultural heritage.
Tell us your best Songs who touch your Heart?
Each and every songs of mine. Its difficult to pick any one but my first album’s song “Maya aafaihundoraichani” makes me feel good.
Any advice you would like to give to young and aspiring Singers?
Just be dedicated towards your singing, have patient and discipline.
How selective are you while buying gadgets?
Yes, I am selective and mostly prefer the Apple brand gadgets.
Will you please share us your habit on use of social media?
I do use it regularly as any other person sharing and posting my works, feelings and opinion.
Have you anything else you would like to tell us?
Thank you. Just keep loving me and keep loving Nepali music.