Puskar Karki is a Nepali actor. In September 2022, he appeared in the Indo-Nepali film Prem Geet 3, which is the first Nepali film to be dubbed in the Hindi language, and released in Indian cinema.
Puskar Karki was born on 13 January in Bhojpur, Nepal.
A childhood picture of Puskar Karki (right)
Height (approx.): 5′ 9″
Weight (approx.): 65 kg
Hair Colour: Black
Eye Colour: Black
Body Measurements (approx.): Chest 38″, Waist 30″, Biceps 14″
Parents & Siblings
There is not much information available about Puskar’s parents.
Puskar Karki with his mother
Puskar has a brother, Raazen Pradhan.
Puskar Karki (right) with his brother Raazen Pradhan
Wife & Children
As of 2022, Puskar Karki is unmarried.
In November 2021, Puskar Karki appeared in a short Nepali film Aamako Tilahari on YouTube.
Poster of the short film Aamako Tilahari
On 23 September 2022, Puskar Karki made his debut with the Indo-Nepali film Prem Geet 3, which is directed by Chhetan Gurung and Santosh Sen. Prem Geet 3 is the third part of the Prem Geet franchise.
Puskar Karki in the poster of the Nepali film Prem Geet 3
In February 2017, Puskar appeared in the music video Timi Meri along with Mana Shrestha on YouTube.
Puskar Karki in a still from the music video Timi Meri
In February 2018, he appeared in the music video Pyar Hunchha along with Shilpa Maskey on YouTube.
Puskar Karki in a still from the music video Pyar Hunchha
Since childhood, Puskar had a great interest in theatre plays. He has acted in a few theatre plays like Masantaar, Jalini, Saledo, Andheri Nagri Chaupat Raja, and 12 Durvasa with the theatre group, Mandala Theatre, Nepal.
Puskar Karki in a still from the theatre play 12 Durvasa
Puskar Karki has appeared in a few print advertisements for brands like Pathao, a ride-hailing service provider, Virgin Scotch, and LIC Nepal.
Puskar Karki (second from left) in an advertising poster for the liquor brand Virgin
Puskar Karki owns a Yamaha FZ S.
Puskar Karki’s bike
- Puskar is fondly called Raksup by her friends and family.
- Prem Geet 3, produced by Indian filmmaker Subhash Kale, is the first Indo-Nepali film to be released in India. In an interview, Subhash Kale talked about the film being released in India and said,
Nepali film industry has been making some fine films. I felt that when Hindi-speaking audiences could accept South films with open arms, then they could do the same with Nepali films as well. Prem Geet 3 is the apt film to begin this trend as it has the scale and grandeur, and a popular actor. I am confident that Prem Geet 3 will get audiences in hordes in cinemas in India.”
- Puskar’s favourite quote is “Never lose hope.”