Arpan Thapa Biography

Arpan Thapa- Biography, Age, Height, Education

Arpan Thapa
Arpan Thapa


Full Name Arpan Thapa
Birthday 15th November
Horoscope Scorpio
Hight 5 ft. 8 inch
Birth Place Kathmandu
Education studied acting in Mumbai in 2002 form Kishore Namit Kapoor Acting Academy
Profession Actor, Director, Script Writer
Years active 2007 – Present
Favorite Music Jazz, blues

Arpan Thapa, born on November 15, 1979 (Thursday, 2036/7/29) is a Nepali film actor, Director, and scriptwriter. He studied acting in Mumbai in 2002 from Kishore Namit Kapoor Acting Academy. After completion of his acting courses in Mumbai, Thapa returned to Nepal to start his career in the Nepali film industry. He used to sell CDs at Mahabouddha, to promote the business of a friend, which was where he had the opportunity to meet Murray Kerr, the director of his debut movie.

Birami Sahar (Sick City) Arpan Thapa
Birami Sahar (Sick City)

He started his Nepali film career from Movie [Birami Shar (Sick City (2011))] directed by Murray Kerr. Arpan Thapa played the role of Krishna. Sick City was able to win the Best Nepali Award KIMFF (Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival). Batch No. 16, Chhadke, Badhshala, Dhanda are a few other movies in which he has contributed his roles. His first directed movie is Mukhauta (2014) where he played the role of Pandit. He had played the role of the brother/manager of Superstar Anmol KC in Movie A Mero Hajur 3 (2019).

His favorite actors are Hari Bansa Acharya and Madan Krishna Shrestha (Maha Jodi). Besides acting Arpan Thapa likes music, sports, and reading. He loves listening to jazz and blues while he loves watching football and reading fiction novels. His favorite footballer is Zinedine Zidane. Arpan Thapa is a shining star in Nepali Film Industry you wanna keep an eye on.

Arpan Thapa Movie

  • 2010:  Batch No: 16
  • 2011:  Sick City
  • 2012: Dhanda
  • 2013: Chadkke, Badhsala, Kathmandu, un Espejo en el Cielo, Maun
  • 2014:  Mukhauta, Suntali
  • 2015: Dying Candle, Bir Bikram, Bato Muni Ko Phool 2, Hamlet
  • 2016: Anaagat
  • 2018: Butterfly (colors of love)
  • 2019: A Mero Hajur 3


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