I loved reading about Alok and Jharna's friendship. I wish my friendships were like theirs too. However, I still think they would make a great couple.
- Brijan Shrestha
The cover story on Alok and Jharana's 'Very Long Friendship' was really nice, though I wish to see the director and actress bonding together in a movie. Can we expect something soon?
Comfort and style
I really like Korean and Japanese sense of style. Anyone can be inspired by any style, but it is unreasonable to wear something that looks good on others but not on you. It is essential to know your body structure, habit, and nature to wear something suitable. Another important thing is your comfort level on wearing a particular outfit. It would be nice if everyone had the correct sense of fashion, but alas.
Live your dream!
I really enjoyed reading Deepak Bajracharya's 'Lessons in Life'. His story sounds very inspiring. Indeed, if one is into something, and they truly dedicate themselves to it, they can make it through all the challenges. Great job Deepak dai!
Bold and Beautiful
It's good to see Alok and Jharna together. I agree to Alok that she looks perfectly confident in any outfit. I love her acting and want to wish her good luck in the future. And Alok's creativity is really inspiring and I look forward to more movies from him in the future!
Layer it up!
I really like guys dressed in layers. I think they look great, although it can get quite tricky and disastrous if not done correctly. I hope Kunal's 'Sense of Style' from last issue will help guys get their layers right!
Girl on top
Kudos to Tsedo! She will definitely be an inspiration to the thousands of Nepali girls who have been suppressed by the conservatism of the Nepali Society. Her attitude and confidence to lead her family owned business is really a significant topic to be addressed so thank you WAVE for bringing her into the limelight.
Umes Shrestha dai rocks. He deserves respect for what he has contributed to the underground metal scene. Keep it up!
Just the urban fare
WAVE is cool. I had been reading it for four years, but stopped for a year and got the last issue. I was shocked that it is still the same despite changes in the paper and colour quality. It is very city oriented. It may have told stories of the lower class, but it is not a magazine for wholesome Nepali youngsters. I don't think the majority of today's young people want lifestyle fanning around fashion, celebrities and glamour. And let it always be the favourite magazine of every young person and not only of those who live in big houses in the city and wear expensive clothes.
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