lexlimbu is me, someone who is constantly searching and never satisfied with the present. I find it difficult to enjoy the moment however on the quest to do so, I have become a master at pretending. Now, lexlimbu.com was a hobby that has now become a responsibility; to carry forth the works of people and give a platform for many causes. It's the only Nepali website which is interesting, informative and youthful.
Style in sense of fashion is the last thing I worry about. I am a fan of recycling my clothes and have been wearing my favorite pair of jeans bought only for Nrs 1600 from Pokhara for a while now. I am very lobhi when it comes to spending money on clothes. My theory is why spend a lot on something that will tear soon. Buy something cheap and cheerful that will last for a while if not a life time.
There are people that exist who are hard working which motivate me but personally I haven't found an individual who I would class as my role model. When you have a role model you automatically have expectations from them and I'm learning to wipe that habit off, expectations lead to disappointment.
I wish I had more! haha! Fans are definitely needed, they are the true sources who lift you up but they also have the power to bring you down in a moment. Apart from few mega stars in Nepal, I don't think many others have the ability to command a strong fan following. There isn't that 'craze' like in the West but I'm sure in the next 5-10 years when tabloid journalism kicks off, things will get quite chaotic.
What do I say, back in 2003-2005 she was in her prime; she was the hottest woman in Nepal by far. Yes she took her clothes off and got the tag but in Nepali music videos she wears a sari and still gives off that heat! I am quite disappoited that she couldn't fit into the trend of film-making back then. She's evergreen.
Oye oye, oye oye, current' lagcha malay choyay. Whenever someone says current I instantly think of that Rekha Thapa song. She's such a legend, a one man-army. Moving on, currently I am tied up in pre-production work for my YouTube show 'Lex in Nepal', by this Dashain it hopefully will be on YouTube for you all to watch. It might come as a disappointment but they not parodies and I have strictly chosen to not go down that route. The videos are something which I myself can say 'oh I did that' 10 years later and be proud of it. More will be revealed in the next month.
It's the most popular magazine in Nepal. The long-running success of Wave is something which other publications can only dream of. Unlike new magazines which are very city focused, WAVE is the magazine of and for Nepal and Nepalis everywhere. I feel honored to be on Wave again and really like and enjoyed the past few issues.