Haribansha Acharya comes with 'Hari Bahadur'
KATHMANDU - Hari Bansha Acharya, a prominent comedian, and writer of the 'China Harayeko Manchhe' an autobiographical piece has appeared with his second creation 'Hari Bahadur', a novel.
Acharya's longtime professional colleague and a popular figure in the Nepalese entertainment industry Madan Krishna Shrestha released the book amidst a function at Nepal Academy Saturday.
Launching the book, Shrestha said he wished that Acharya's latest work would win readers' heart as of his previous work.
Now people had to see anarchic practices in the Nepali politics as a character like Hari Bahadur dominated this field, he said while commenting on the book.
Noted writer Buddhi Sagar Chapai, the writer of 'Karnali Blues' said the Nepali fiction writing was being presently melancholic and he hoped that Acharya's work would take it to a new course.
Acharya is to set out for the nationwide tour after May 19 for face-to-face interaction with his readers. He will be seen in Chitwan, Pokhara, Butwal, Dang, Kohalpur, Surkhet, Dhangadhi, Birtamod, Biratnagar, Dharan and Sindhuli to interact with his readers about ' Hari Bahadur'.
The book is published by the Fine Prints.