KFV pays royalty

KATHMANDU: As part of its corporate social responsibility, Kathmandu Fun Valley (KFV) has handed over a cheque of Rs 100,000 to the Nepal Performers’ Society for playing Nepali songs.

The KFV handed over the cheque as royalty for playing Nepali songs within its premise, a decision taken following change in the management of KFV.

“We believe all the hard work Nepali artistes put into creating beautiful music deserve to be paid a fair share if and when their music is played in public space,” reads a media release issued on Friday.

Moreover, KFV’s ticket will be available on eSewa’s web and mobile applications from March-end.