Himalayan News Service
Deepak Bajracharya is the first identified face for Bagpiper whoâ€™s been signed in for a contract of one year. And an event was organised to commemorate the signing in â€” â€˜Ma Ra Mero Guitar, an evening with Deepak Bajracharyaâ€™ at Mall Hotel on January 29. The event was managed by Ournepal.com and The Himalayan Times was the media partner for the event.
Audiences whoâ€™d been resisting their desperate anticipation, all of a sudden, jumped off their seats shaking off their scruples to the singerâ€™s incitement. A long period of lull was broken off when quite imperceptibly, the hitherto muffled gathering burst into a thunderous applause. It was quite evident that the explosive acclamation was to welcome the arrival of the dandy singer, Deepak Bajracharya. Bajracharya, a popular name in creating Latino-pop music in Nepal, has earned many accolades and the audiences were not disappointed as Bajracharya entertained every one present throughout.
It never occurred that a meagre turn out, which at first appeared just a score of audiences, had unwittingly turned into an enthusiastically uproarious crowd. Rows of tables and chairs were scattered on the lawn adjacent to the hotel complex and the oil-lit lamps provided a perfect and pleasant ambience. Bajracharya started off with his all time favourite number
â€œRituâ€ followed by his other famous tracks. The singer received wonderful applause when he sang a number from his forthcoming release â€˜Jhumi Jhumiâ€™.
DJ session by Dipen which followed Bajracharya didnâ€™t leave the audience glued to their seats as they seemed to be eager to gyrate.
Rohit Chawdhary, UBgroup, said, â€œBajracharya has been identified as the first Nepali face as a mass singer to promote the mass product Bagpiper.â€
Bajracharya is the first identified Nepali face for Bagpiper after a series of Indian film stars â€” Jackie Shroff, Akshay Kumar, Sunny Deol to name a few â€” having endorsed the product.