Nepal | May 25, 2020

Yashodha Subedi, spouse of Madan Krishna Shrestha, passes away

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KATHMANDU: Yashodha Subedi, wife of noted actor and comedian in the Nepali entertainment industry, Madan Krishna Shrestha, died of cancer on Monday night. She was 67.

According to the National Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Harisiddhi in Lalitpur, Subedi, who was suffering from cancer for a long time was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) in the hospital where she breathed her last at 10: 50 pm yesterday.

Meanwhile, her body has been kept at the hospital.

Subedi had been consulting with Medical Oncologist Dr Sudeep Shrestha, the hospital informed THT Online.

Subedi is survived by her spouse Shrestha, a son and a daughter.

Shrestha is well known for his method acting and performs on stage most of the time with his partner Hari Bansha Acharya, their pair findly referred to as ‘MaHa’.

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