जन्म मिति

Born 19 April 1950 (age 70)

Kathmandu, Nepal


Actor, comedian, singer



Yasodha Shrestha

(m. 1983; death 2018


Madan Krishna Shrestha was born on 19 April 1950. His mother, Laxmi Devi Shrestha, died during his childhood and was the reason for his seriousness. He and his wife live in Dhobidhara, Kathmandu, Nepal, and he has a son and a daughter both of whom reside in the United States.


He received his primary education from the Montessori school, J.P. school, and Padmadev School. He passed SLC (a final examination in the secondary level of Nepal) from Shanti Nikunja School and then he did his I.Com. at Mahendra Ratna Public College and attempted a BA at a private institute. Since he was very much involved in the field of art, he could not make it through his graduation.

MaHa fame

Madan Krishna Shrestha became noted by Nepalese viewers and critics after his performance in Rashtriya Gaijatra Mahotsav in 2032 BS. Before meeting Hari Bansha Acharya, he had contributions in the art for 10 years. The duo has become a hit and has done many comedic dramas and events in all parts of the world. The MaHa Jodi has produced a lot of Drama & Telefilms based on sociopolitical sector of Nepal.[6]


  • Gorkha Dakshin Bahu – His Majesty of Government Paralysis
  • Jagadamba Shree Award 2047 (1991) – Madan Puraskar Guthi Anshabandha
  • Jaycess Youth Award 1988 – Nepal Jaycess 4Cockfight
  • Rastriya Yuba Gaurav Samman 2054 – Antarrastriya Manch Nepal Raddi Tokari
  • Best Comedian 2043 (1986) – Lions Club Bishal Bazar apath Grahan
  • Best Actor 2054 (1992) – Abhiyan Aina
  • Best Director 2048 (1992) – Tele Film Award Bigyapan (Record breaking drama in Nepal)
  • Best Script Writer London Airport
  • Best Dialogue 2047 (1991) – Nepal Video Film Organization Woda Number 34
  • Best Singer 2026 (1969) – Prakash Pustakalaya, Jochhen, Kathmandu Rastriya Gaun Khane Katha Pratiyogita
  • Abhiyan Shree Award 2057 (2000) Shraddh
  • Nepal Samman 2057 Nepal Felicitation 2000 – Everest Foundation Nepal Picnic
  • Best Character Artist Award 2056 (2056) – Nepal Motion Picture Association Abhibhawak
  • Outstanding Contribution Award 2058 (2001) – Nepal Motion Picture Award Sangeet
  • Millennium Khyali Juju Award 2057 (2000) Remote Control
  • Hari Tara Award 2052 (1996) – Nepal Film Artist Association Nepal Bandha
  • Best Dialogue – Nepal Film Artist Association Wrong Number
  • Best Story Writer – Abhiyan Prasna Uttar
  • Appreciation Award 1999 – The Everest Magazine, Toronto, Canada 20. Dohori Geet
  • Lux Movie Award 2003 – The Best Character Artist 21. Geetai Geet
  • Madan Bhandari National Award[7] Kaukuti