Manisha Koirala is a Nepalese actress known for her work in Indian films. One of the most critically acclaimed actresses of the 1990s, Koirala has won several prestigious awards. She is also known for her social activism and is credited with promoting women's rights. Her achievements in films and off-screen work have made her one of the most recognized Nepalis.
ALRA alumna Amrita Acharia is best known as Dothraki handmaiden Iri from the series Game of Thrones. The Nepalese-Ukrainian actor is also known as Dr. Ruby Walker from The Good Karma Hospital and has appeared in films such as I Am Yours. She also works to rehabilitate trafficked Nepalese children.
Binod Chaudhary is a Nepalese politician, businessman, and philanthropist. He is best known for his association with the Chaudhary Group, where he serves as the president and chairman. Also known for his charity work, Binod Chaudhary was honoured in 2015 by Sri Sri University for his contribution in philanthropy. In 2016, he received the Asian Man of the Year Award.
Prince Nirajan was a prince of Nepal best known as the son of King Birendra and Queen Aishwarya of Nepal. Prince Nirajan and eight other members of the royal family were killed in what came to be known as the Nepalese royal massacre in 2001. His parents and two of his siblings were also killed in the massacre.
Paras Shah is the last Crown Prince of Nepal as the monarchy was abolished in 2008 by the Interim Constituent Assembly following the Constituent Assembly election. A controversial personality, Paras Shah has had several brushes with the law and has been arrested on multiple occasions.
Ganesh Man Singh was a Nepalese political leader best remembered for leading the 1990 People's Movement in Nepal. Revered as the Iron-man of Nepali politics and the Father of Democracy in Nepal, Ganesh Man Singh was honored with the Human Rights Award by the United Nations in 1993. He was the first South Asian statesman to receive the award.
Man Mohan Adhikari was a Nepalese political leader best remembered for his service as the Prime Minister of Nepal from 30 November 1994 to 12 September 1995. An important member of the Communist Party of Nepal, Man Mohan Adhikari was the first communist to hold the prime minister's office in Nepal.