Deepesh Shrestha

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Deepesh Shrestha
दिपेश श्रेष्ठ
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BornSeptember 1977 (age 46)
Kathmandu, Nepal
Alma mater
  • Tribhuvan University
  • Australian Film, Television and Radio School
  • Radio Jockey
  • Video Jockey
  • Music Video Director
  • Master of Ceremonies (MC)
  • Event Producer
  • Television Host
Years active1996-present

Deepesh Shrestha is a Radio Jockey, Video Jockey, Music Video Director, Master of Ceremonies (MC), Event Producer and a Television Host from Nepal. He has been associated with Nepali Entertainment Industry for over 24 years.

Early life

Deepesh was born in November 1977, Kathmandu, Nepal. He pursued his education from Tribhuvan University and Australian Film, Television and Radio School. He has been working in the Nepal Entertainment Industry since 1996.


Early career

Deepesh started his career as an Radio Jockey in Hits FM and gradually rose to becoming the program director. He also directed many notable music videos and TV advertisements. He has hosted award functions including Hits FM Music Awards [1]and Miss Nepal. He now runs an online show known as TheDeepeshShow.

Rise to prominence

Hits FM

Deepesh started his career from Hits FM and worked there from 1996 - 2005. He rose to the designation of Program Director hosting many acclaimed shows. He also designed and publised newsletters with the name XS Magazine[4].

Shows presented by Deepesh Shrestha
Name of the Show Aired Discription
Chaatbusters Thursays 10:00 -11:00 Played popular hindi pop songs.
Naulo Saugat Mondays and Thursdays 11:00 - 12:00 Released new Nepali pop song.
Sure Shot Fridays 11:00 - 12:00 Live phonein program with Ravi Shrestha
Face to Face Saturdays 16:00 - 17:00 Live interview program
Hits Countdown Sundays 11:00 - 12:00 Played top 15 Nepali pop songs of the week
Jhajhalko Fridays 22:00 - 23:00 Read love letters from the listeners

Music videos

Deepesh has worked with many notable singers in the Nepali music industry as a music video concept developer and director. Some of his notable works are:

Artist Songs
Karna Das Bistarai Chayo
Deepak Bajracharya Ritu
Nima Rumba Priti Basyo
Nabin K Bhattarai Timi Lai Bhetne
Raju Lama Sayad Timro Batoma
Sugam Pokharel Mero Sansaar
Sanjeev Singh Chulesima
With Green Productions
Artist Songs
Situ Kharel Nirman
Jagdish Samal Ma ta Marchhu Kyare
Nima Rumba Aauna Sangai Naachau
As a Solo Director
Artist Song
Sugam Pokharel Timi Nabhae

Award hosts

Some of the Award Functions hosted by Deepesh Shrestha are:

Award Function Year Co-host
First Hits FM Music Award 1997[5]
Third Hits FM Music Award 1999 Solo
Miss Nepal 2005 Malvika Subba
Miss World University Nepal 2006 Priyanka Karki


thedeepeshshow - Photography

Deepesh Shrestha started a YouTube channel called TheDeepeshShow in 2011 where he talked about photography, videography and technology. He then extended the show in 2020 with organic long form interview with well known Nepali artists.

thedeepeshshow - Online talk show

Deepesh Shrestha started the organic long form interview with well known Nepali artists. This show is dedicated as a platform for the guests to tell us their story, not only about their career but their journey through life. Unheard stories are unveiled by the guests themselves in an informal and light-hearted talk.[6]

Online Talk Show
Artists Interview
Deepak Bajracharya Interview
Nima Rumba Interview
Sugam Pokharel Interview
Sudin Pokharel Interview
Yogeshwar Amatya Interview
Mukti Shakya Interview
Shiva Pariyar Interview
Nabin K Bhattarai Interview
Sushil Nepal Interview
Hemanta Rana Interview
Bhusan Dahal Interview
Malvika Subba Interview
Rajesh Payal Rai Interview
Sandip Chhetri Interview
Santosh Pant Interview
Hari Bansha Acharya Interview
Shrinkhala Khatiwada Interview

In the media



  1. Choden, Tsering. "And the winner is... Nepali Music". Nepali Times. Nepali Times. Retrieved 21 June 2020.
  2. Online Nepali Radio, Rockable. "Online Nepali Radio, Radio Jhatka". Nepal ko Radio. Nepal ko Radio. Retrieved 21 June 2020.
  3. Blogspot, Nepaly. "Nepali Concert in Australia". Nepaly Blogspot. Nepaly Blogspot. Retrieved 21 June 2020.
  4. Shrestha, Deepesh (13–19 February 2004). "Win-win situation" (PDF). No. 183. Nepali Times. Retrieved 21 June 2020.{{cite news}}: CS1 maint: date format (link)
  5. FM, Hits. "Hits FM Music Awards". Hits FM. Hits FM. Retrieved 21 June 2020.
  6. Puri, Phoolmaya (14 May 2020). "Opportunity created by Lockdown: Live interview with Nepali Celebrities from Australia". No. Jun 21, 2020. Pahilo Post. Retrieved 21 June 2020.

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