The Cinema Times, Kathmandu- Bhutanese actress Ugen Choden who is set to debut in Nepali Cinema via. Dipendra Lama’s directorial venture, flies back to her home country, Bhutan.
She was here in Nepal, since 80 days, shooting her Nepali debut movie ‘Dui Numbari’.
Choden left home on a chartered plane sent by Bhutanese government on Saturday. The plane was here in Kathmandu, to fly back actress Choden and a Pilot.
Now, she is on 21 days quarantine at Olathang Hotel, at Paro, in order avoid the risk novel coronavirus possible infection.
After the completion of quarantine, she will departure for her home city Thimpu, also the country’s capital.
The actress said she is happy to be home.
‘I am happy to be here in Bhutan. On my quarantine period I will spend time watching movies and reading few books’, the actress said.
She also told that, this was her first time she was out this long, outside Bhutan.
‘This is the longest time I have spent outside Bhutan so far’, the actress revealed.
She hopes to return Nepal soon.
The Actress debut movie couldn’t complete its shoot due to nationwide lockdown. The cinema will resume its shoot, as soon as, the condition eases.
In this cinema, actress Choden is paired opposite DayaHang Rai.
The movie also features Paul Shah and Barsha Raut.
The Actress has already featured in eight Bhutanese cinema.
During her lockdown periods, here in Nepal, She spent her time in a hotel and relative’s home..