Dare to dream to become a singing sensation? Send your entries to MNTV Hall of Fame and win a prize worth NRS 5 lakhs

My Nepal TV (MNTV) Australia amidst a virtual press conference officially announced the commencement of their signature program MNTV Hall of Fame Season II on Saturday.

Witnessing an enthusiastic participation from several media outlets, advertising sponsors, judges, and other stakeholders, everyone congratulated MNTV Hall of Fame for their efforts, and wished them the best towards a successful edition.

What is Hall of Fame?

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to place us in an unprecedented situation, MNTV Australia, in a bid to promote aspiring and talented singers has decided to host its second edition of MNTV Hall of Fame II – an international online singing competition. MNTV Australia’s objective via Hall of Fame is to connect the global Nepali community with the power of music, to hone the talent of singers, and to present to the world a gifted musical prodigy.

After a successful first season of MNTV Hall of Fame, our team is excited and enthusiastic to present an international singing competition – with a vision to be at par with other international singing and talent competitions.

According to MNTV, Hall of Fame will adopt the true spirit of friendly competition, and will be an example of recognition of talent.

Who are MNTV’s Judges?

The talents will be judged by senior and recognised figures of the Nepali musical industry which include celebrated singer Deep Shrestha, lead singer of popular band Kandara Bibek Shrestha, and popular singer Rajina Rimal.

What is the prize?

The winner of Hall of Fame Season II will win a package of NRS 5 lakhs which includes a Cash Prize of NRS 100,000 and an exclusive music recording in a studio along with a professionally recorded music video equivalent to NRS 400,000.

How to send your entries?

Log on to www.hofnepal.com and send in your entries. Your video must be within 3 minutes to 5 minutes, and be recorded without any special effects. There should be no musical background or instrument.

When is the deadline?

The deadline for applications has been scheduled for 15th November, 2020, and will encourage participant entries from across the world. In the first round, 50 of the best entries will advance to the next stage. In the next stages, participants’ performances will be judged via popularity and the panel of judges.

Who is supporting MNTV Hall of Fame?

Hall of Fame has been supported by Mate’s International and Queensford College as its primary sponsor with RGIT Australia and Ultimate Institute of Australia (UIA) as its co-sponsors. Similarly City Express Money Transfer, Grace International Education and Migration, Multi Dynamic Real Estate, Kathmandu Properties are also supporting the initiative.

About MNTV Australia:

Founded in 2012, MNTV Australia is a trusted source of information for millions of Nepalis across the globe. It has proved its mettle via its commitment towards objective journalism. Mr. Chandra Yonzon, who is a respected community leader and a multi-faceted personality which includes entrepreneurial and social initiatives, serves MNTV Australia as its Chairman. Mr. Chiranjebi Devkota, a seasoned journalist with experience in multiple media sectors serves as the publication’s editor-in-chief. Hall of Fame – II’s brand management has been entrusted with Mr. Raman Jha, who brings his expertise to the brand.

Hall of Fame was envisioned by popular music video director Mr. Jeewan Rashaili. After conducting a successful first edition, Mr. Rashaili is stoked to make Hall of Fame – II bigger, better, and more successful.

Who is the program host?

To connect Nepal’s youth with the initiative, Miss Oceania Nepal 2020 Jemina Shrestha will be hosting the program and help MNTV Hall of Fame give the show a dynamic appeal.

Popular media channels such as  Setopati Online, Canada Nepal, Ratopati, Nepalese Voice Australia, Nepal Tube, Nepalese Australian, Clap Board, Lahuri TV, E-Nepal, Himalayan Kangaroo, The Nepali Times Australia, London-Nepal News, Khasokhas have also extended their support towards the initiative, and MNTV Australia is in discussion with Prime TV HD to enable tv-broadcast of the program to a wider audience.