MTV EXIT 2009 in Nepal

MTV Exit has launched its nationwide program in Nepal as an initiative to fight against human trafficking through awareness. The awareness program includes series of concerts and television programs starting with the free and massive concert "MTV EXIT Live in Kathmandu," on September 5 at Jawala Khel Ground in the capital.

The concert “MTV EXIT Live in Kathmandu,” will be hosted by "Malvika Subba", former Miss Nepal who is also the MTV Exit campaign´s ambassador in Nepal. Malvika Subba also narrated the anti-trafficking documentary “SOLD: An MTV EXIT Special” which introduces the tragedy of trafficking in South Asia where thousands of young girls and boys are sold into modern-day slavery.


MTV EXIT 2009 in Nepal

About the Program in Nepal:


MTV EXIT Live in Kathmandu will feature performances by Indian pop star Sunidhi Chauhan and Nepal’s top artists including Nima Rumba, Kranti Ale, and Nalina Chitraker. All have committed their support to fight human trafficking by taking part in the concert.
“I am incredibly proud to perform at this important concert,” Sunidhi Chauhan said. “I hope that through my music and my involvement in this event and the MTV EXIT campaign that millions of people learn about this tragic form of slavery.”
The event will be hosted by Malvika Subba, who narrated the anti-trafficking documentary “SOLD: An MTV EXIT Special” and is the MTV EXIT campaign’s ambassador in Nepal.
Anti-trafficking organizations Maiti Nepal and ABC Nepal will provide information on how to combat human trafficking during the concerts.



MTV EXIT Live in Kathmandu is a free concert starting at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 5. It will be broadcast on Kantipur TV and will include live footage as well as key information about human trafficking.
Three more concerts will follow in Pokhara (12-Sept), Hetauda (15-Sept) and Dharan (19-Sept) featuring top local and international talent. Australian pop sensation, Kate Miller-Heidke will perform at the Pokhara concert, continuing her support of the MTV EXIT campaign and the fight to end exploitation and trafficking.

About Sold: An MTV EXIT Special


A documentary presented by Malvika Subba", former Miss Nepal who is also the MTV Exit campaign´s ambassador in Nepal. The programme introduces the tragedy of trafficking in South Asia where thousands of young girls and boys are sold into modern-day slavery. MTV EXIT 2009 Special in NepalIt features Pramila, an 18 year old girl who was trafficked from Nepal to a brothel in Delhi; Afsana, a 16 year old who was trafficked from her village in Bangladesh into forced domestic servitude in Calcutta; and Zakir, who was just 11 when he was trafficked by his aunt into a Zari factory. Their stories are told alongside those of other people from the trafficking chain - including a middleman who preyed on young women in Mumbai before selling them into brothels, a Zari factory owner who has witnessed trafficking and exploitation, and an inspirational trafficking survivor, Gita, who now works as a border guard looking out for potential victims and traffickers. Sold provides a compelling look into this dark, inhuman, and exploitative world and shows how each one of us can help to prevent modern-day slavery.
Watch the Videos of the " Sold: An MTV EXIT Special " Below.


MTV Exit Special by Malvika Subba Part 1



MTV Exit Special by Malvika Subba Part 2



MTV Exit Special by Malvika Subba Part 3



Don't forget to attend the concert on September 5 at Jawala Khel Ground. Enjoy..........
Info Sources:
Wikipedia, MTV EXIT, Youtube
MTV EXIT 2009 in Nepal MTV EXIT 2009 in Nepal Reviewed by Nepali Chalchitra on 4:15 AM Rating: 5

6 comments:

  1. NEPALI CELEBRITIESAugust 30, 2009 at 2:52 AM

    It's an MTV event (program)and so the logo of MTV.

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  2. you are really great di

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  3. Malvika, your collections are really awesome yaar.iT's really needy for us and Upcoming generation now a days. i really appreciate that you are a successful Collector Subba. hope you always keep RockinG at.keep iT uP

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  5. APPRECIATED YOUR JOB ! YOU HAVE A GREAT JOB.
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