Shiva Regmi

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Shiva Regmi was born on 1965 in Chitwan, Nepal, is a Nepalese film director. Discover Shiva Regmi’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 48 years old?

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Age48 years old
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BirthplaceChitwan, Nepal
Date of deathDecember 9, 2013,
Died PlaceKathmandu, Nepal

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Shiva Regmi Height, Weight & Measurements

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Who Is Shiva Regmi’s Wife?

His wife is Gyanu Regmi (m. 1985–2013)

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WifeGyanu Regmi (m. 1985–2013)
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ChildrenBhanawan Regmi, Abhishesh Regmi, Pallabi Regmi, Samjhana Regmi

Shiva Regmi Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Shiva Regmi worth at the age of 48 years old? Shiva Regmi’s income source is mostly from being a successful Director. He is from Nepalese. We have estimated Shiva Regmi’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
Salary in 2019Under Review
Net Worth in 2019Pending
Salary in 2019Under Review
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Source of IncomeDirector

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Shiva Regmi (1965 – 9 December 2013) was a Nepali film director, producer and writer. His most recent film is So Simple. In 2010, Regmi was awarded the Nepali Film Development Board’s National Film Award for Best Director for his work on the film Duniya.

In March 2013 Regmi was admitted in Om hospital, ktm for the first time with the complaint of general illness such as diarrhoea and vomiting. When a whole health checkup was done, creatinine was found on the higher side i.e. 2.3. On general advice he was discharged from hospital. He was consistently in contact with the Nephro department doctors of Om hospital (Dr. P.k Chettri, Dr. Prakash Poudel, Dr. Dhiraj Manander). Gradually the creatinine and urea raised to higher side. Then he was advised to do Peritoneal dialysis from May 2013.

Gyanu Regmi (wife) was trained to do peritoneal dialysis. Bhawana Regmi is a staff nurse of Om hospital so it was easy for her to take care of her father. On August 2013 Regmi had stroke and lost vision for 48 hours. Because of bad health he was shifted from teaching hospital, maharajgunj to Om hospital. After 48 hours his health was improved. On 14 August 2013 he went Delhi, India for further treatment. In Sir Gangaram Hospital doctors advised him to take anti-tubercular drugs as he had persisent fever of unknown origin. As he was an immunocompromised person, the ATD drug was started. He returned to Nepal after two weeks’ stay. Renal transplant was planned for 14 November 2013. In October 2013 he had convulsion and the cause for it was not diagnosed. After few days he had a stroke which paralyzed the left half of his body (hemiplegea). He wished to visit home town Chitwan. He was taken to Chitwan by ambulance. After few days of stay he developed difficulty in breathing. Immediately he was taken to CMS hospital of Chitwan. Due to the period of Laxmi puja, doctors were not available. Then after 5 days he was diagnosed as nosocomial pneumonial. On 7 November ventillatory support was given. After failed trial treatment of CMS hospital of Chitwan he was taken to Vayoda hospital of Balkhu, ktm by air ambulance on 27 November. He was planned to be taken to max hospital of Delhi, India on 9 December. But he died of kidney failure on 9 December 2013 at the age of 49 in Kathmandu.


Regmi’s experimental movie Paahuna was a moderate success and Upahaar was a flop that came in 2004. In 2004 he returned with big hit movies like Haami Teen Bhai and Muglaan. Nikhil Upreti got his first national award for best actor for his performance in Haami Teen Bhai. Regmi’s first films as a producer, Maanis and Duniya, were box office failures although both were critically acclaimed. Regmi received the NEFTA award for best director for Maanis and his first national award for best director for Duniya in 2005. His next movies, Ram Balram and Yuddha were below average at box office. But in 2008 his MaHa project Kaha Bhetiyela was one of the biggest hits of his career; he received his second national award for best director and NEFTA award for best popular director of 2008. His first movie with MaHa (Madan Krishna Shrestha and Hari Bansha Acharya) in 2010 was below average but he received his third national award for best writer. Saathi Ma Timro in 2011 was a box office success. His new film Phool released on 4 May 2012. So simple was released on the festival eve of Bada dashain along with other 3 movies. Box office report was below the mark but Regmi was critically praised for his work. While his latest projects, Mann Le Mann Lai Chhunchha and Paraai are set to release later in 2013.


In 1999 Regmi’s most ambitious script, Aafanta, was rejected by many directors, so he chose to direct the film himself. After the success of Aafanta, he reassembled the cast for Aafno Manchhe, but this time he included Dilip Rayamajhi and Bipana Thapa in the lead. Aafno Manchhe was the huge success, and is counted among the biggest hit movies of Nepali film cinema. He got Film Awards for Best Dialogue for the movie. His next film was Ye Mero Hajur. He again turned to star Shree Krishna Shrestha; the movie was a box office hit. In 2002 he directed Sukha Dukha: an emotional family drama which was again a huge hit at the box office. He received the Lux Award for best director and motion picture award for best story.


Born in Chitwan, Nepal, Regmi started his career as a theatrical actor, director and writer. He worked at Narayani kala mandir for many years, writing, directing and acting in many of his own plays. He won the National award for best drama writer for Swades Bhitra Harayeko Nagarik in 1993. This play, along with Pukaar brought Regmi national attention, and both were performed widely throughout Nepal. His first film work was as a writer for Prem Puja but he did not receive wide recognition as a film writer until his success with Mohoni. After writing the scripts for several movies he debuted as a director with Aafanta. He followed this with several more films, including Aafno Manchhe, Yeh Mero Hajur, Sukha Dukha, Haami Teen Bhai, Kaha Bhetiyela and many more,. After this he wrote scripts for many movies like Allare, Dahijo, Maiti, Gorkhali, Dharti and so on. He also appeared as a supporting actor in Sindoor Poote along with Rajesh Hamal.


Shiva Raj Regmi is the eldest son of Late Khaga Raj Regmi and Bhakta Maya Regmi. He was born in Baraghare in Chitwan District, Nepal in 1965. He spent his childhood in Chitwan and Gorkha. He married Gyanu Regmi in 1985; together they have four children: Samjhana, Bhanawan, Abhishesh and Pallabi Regmi. Bhawana Regmi has started her own film career, appearing in So Simple, directed by Shiva Regmi.