The fake journalist, Rishi Dhamala, is the guy at the last that shouts, "Will you now come into politics or continue business?"
Avenues TV showed how some of these retards went on to vandalize some of the chairs in the palace, and how some of them quarreled over to sit on that chair on which Gyanendra sat after he
When asked why he
was sitting there the guy replied ," I just want to feel how it feels to sit on the chair on which the ex-King sat".
It's none other that our front-runner media man, Rishi Dhamala
A lot of people criticize him - he's
reviled as a person of no talent but a cunning person, who seeks self-aggrandizement, publicity, and a sycophant of political leaders.
Dhamala has been working as the President of Reporter's Club for a long time now.
I knew his
name before I saw him on TV.
As a child, when I first heard his
name, I imagined Rishi Dhamala
to be an old man with a long white beard and a white moustache, wearing yellow clothes.
I imagined him like an actual Rishi
That was, however, not to be.
When I asked my father who Rishi Dhamala
showed me a guy wearing a suit.
was nowhere near my imagination.
A tall guy, probably in his
mid 20's, Dhamala looks as if he
is always on the go.
From that day, my father showed Dhamala
, I have never failed to find him on the news.
is always behind politicians, who are being interviewed.
seems to be talking on the phone, sometimes he
is raising his
hand as if to say hello to someone who is on the other side of the camera.
You would imagine that a journalist would be with people who are being interviewed with a camera, or recorder, or if nothing at all - with just a pen and a paper.
carries none of the above.
looks at the interviewee, at the interviewers and the camera.
smiles while he
does the latter.
There's another distinct quality about him.
wears a neat shirt, and a coat on top of that all the time.
Summer's hot - I can't stand in the sun even with a t-shirt and shorts, but he
wears all those clothes and runs around in the sun all the time.
does that, I do not know.
wants to impress girls out there, or he
feels comfortable in the sun, or if he
need more hotness in his
However, there's no denying that other media personnel have accepted his
No one dares to take his
position behind prominent men - either they are afraid of Dhamala
, or they are afraid of the shame they would be subjected to if they act like Dhamala
Cameramen also seem to keep Dhamala
within the focus of their cameras.
on the right of the person interviewed, then the camera shows Dhamala
on the right, and the interviewee on the left and vice versa if he's
on the left of the interviewee.
Nonetheless, like him or not, he's
become a prominent media man now.
Almost everyone who has an access to television knows his
face and his
Even ambassadors visited him when he