Gopal Adhikari ‘Twankendra’ to live permanently in US

Gopal Adhikari has joined the club of artists who have left the country to live in the USA.

On July 26, 2010 Gopal Adhikari went to the US with a team of Tito Satya artists to perform in a number of cities all over America.  All other artists returned back except Gopal Adhikari. After a year, he has got the Green Card, a permit to let him stay in US legally.

After the Tito Satya team returned back he went into hiding until he could get the Green Card, a residency permit allowing him to stay there legally. After receiving the Green Card, he has recently returned back to Nepal to take his family back to the USA to live there permanently. twakendra_gopal_2

Milan Timilsina talked with Gopal in Kathmandu and the interview in Nepali is posted below (credit onlinekhabar).



Post Author: badmasi

7 thoughts on “Gopal Adhikari ‘Twankendra’ to live permanently in US


    (November 26, 2011 - 10:47 pm)

    So he can wash dishes in INDIAN RESTAURANT in America. No one can get a office job without American degree, even for American with a master degree, hard to find a job in this bad economy. I hate seeing Nepali artist washing dishes in Indian Restaurant.


    (November 26, 2011 - 10:55 pm)

    Are you a dishwasher or a cashier? If you can provide me your address, I would like to get your autograph because I am your fan.


    (November 27, 2011 - 11:23 pm)

    hello daju sarba prataham ta namskar maliai hajurko abhinaya sahrai ramro lagyo yasto ramro abhinaya garne manchhe lai kina gumauna lageko hola tara mero ta yahi sandes chha aphno desmata ladera pani adhikar lina sakinchha tara americama ta ladera panin adhikar paidaina ni daju pahilai hos puraunus

    Ramesh Khadka

    (February 10, 2012 - 8:20 pm)

    A lot of Nepali claim that “people respect work in USA”. This is the bullshit peddled by laborer Nepalis who want to show off in Nepal. Ever wondered how Americans don’t do the job you guys do? Have you tried to make friends with decent Americans with some degree in your neighborhood? I am sure you will then know how they treat you. First you are an immigrant, and to top that, you are a menial laborer. Who would want to associate with you?

    Lachu Acharya

    (February 17, 2012 - 7:49 pm)

    i think you got little proud of yourself because i saw ur answer which u give here.. some answer make some people feel bad.

    laxuman dhungel

    (January 22, 2013 - 8:14 am)

    not every job is respected in america ! america gives green card to the labourers of poor country to wash their dishes and clean their toilets ! have you ever seen a native american washing dishes ? HELL NO !!! …IT’S YOUR stupid mind that you think they respect all the job ! they do racism against people of inferior countries and give them low paid labour jobs ! i think you dis-respected nepal and it’s people you should never come nepal and show your coward face ever again and show money by washing other’s asses !


      (January 18, 2017 - 7:20 pm)

      Oh yea u think its cowardly if u sacrifice your career and life and everything you had just so your kids could have a better future? Bitch please stop commenting on things that u have no idea what he’s going through in this. Please stop this negativity and hate.

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