Rabi Lamichhane sets Talk Show World Record

World Will Admire Nepal

 A Nepalese Reporter has set the world record for the longest television talk show marathon by staying on air for 62 Hours and 12 minutes Rabi Lamichhane, a 36-year-old US based reporter, returned to his homeland Nepal to promote the “Lord Buddha Was Born in Nepal” program, which took the Guinness world record 

The campaign was aimed to spread the message to the world that the Buddha  was born in Nepal. News24, the television station  broadcasted the program.
  One hundred guests, ranging from former Maoist rebel leader Pushpa Kamal  Dahal, to the Indian ambassador to Nepal, to Nepalese television celebrities,singers,doctors,politicians   ,many renowned figures and common people joined Lamichhane during the programme.The program started from interview of Pushpa Kamal Dahal,Politician and ended with MAHA ( Madan Krishna Shrestha and Hari Bansha Acharaya), veteran comedy actors
Lamichhane’s performance broke the record previously held by Pavlo Kuzheyev  and Tetiana Danylenko for a 52-hour broadcast to celebrate the twentieth  anniversary of Ukraine’s independence in 2011,23 to 25 August 
  According to Guinness World Records rules, Lamichhane was allowed five minutes every hour for a break.He ate on air, and even began growing a beard over the two-and-a-half-day programme.
Rabi Lamichhane (Right)
Pushpa Kamal Dahal (Left)
The show was recorded in the Nepali language with English subtitles from  the News24 studio in Kathmandu, and was live-streamed on the channel’s website  and several partner websites.
Click the Link to watch the Talk Show Online
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Rabi Lamichhane with Guinness World Record Certificate

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