Malvika Subba (माल्बिका सुब्बा (लिम्बु)) is a well-known Nepali media personality, beauty queen, actress, television host, social activist, and entrepreneur. She has made significant contributions to the Nepali film industry and media industry. She has won several awards for her contributions to the Nepali film industry and media industry. She was crowned Miss Nepal in 2002 and represented Nepal in the Miss World 2002 pageant. She was also awarded the Best Female Video Jockey award at the Kantipur Television Awards in 2006 and the Best Female Model award at the Fashion and Model Awards in 2007. She is known for her work as a TV host for Call Kantipur and Voice of India and acting in movies and dramas like God Lives in The Himalayas, Good Bye Kathmandu, and Hamri Shiwani. This article will discuss Malvika Subba’s early life, education, career, personal life, and achievements.
|Full Name||Malvika Subba (माल्बिका सुब्बा (लिम्बु))|
|Profession||Nepali Media Personality, Beauty Queen, Actress, Television Host, Social Activist, and Entrepreneur|
|Popular For||She appearance in Call Kantipur as a TV host and has presented in multiple TV shows.|
Age, Birthday and Zodiac
|Age (As of 2023)||42 years old|
|Date of Birth||July 19, 1981 A.D|
|Birth Place||Dharan, Nepal|
Malvika Subba was born on July 19, 1981 A.D, in Dharan, Nepal, and her zodiac sign is Cancer. She is currently 42 years old.
Early Life and Education
Malvika Subba was born on July 19, 1981 A.D, in Dharan, Nepal. She grew up in a middle-class family and graduated with her Master’s in Mass Communication and Journalism from Pokhara University.
Height and Weight
Malvika Subba stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68m). Her weight is private. She has a fit body and is known for her beauty and style.
She comes from a middle-class family, and her parents’ names are not publicly known. Her father is a police officer, and her mother, Sashikala Subba, is a Nurse. He was the third child of her parents, after two brothers.
Personal Life and Relationship
|Spouse||Riyaj Shrestha (2012- 2020)|
|Children||Zayir Rio Subba Shrestha|
Malvika Subba is a married woman and has a son with her husband Riyaj Shrestha on April 25, 2012, in a private ceremony held at Malvika’s home in Golfutar, Kathmandu. They have a son named Zayir Rio Subba Shrestha, born in 2016. She is known to be a devoted mother and often shares pictures of her son on social media.
Malvika Subba’s husband, Riyaj Shrestha, is a businessman, and the couple met when Malvika was in the USA to participate in the ANA Fashion Show in 2009. They have been together for over a decade and have built a strong relationship based on love and mutual respect. In the past, there have been rumours about Malvika Subba’s divorce and relationship issues.
However, during her appearance on ‘The Fourth Trimester’ podcast hosted by Priyanka Karki, Malvika shared that she departed from her home when her son was just two years old, a decision she made independently due to its immense difficulty. Talking to Priyanka during the show, Malvika said,” I left home when my son was two years old. I took that decision alone after it was very difficult for me.
Malvika Subba is a multi-talented Nepali media personality who has made significant contributions to the Nepali film industry and media industry. Malvika Subba started her career as a TV host for Call Kantipur and Voice of India. She worked for Call Kantipur as a TV host on Kantipur Television after winning the Miss Nepal title in 2002. She became MTV EXIT’s Ambassador for Human Trafficking and associated with Youth SpokesPerson for Action Aid’s Hunger-Free Campaign, HIV/AIDS Youth Leader by UNICEF, and Shangrila Housing as Sales and Marketing Manager. She has also acted in movies and dramas like God Lives in The Himalayas, Good Bye Kathmandu, and Hamri Shiwani. She has also worked as the chief editor for one of Nepal’s leading fashion and lifestyle magazines, Navyaata. In 2011, Subba established her retail clothing store with in-house designers. She is the Co-Founder and Creative Director of House of Alternative Apparel, also known as HAA and Himalayan Climate Initiative (HCI).
Awards and Achievements
|Year in A.D||Award|
|2006||Best Female Video Jockey award at the Kantipur Television Awards|
|2007||Best Female Model award at the Fashion and Model Awards|
In May 2022, Malvika Subba was involved in a controversy related to the Manoj Pandey rape case. A freelance makeup,” Sushmita Regmi” artist alleged that she had been repeatedly raped by a pageant organizer when she was 16 in 2014. The police called in Malvika Subba to record her statement as she was a witness to the incident. She told the police that the young lady had told her she was harassed, but she did not ask for details from the lady.
In 2022, Malvika Subba was criticized on social media for protecting her friend, who was accused of rape. Some people felt she benefited financially from his connections in the beauty and modelling industry.
Malvika Subba is active on social media and has a significant following. Malvika Subba has an official Instagram account with the handle @malvikasubbaofficial. She has over 300k followers on the platform and regularly posts pictures and updates about her personal and professional life as of October 2023. She is also on Twitter with the handle @MalvikaSubba and has 11.8k followers as of 2023. She uses it to share her thoughts and opinions on various topics. Malvika Subba also has a Facebook page with over 976k followers as of October 2023, and TikTok has 78k followers on TikTok as of October 2023 A.D. She is also active on Linkedin and has 543 followers as of October 2023 A.D.
|Estimated Net Worth||N/A|
No concrete information is available on Malvika Subba’s net worth, and it is safe to assume that she has a substantial net worth given her successful career and achievements.
- Malvika Subba was crowned Miss Nepal in 2002 and represented Nepal in the Miss World 2002 pageant.
- She was awarded the Best Female Video Jockey at the Kantipur Television Awards in 2006.
- She is the Co-Founder and Creative Director of House of Alternative Apparel, also known as HAA and Himalayan Climate Initiative (HCI).
- She established her own retail clothing store with in-house designers in 2011.
- She was the chief editor for Nepal’s leading fashion and lifestyle magazine, Navyaata.
- She has worked as a TV host for Call Kantipur and Voice of India.
- She is known for her social activism and has been associated with Youth SpokesPerson for Action Aid’s Hunger-Free Campaign, HIV/AIDS Youth Leader by UNICEF and Shangrila Housing as Sales and Marketing Manager.