Meri Bassai is one of the longest and most popular Nepali comedy serials with about 10 Years of broadcasting. Based on rural lifestyle and lower-middle-class people, the series represents many political and social issues on its episodes with educational comedy flavour.
It is aired on Nepal Television at 8:45 PM and on YouTube at 9:30 PM every Tuesday. This show is produced by Media Hub Pvt. Ltd. Kunjana Ghimire and Sitaram Kattel are main characters as husband and wife after that Raju Master and Balchhi Dhurbe perform the main characters but they two are also out of the show. Currently, Manaraj Shrestha is directing Meri Bassai.
Kedar Ghimire as Magne Budho and Chaudhaghare Dada (Left Meri Bassai)
Sunita Gautam ‘Bajgain’ as Muiya, wife of Magne Budho
Suraj Chapagain as Bandre Narayan , brother of Muyia
Sitaram Kattel as Dhurmuse, husband of Suntali; Wada Adhyakshya, Leader of village; Khadka Ji, husband of Apsara; Khadananda Guru, the guru who looks future; Muskaan Pasa, who loves Fatauri budhi and Aite, husband of Jhumri and various other characters.
Kunjana Ghimire as Suntali, wife of Dhurmush and Jhumri, wife of Aite and Fatauri Budhi, most talkative woman
Surbir Pandit as Darhi Budho, father of Dhurmush
Wilson Bikram Rai as Takme Budha who got VC in World War as Gurkha
Kumar Kattel as Jigri.
Niru Khadka as Thyaas Kumari, sister of Dhurmush
Suleman Shankar as Eku (Jungle man) (only appeared in some episodes a few years ago)
Goma Guragain as the tree, episode 246
Ram Chandra Adhikari as Gokte Kaji, richest person of village
Surendra K.C. as Mulaa Saag, father of Suntali
Palpasa Dangol as Chamsuri, mother of Suntali
Marichman Shrestha as Balchhi Dhurbe, Chairman of Fishing Federation
Raju Paudel as Raju Master, brother of Magne Budho
Grady Kepler as Badaray Kancho, the monkey
Anju Thapa as wife of Raju Master
Debu Baral as Sudurpaschime Saalo
Laxmi Shrestha as Apsara, wife of Khadka Ji
Sandesh Lamichhane as Batare Kanchha, reporter in some episodes
Harisha Baniya as Hariya
Kamal Mainali as Jwai Narayan
Raja Rajendra Pokharel as Chauraasi Baje or Sushil Koirala, the prime minister of Nepal
Kumar Shrestha as Farsilal who loves Thyas Kumari
Samjhana Acharya as Mudki Samjhana
Buddhi Tamang as Hanumane
Rajani Gurung as Mangali, wife