Early life[ edit ] Binita was born in Chitwan, Nepal in November 25, Her father, Bamdev Baral, was a worker in coke factory and her mother, Bhawana Baral, was housewife.
Her primary interests were in dancing and acting. She completed her high school from a government school nearby her parent's home. She appeared in various dance competitions during her high school, and was famous in her hometown.
After completion of her high school, she came to the capital city Kathmandu seeking more opportunities in the film industry. While doing her college degree majoring in Kaththak dance and culture, she simultaneously started working in the Actor's Studio.
Films[ edit ] Chapali Height Chapali Height is a sex psychology based thriller movie released in Due to its content and dialect, it created a lot of sensation in Nepali movie industry even before its release. After its release, the movie was able to remain in theater for a long time leading to the blockbuster movie of the year. Full Stop is the second thriller movie of Binita as major female antagonist. This movie earned so much fame for her acting potential but Fullstop was not as successful as her previous movie in box office.
Superhit is a science fiction, mystery movie. It has collected plethora of critics as it tried to cover a lot of different areas from horror to fantasy to fiction.
This movie has been liked by all age group from kids to teenagers to seniors. Umanga depicts hardships and socio-economic disparage among the workers. It has collected huge business earning in domestic and international shows. Theatre Acting[ edit ] Telling a Tale: American director Deborah Merola directed drama "Telling a Tale" is a famous drama among theater audience, actors, journalists, and social activists.
Binita Baral performed in a lead role as Mira, a housewife suffering domestic violence. This drama is based on real life story of 31 women who suffered and later fought against domestic violence. This kitchen drama attracted huge media attention and received a lot of appreciation from social activists and women empowerment organizations.
In The Red and Brown Water: