"Those who cheer you up when you are winning will most probably not be on your side when you are losing". 

former Miss World Nepal second runner-Up Nisha Ghimire

The first photo was taken and posted on Instagram on September 14, 2019, and the second photo was taken on June 8, 2021, at Norvic Hospital.

It is the same person, former Miss World Nepal second runner-Up Nisha Ghimire. Nisha was on top of her career in 2018 as a model and a top actress in Indian movies.

She was just beginning to harvest the fruits of her dreams, which she had pursued since childhood. Coming from a poor family, she had high hopes of lifting her family from poverty through her talent.

Companies competed to have her as their brand ambassador; big names in Nepal and India, both in politics and entertainment, fought for her attention, and everyone wanted to be associated with her. Her star was rightly positioned to shine. Everyone saw a huge future for her.

In January 2019, she travelled to India to further her skills in modelling and talent management at Derahdun. Unfortunately, she got involved in a road accident.

Months later, her family couldn't pay for her treatment, and all the people who wanted to be with her at the peak of her fame disappeared. She was brought back to her home in Nepal to wait for her death.

Friends would just visit to take photos like this second one and share them on the internet to earn likes, but they did absolutely nothing to help her.

Politicians, entertainers, and all those who followed her were not there. At the height of her career, among the people who wanted her service to push their brand was an entrepreneur named Megha Chaudhary.

Her manager refused to tell her that she shouldn't work with Megha because her business was small." Megha learned of her sickness through the internet, specifically her photos posted by friends that went viral.

It was only Megha who came to her rescue at the last minute when no one else could. Even her own manager ran and couldn't be traced. Megha paid her hospital bills at Norvic and the cost of therapies. Sadly, she didn't make it. Nisha passed away on September 1, 2021.

It was Megha who took care of the burial expenses and offered to pay fees for her siblings, including the one at university. Those who cheer you up when you are winning will most likely not be on your side when you are losing.

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