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Anubhav Mohanty

Anubhav Mohanty :
Born (1981-12-24) 24 December 1981 (age 32)
Cuttack, Odisha, India
Residence Choudhry bazar, Cuttack
Nationality Indian
Occupation actor
Height 6' 1"

Anubhav Mohanty (Oriya: ଅନୁଭବ ମହାନ୍ତି) (born 24 December 1981) is an Ollywood and Bengali star in the state of Odisha in India.[1][2][3] Anubhav Mohanty made his debut in film in I Love You in 2004 opposite Mumbai based TV actress Namrata Thapa. He made his debut in Bengali Films with the movie Saathi Amaar opposite Rachana Banerjee in a special appearance.[4][5]

Life and career

He completed his schooling from DAV public school, Cuttack, Odisha.

He started his career as a model and has won several award for modeling. Then he started getting offers from Oriya albums and has featured in around 80-100 Oriya video songs.

He debuted in the Oriya film industry with the 2004 film I Love You opposite Namrata Thapa, which was a Block Buster. But his other films that released in the same year, Saathire and Barsha My Darling were Hit.

Currently {June 2012} he is the highest paid star of Oriya film industry.

He was nominated for "Taranga Best Critically Acclaimed Actor" for the movie Abhimanyu.His remuneration is 20-25 Lakhs per film which is far away from other stars in Ollywood. He is the most "paisa asool" star in ollywood since 2004.

In the year April 2013, he entered into politics. He joined the regional party BJD(Biju Janta Dal).

Honours And Awards

  • 2013: Best Actor for something something by Tarang Cine Award.
  • 2012: Lalchand Superstar Award
  • 2012: Best Actor forBalunga toka By Tarang Cine Award
  • 2012: Awarded the Chatrapati Sivaji Upadhi
  • 2010: Best Oriya Actor for the movie Deewana By ETV
  • 2009: Best Actor for movie Akashe Ki Ranga Lagila (State Film Award)
  • 2009: Best Oriya Actor for movie Abhimanyu By Tarang TV.
  • 2007: Anandalok Awards for "Best Action Hero 2007" for Kali Sankar (Bengali),
  • 2005: Best Newcomer For The Movie "I Love You"
  • Opmtwa Award For Best Actor — 3 times
  • Rajeev Gandhi Pratibha Sammana (2004–05)

Filmography

Year Title Language Notes
2004 I Love You Oriya
2004 sathire Oriya
2004 Barsa My Darling Oriya
2005 Priya Mo Priya Oriya
2005 Prathama prema Oriya
2005 Topae Sindoora Di Topa Luha Oriya
2005 Premi No.1 Oriya
2005 Premi No.1 Bengali
2005 Saathi Amaar
2005 Pandav Oriya
2006 Thank U Bhagwaan Oriya
2006 Kartabya Bengali
2006 Khalanayak Bengali
2006 Shaarthopor Bengali
2006 Eri Naam Prem Bengali
2006 Jibon Saathi Bengali
2007 Mahanayak Oriya
2007 Kalishankar Oriya
2007 Kalishankar Bengali
2007 To Bina Mo Kahani Adhaa Oriya
2008 Dhana Re Rakhibu Sapatha Mora Oriya
2008 Chup kie Aasuchhi Oriya
2008 Mote Ta Luv Hela Re Oriya
2008 Chatti Chiri Dele Tu Oriya
2008 Munna-A Love Story Oriya
2009 Nei Jaa Re Megha Mate Oriya
2008 Aa Janhare Lekhiba Naa Oriya
2009 Suna Chadhei Mo Rupa Chadhei Oriya
2009 Aakashe Ki Ranga Lagila Oriya
2009 Saata Sure Bandha Ae Jibana Oriya
2009 Abhimanyu Oriya
2010 Don Oriya
2010 Aama Bhitare Kichhi Achhi Oriya
2010 Mu Kana Ete Kharap Oriya
2010 Deewana Oriya
2011 Most Wanted Oriya
2011 Kiese Dakuchhi Kouthi mote Oriya
2011 Balunga Toka Oriya
2012 Something Something Oriya
2012 Matric Fail Oriya
2012 ACP Ranveer Oriya
2013 Mo Duniya Tu Hi Tu Oriya
2013 Haata Dhari Chaaluthaa Oriya 2013 Kehi Jane Bhala Lagere Oriya }

Notes

External links

  • [1]
  • Anubhav Mohanty Official page
  • Internet Movie Database
Awards and achievements
Anandalok Awards
Preceded by
TDB
Best Action Hero
for Kalisankar

2007
Succeeded by
Hiran Chatterjee
for Nabab Nandini

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