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Anubhav Mohanty
Born (1981-12-24) 24 December 1981 (age 40)
EducationChrist College, Cuttack
OccupationActor, Politician, Film Producer
Years active2004–present
WorksList
Political partyBiju Janata Dal
Spouse
(m. 2014)
AwardsList
Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha
Assumed office
23 May 2019
Preceded byBaijayant Panda
ConstituencyKendrapara
Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha
In office
13 June 2014 – 22 May 2019
ConstituencyOdisha

Anubhav Mohanty (born 24 December 1981) is an Indian actor, film producer, television personality and politician who is known for his work in Odia-language films.[1]

Career

Mohanty started his career by first appearing in Odia music videos before debuting in the Odia cinema in the 2004 film I Love You opposite Namrata Thapa. He had two other releases the same year, Saathire and Barsha My Darling. Afterwards, a number of his films such as Nei Jare Megha Mote (2008), Suna Chadhei Mo Rupa Chadhei (2009), Akashe Ki Ranga Lagila (2009), Abhimanyu (2009), Ama Bhitare Kichhi Achhi (2010), Diwana (2010), Kiese Dakuchhi Kouthi Mate (2011), Balunga Toka (2011), Something Something (2012), Matric Fail (2012), ACP Ranveer (2012), Mo Duniya Tu Hi Tu (2013), Haata Dhari Chaaluthaa (2013), Kehi Jane Bhala Lagere (2013), Something Something 2 (2014), Gapa Hele bi Sata (2015), Agastya (2016), Abhaya (2017), Kabula Barabula (2017), Prem Kumar: Salesman of the year (2018) were commercially successful.

In 2012, after the success of Balunga Toka, he created his own production house named Vishnupriyaa Arts & Graphics. The movie Something Something was the biggest hit of 2012. Anubhav made his debut in the Bengali film industry with the movie Saathi Amaar opposite Rachana Banerjee in a special appearance.[2][3] In 2019, Mohanty starred in his most expensive Odia movie Biju Babu directed by Nila Madhab Panda,[4] which didn't do well as expected at the box office.

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I Love You (2005 Odia film)

I Love You (2005 Odia film)

I Love You is a 2004 Indian Odia romance action film directed by Hara Patnaik and produced by Sanjay Nayak. It stars debutante Anubhav Mohanty and Mumbai based model and actress Namrata Thapa.

Namrata Thapa

Namrata Thapa

Namrata Thapa is an Indian film and television actress. She appeared in Yahaaan Main Ghar Ghar Kheli as Swarnlata Raj Singhania.

Akashe Ki Ranga Lagila

Akashe Ki Ranga Lagila

Akashe ki Ranga Lagila is a 2009 India Odia-language film directed by S.K. Muralidharan. It stars Anubhav Mohanty, Archita Sahu and Rali Nanda. Mohanty received the Best Actor award at the Odisha State Film Awards. The film won the 2009 Odisha State Film Award for Best Screenplay, Best Editor and Best Art Direction. The film was produced by Sitaram Agrwal under Sarthak Music. It is a remake of the 2008 Tamil film Mahesh, Saranya Matrum Palar. It was a blockbuster Odia movie of 2009, ran for 100 days in theatres.

Balunga Toka

Balunga Toka

Balunga Toka is a 2011 Indian Odia-language romantic comedy film directed by Sudhakara Basanta. The film stars Anubhav Mohanty and Barsha Priyadarshini as lead role. Balunga Toka was released on 2 October 2011. The film was commercially successful and became the highest-grossing Odia film of all time. It is a remake of the 2004 Tamil-Telugu bilingual film 7G Rainbow Colony. The film score was released by Amara Muzik.

Mo Duniya Tu Hi Tu

Mo Duniya Tu Hi Tu

Mo Duniya Tu Hi Tu is an Indian Oriya drama and romance film released on 11 January 2013. Starring Anubhav, Barsha and Minaketan in pivotal roles with original soundtrack by Malay Misra. It was a remake of Tamil film Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen.

Haata Dhari Chaaluthaa

Haata Dhari Chaaluthaa

Haata Dhari Chalutha is a 2013 Oriya romantic movie directed by Himansu Parija. It was produced by Anubhav Mohanty & Anuprash Mohanty. The film stars with Anubhav Mohanty & Barsha Priyadarshini in lead roles. The music was given by Prem Anand. The film released on 14 June 2013. The film was a remake of Telugu film Solo.

Gapa Hele bi Sata

Gapa Hele bi Sata

Gapa Hele bi Sata is a 2015 Indian Odia-language drama featured film directed by Murali krishna under Tarang Cine Productions. The film stars Anubhav Mohanty and Barsha Priyadarshini is in the film as lead cast. Prem Anand is the music director. The movie is a remake of 2013 Kannada movie Charminar whose Telugu version Krishnamma Kalipindi Iddarini released a week after this movie.

Agastya (film)

Agastya (film)

Agastya is a 2016 Indian Odia action thriller film directed by K. M Krishna and produced under Akshya Parija Productions. It was released on 12 June 2016 at Rajo Festival. It was one of the best Odia movies in 2016. Anubhav Mohanty, Akash, and Jhillik play lead roles. It is a remake of the 2014 Kannada action movie Ugramm. The music was released by Amara Muzik. It is a Hit movie in the Odia film industry.

Abhaya (film)

Abhaya (film)

Abhaya (transl. Fearless) is an Odia action thriller film produced by Tarang Cine Productions. Anubhav Mohanty, Elina Samantray and Manoj Mishra are in the lead roles. Though this movie is a remake of 2013 Tamil movie Ivan Veramathiri, the key sequences of the screenplay were based on the Kannada movie Chakravyuha.

Kabula Barabula

Kabula Barabula

Kabula Barabula (2017) is an Odia film directed by Ramesh Rout. The film stars Anubhav Mohanty and Elina Samantray in the lead roles. The film was released on September 27, 2017. The movie is a remake of 2013 Punjabi movie Singh vs Kaur.

Bengali language

Bengali language

Bengali, generally known by its endonym Bangla, is an Indo-Aryan language native to the Bengal region of South Asia. It is the official, national, and most widely spoken language of Bangladesh and the second most widely spoken of the 22 scheduled languages of India. With approximately 300 million native speakers and another 37 million as second language speakers, Bengali is the fifth most-spoken native language and the seventh most spoken language by total number of speakers in the world. Bengali is the fifth most spoken Indo-European language.

Biju Babu

Biju Babu

Biju Babu is a 2019 Indian Odia-language film written and directed by Vishal Mourya and Devi Prashad Lenka and produced by Nila Madhab Panda. It stars Anubhav Mohanty in the lead role. It is the first Odia film produced by Panda.

Political career

On 27 April 2013, he joined the regional political party BJD.[5] He was elected to Rajya Sabha uncontested in June 2014 and is the youngest parliamentarian of Rajyasabha.[6] On 23 May 2019, he was elected as the Member of Parliament from Kendrapara (Lok Sabha constituency) by beating the previously elected Member of Parliament Baijayant Panda.[7]

Rajya Sabha

2014

Previous MP Previous Party Elected MP Elected Party
Renubala Pradhan BJD Anubhav Mohanty BJD

Lok Sabha

2019

Constituency Turnout[8] Elected Member Party Runner-up Party Margin
Kendrapara 72.23 Decrease Anubhav Mohanty BJD Baijayant Panda BJP 152584

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Biju Janata Dal

Biju Janata Dal

The Biju Janata Dal is a regional political party in the Indian state of Odisha founded and led by Naveen Patnaik, the current Chief Minister of Odisha and the son of former Chief Minister of Odisha Biju Patnaik, after whom the party is named. It was founded on 26 December 1997.

Rajya Sabha

Rajya Sabha

The Rajya Sabha, constitutionally the Council of States, is the upper house of the bicameral Parliament of India. As of 2021 it has a maximum membership of 245, of which 233 are elected by the legislatures of the states and union territories using single transferable votes through open ballots, while the president can appoint 12 members for their contributions to art, literature, science, and social services. The potential seating capacity of the Rajya Sabha is 245, according to article 80 of the Indian Constitution. Members sit for staggered terms lasting six years, with about a third of the 238 designates up for election every two years, in even-numbered years. The Rajya Sabha meets in continuous sessions, and unlike the Lok Sabha, being the lower house of the Parliament, the Rajya Sabha is not subjected to dissolution. However, the Rajya Sabha, like the Lok Sabha, can be prorogued by the president.

Baijayant Panda

Baijayant Panda

Baijayant "Jay" Panda is an Indian politician. He is the national vice president and spokesperson of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He was a Member of Parliament in the 15th and 16th Lok Sabha from Kendrapara. He was also a Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha for two terms from 2000 to 2009.

Renubala Pradhan

Renubala Pradhan

Renubala Pradhan is an Indian politician from the Biju Janata Dal party. She is a Member of the Parliament of India representing Orissa in the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of the Indian Parliament.

2019 Indian general election in Odisha

2019 Indian general election in Odisha

The 2019 Indian general election for the 21 Parliamentary Constituencies were held in four phases to constitute the 17th Lok Sabha. The Legislative Assembly elections were held simultaneously with the General Elections in the state. Major political parties in the state were Biju Janata Dal, Indian National Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party.

Bharatiya Janata Party

Bharatiya Janata Party

The Bharatiya Janata Party is a political party in India, and one of the two major Indian political parties alongside the Indian National Congress. Since 2014, it has been the ruling political party in India under Narendra Modi, the incumbent Indian prime minister. The BJP is aligned with right-wing politics, and its policies have historically reflected a traditional Hindu nationalist ideology; it has close ideological and organisational links to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). As of 17 February 2022, it is the country's largest political party in terms of representation in the Parliament of India as well as state legislatures.

Filmography

Year Film Role Language Notes
2004 I Love You Odia [9]
2004 Saathire
2004 Barsa My Darling
2005 Priya Mo Priya
2005 Prathama Prema
2005 Arjun
2005 Topae Sindoora Di Topa Luha
2005 Premi No.1
2005 Saathi Amaar Bengali
2006 Thank U Bhagban Odia
2006 Khalnayak Bengali
2006 Sarthapor
2006 Eri Naam Prem
2006 Jibon Saathi
2007 Mahanayak Odia
2007 Kalishankar
2007 Bengali
2007 To Bina Mo Kahani Adhaa Odia
2008 Dhana Re Rakhibu Sapatha Mora
2008 Chup Kie Aasuchhi
2008 Mate Ta Love Helare
2008 Chatti Chiri Dele Tu
2008 Munna-A Love Story
2009 Nei Jaa Re Megha Mate
2008 Aa Janhare Lekhiba Naa
2009 Suna Chadhei Mo Rupa Chadhei
2009 Akashe Ki Ranga Lagila [10]
2009 Saata Sure Bandha Ae Jibana
2009 Abhimanyu [11]
2010 Don
2010 Aama Bhitare Kichhi Achhi
2010 Mu Kana Ete Kharap
2010 Deewana [12]
2011 Most Wanted
2011 Kiese Dakuchhi Kouthi Mote
2011 Balunga Toka [13]
2012 Something Something [14]
2012 Matric Fail
2012 ACP Ranveer
2013 Mo Duniya Tu Hi Tu [15]
2013 Haata Dhari Chaaluthaa [16]
2013 Kehi Jane Bhala Lagere
2014 Something Something 2 [17]
2014 Mental
2015 Gapa Hele bi Sata [18]
2015 Jaga Hatare Pagha [19]
2016 Gote Sua Gote Sari [20]
2016 Agastya
2016 Baby [21]
2017 Abhaya
2017 Kabula Barabula
2018 Prem Kumar: Salesman of the year
2019 Biju Babu
2022 Raavan

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I Love You (2005 Odia film)

I Love You (2005 Odia film)

I Love You is a 2004 Indian Odia romance action film directed by Hara Patnaik and produced by Sanjay Nayak. It stars debutante Anubhav Mohanty and Mumbai based model and actress Namrata Thapa.

Odia language

Odia language

Odia is an Indo-Aryan language spoken in the Indian state of Odisha. It is the official language in Odisha, where native speakers make up 82% of the population, and it is also spoken in parts of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. Odia is one of the many official languages of India; it is the official language of Odisha and the second official language of Jharkhand. The language is also spoken by a sizeable population of 700,000 people in Chhattisgarh.

Bengali language

Bengali language

Bengali, generally known by its endonym Bangla, is an Indo-Aryan language native to the Bengal region of South Asia. It is the official, national, and most widely spoken language of Bangladesh and the second most widely spoken of the 22 scheduled languages of India. With approximately 300 million native speakers and another 37 million as second language speakers, Bengali is the fifth most-spoken native language and the seventh most spoken language by total number of speakers in the world. Bengali is the fifth most spoken Indo-European language.

Eri Naam Prem

Eri Naam Prem

Eri Naam Prem is a 2006 romantic Bengali film directed by Sujit Guha and produced by Naresh Kumar Jain under the banner of Eskay Movies. The film features actors Koel Mallick and Anubhav Mohanty in the lead roles. Music of the film has been composed by Jeet Ganguly.

Jibon Saathi

Jibon Saathi

Jibon Saathi is an Indian Bengali Language Romantic Drama Thriller television series which is premiered on 5 October 2020 on Bengali General Entertainment Channel Zee Bangla and is also available on the digital platform ZEE5, even before TV telecast. The show is produced by Snehasish Chakraborty's Blues Productions and stars Diya Basu, Sayan Karmakar, Shrabani Bunia, Rudrajit Mukherjee and Indrani Dutta lead roles.

Mahanayak (film)

Mahanayak (film)

Mahanayak is a 1985 drama film written and directed by Alamgir Kabir and dedicated by Bulbul Ahmed, the film is produced and distributed by Troyee Chitram. The film is based on the love story of an unemployed youth. Bulbul Ahmed played the main character of the film. Other characters include Kajori, Julia, Rina Khan, Shawkat Akbar, Ahmed Sharif and others.

Kalishankar

Kalishankar

Kalishankar or Kalisankar is a bilingual action drama film in Odia and Bengali language by director Prashanta Nanda in 2007. Kalishankar is quite similar to old Manmohan Desai films wherein brothers separated in childhood grow up to find themselves on two sides of the fence. Then, when they recognise their blood link through a birthmark or a talisman, they join forces to fight the enemy together. Kalishankar is a story of a pair of grandchildren and their grandfather's revenge on their wrongdoers. The film has much stick-wielding action.

Mate Ta Love Helare

Mate Ta Love Helare

Mate Ta Love Helare is a 2008 Indian Odia-language action comedy film directed by Ashok Pati. This film is loose remake of Telugu Movie Student No. 1 starring Jr NTR.

Munna-A Love Story

Munna-A Love Story

Munna-A Love Story , is a 2008 Indian Oriya film directed by N. Padhi This movie is unofficial remake of Bollywood movie Jeet, starring Salman Khan, Karishma Kapoor and Sunny Deol.

Akashe Ki Ranga Lagila

Akashe Ki Ranga Lagila

Akashe ki Ranga Lagila is a 2009 India Odia-language film directed by S.K. Muralidharan. It stars Anubhav Mohanty, Archita Sahu and Rali Nanda. Mohanty received the Best Actor award at the Odisha State Film Awards. The film won the 2009 Odisha State Film Award for Best Screenplay, Best Editor and Best Art Direction. The film was produced by Sitaram Agrwal under Sarthak Music. It is a remake of the 2008 Tamil film Mahesh, Saranya Matrum Palar. It was a blockbuster Odia movie of 2009, ran for 100 days in theatres.

Most Wanted (2011 film)

Most Wanted (2011 film)

Most Wanted is a 2011 Oriya film directed by Sushant Mani.

Balunga Toka

Balunga Toka

Balunga Toka is a 2011 Indian Odia-language romantic comedy film directed by Sudhakara Basanta. The film stars Anubhav Mohanty and Barsha Priyadarshini as lead role. Balunga Toka was released on 2 October 2011. The film was commercially successful and became the highest-grossing Odia film of all time. It is a remake of the 2004 Tamil-Telugu bilingual film 7G Rainbow Colony. The film score was released by Amara Muzik.

Awards and nominations

Year Film Award Category Result Ref(s)
2007 Kalishankar (2007) Anandalok Awards Best Action Hero Won [22]
2010 Akashe Ki Ranga Lagila (2009) Annual Banichitra Cine Awards Best Actor (Male) Won [23]
Abhimanyu (2009) Tarang Cine Awards Best Actor (Male) Won [24]
2011 Akashe Ki Ranga Lagila (2009) Odisha State Film Awards Best Actor Won [25][26]
Diwana (2010) Etv Odia Film Awards Best Actor Won [27]
2012 Balunga Toka (2011) Tarang Cine Awards Best Actor (Male) Won [28]
Etv Odia Film Awards Best Actor Won [29]
Lalchand Entertainment Awards Best Actor Won [30]
Odisha Film Fair Awards Best Actor Won [31]
2013 Something Something (2012) Tarang Cine Awards Best Actor (Male) Won [32]
2014 Haata Dhari Chaaluthaa (2013) Won [33]
Filmfare Awards East Best Actor (Male) Nominated [34][35]
Mo Duniya Tu Hi Tu (2013) Nominated
2015 Something Something 2 (2014) Tarang Cine Awards Best Actor (Male) Won [36]
2018 Abhaya (2017) Star Entertainer of the Year Won [37]

Other awards, nominations, and recognitions

  • 2004–05: Rajiv Gandhi Pratibha Samman
  • 2011: Chinta O Chetana National Award

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Anandalok Puraskar

Anandalok Puraskar

Anandalok Puraskar or Anandalok Awards ceremony is an award ceremony for Bengali film in India. The Anandalok, only film magazine in Bengali language, published from Ananda Publishers and Ananda Bazar Patrika presents this award (Puraskar). The magazine was started on 25 January 1975 and the awards ceremony was started in 1998.

Akashe Ki Ranga Lagila

Akashe Ki Ranga Lagila

Akashe ki Ranga Lagila is a 2009 India Odia-language film directed by S.K. Muralidharan. It stars Anubhav Mohanty, Archita Sahu and Rali Nanda. Mohanty received the Best Actor award at the Odisha State Film Awards. The film won the 2009 Odisha State Film Award for Best Screenplay, Best Editor and Best Art Direction. The film was produced by Sitaram Agrwal under Sarthak Music. It is a remake of the 2008 Tamil film Mahesh, Saranya Matrum Palar. It was a blockbuster Odia movie of 2009, ran for 100 days in theatres.

Tarang Cine Awards

Tarang Cine Awards

The Tarang Cine Awards are presented annually by Tarang entertainment television channel to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the Oriya language film industry mainly based in State of Orissa, India.

Odisha State Film Awards

Odisha State Film Awards

The Odisha State Film Awards have been conferred by the Department of Culture of the Government of Odisha, India.

Etv Oriya Film Awards

Etv Oriya Film Awards

The Etv Oriya Film Awards started in the year 2010 to honor Orissa film artists & technician. Awards have been instituted in 14 categories that include the best film, best director, best actor, best actress, best supporting actor, best supporting actress, best villain, best play back singers, best music composer, best comedian, best child artist and best debut actors, Lifetime Achievement Award have conferred on a prominent and pioneering personality of the Oriya film industry for significant contribution to cinema.

Balunga Toka

Balunga Toka

Balunga Toka is a 2011 Indian Odia-language romantic comedy film directed by Sudhakara Basanta. The film stars Anubhav Mohanty and Barsha Priyadarshini as lead role. Balunga Toka was released on 2 October 2011. The film was commercially successful and became the highest-grossing Odia film of all time. It is a remake of the 2004 Tamil-Telugu bilingual film 7G Rainbow Colony. The film score was released by Amara Muzik.

Haata Dhari Chaaluthaa

Haata Dhari Chaaluthaa

Haata Dhari Chalutha is a 2013 Oriya romantic movie directed by Himansu Parija. It was produced by Anubhav Mohanty & Anuprash Mohanty. The film stars with Anubhav Mohanty & Barsha Priyadarshini in lead roles. The music was given by Prem Anand. The film released on 14 June 2013. The film was a remake of Telugu film Solo.

Filmfare Awards East

Filmfare Awards East

Filmfare Awards Bangla is the Bengali segment of the annual Filmfare Awards, presented by The Times Group to honour the artistic and cinematic excellence in Bengali. The first installment of the awards were held for Bengali, Assamese and Odia films in a ceremony on 29 March 2007. The award ceremony was discontinued for Two Times respectively 2013, 2015 and 2016, then again continued from 2017 and now only given to Bengali Film Industry.

Mo Duniya Tu Hi Tu

Mo Duniya Tu Hi Tu

Mo Duniya Tu Hi Tu is an Indian Oriya drama and romance film released on 11 January 2013. Starring Anubhav, Barsha and Minaketan in pivotal roles with original soundtrack by Malay Misra. It was a remake of Tamil film Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen.

Something Something 2

Something Something 2

Something Something 2 is a 2014 Oriya language romantic comedy film starring Anubhav Mohanty and Barsha Priyadarshini in the lead roles. It was directed by Sudhakar Vasanth and produced under the banner of Vishnupriya Art and Graphics by Anuprash Mohanty and released on 14 June 2014. The film is sequel to 2011's Something Something and the first sequel to be produced by the Ollywood film industry. This movie is a remake of 2007 Kannada movie Milana. It was an Average grosser Odia movie.

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