Name Anubhav Mohanty
Political party BJD
|Occupation Actor, producer|
Height 1.85 m
Parents Abhaya Kumar Mohanty
|Born 24 December 1981 ( Age 38 ) Cuttack, Odisha, India (1981-12-24) |
Alma mater Christ College, Cuttack
Spouse Barsha Priyadarshini (m. 2014)
Movies Balunga Toka, Something Something 2, Mo Duniya Tu Hi Tu, Akashe Ki Ranga Lagila, Suna Chadhei Mo Rupa
Similar People Barsha Priyadarshini, Babushan Mohanty, Siddhanta Manmohan Mahapatra, Archita Sahu, Bijay Mohanty
Sh anubhav mohanty s speech on the discussion on the working of the ministry of women and child devt
Anubhav Mohanty (born 24 December 1981) is an Odia actor and politician in the state of Odisha in India. Anubhav Mohanty made his debut in the movie I Love You in 2004 opposite Mumbai based TV actress Namrata Thapa. In 2012 after the success of Balunga Toka he created his own production house named Vishnupriyaa Arts & Graphics. The very first released Oriya movie Something Something was the biggest hit of 2012. It ran for 115 days in Odisha and Bengaluru simultaneously. It is the only Odia movie to date that has run 115 days in Bengaluru. Anubhav made his debut in the Bengali film industry with the movie Saathi Amaar opposite Rachana Banerjee in a special appearance.
- Sh anubhav mohanty s speech on the discussion on the working of the ministry of women and child devt
- Anubhav mohanty in the quest
- Life and career
- Political career
- Honours And Awards
Anubhav mohanty in the quest
Life and career
He completed his schooling from DAV public school, Cuttack, Odisha. Mohanty did his graduation in commerce from Christ College, Cuttack. He married Oriya actress Barsha Priyadarshini on 8 February 2014.
He started his career appearing in Odia albums. He has featured in 20–30 Odia album video songs before debuting in the cinema of Odisha in the 2004 film I Love You opposite Namrata Thapa. He had two other releases the same year, Saathire and Barsha My Darling which were moderate successes. He is one of the highest paid actor in Ollywood.
On 27 April 2013, he joined the regional political party BJD. He was elected to Rajya Sabha uncontested in June 2014.