Pitobash Tripathy

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Born Pitobash Tripathy
Occupation Actor
Years active 2008 – present

Pitobash Tripathy is a Hindi film actor, originally from the state of Odisha,[1] India. He is known for his role in the movies I Am Kalam and Shor in the City.

Early life & Education[edit]

Pitobash was born in Deuli, Nayagarh, Odisha. One of his brother is Hrusikesh Tripathy who is known as T. Hrusikesh in Oriya literature and television.[2]

Pitobash was brought up in Bhubaneswar where he completed his schooling from Government High School, Unit 1, Bhubaneswar. Then, he joined Buxi Jagabandhu Bidyadhar College, Bhubaneswar for his higher secondary education.[3] He has completed a Bachelor of Technology degree in 2005 from Government College of Engineering & Leather Technology [4] from Kolkata, he also holds a diploma in acting from the Film and Television Institute of India,.[5]

Tripathy was honored with the "National Balshree Award" from the president of India in the field of creative performance at the age of 12. He was also involved in theater in Kolkata.[6][7] in 2007. Later he joined Bollywood as an actor.[8]


Tripathy started acting with the movie 99.[9] He then appeared in a supporting role in 3 Idiots. Later, he acted in I Am Kalam, directed by Nila Madhab Panda, and Shor in the City.[10][11][12] He also acted in the movie Mirch in five different roles. Additional appearance include the films Joker, Aalaap, Shanghai and Once Upon ay Time in Mumbai Dobaara!.[13]


Year Title Role Notes
2009 99 Salesman
2009 3 Idiots Junior 1
2010 Aida Bounty hunter
2010 I Am Kalam Laptan
2010 Mirch Madan/Chedimal
2011 Shor in the City Mandook Won Screen Award for Best Comedian
2012 Shanghai Bhagu
2012 Joker Kachua (Alien)
2012 Aalaap Subhash
2013 Go Goa Gone Red Drug Handler
2013 Once Upon a Time in Mumbai Dobaara Derd Tang
2014 Million Dollar Arm Amit Rohan

Awards and honors[edit]

Odisha Youth Inspiration Award - 2012[edit]

Screen Awards[edit]



Filmfare Awards[edit]


Stardust Awards[edit]


Global Indian Film and Television Honours[edit]


Other awards[edit]

  • 1996: National Balshree Award – from President of India, Late Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma in Creative Performance.


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