Nayak in TeachAIDS interview in 2013
|Member: Odisha Legislative Assembly|
|Assumed office |
Akash Das Nayak
17 September 1981
Jajpur, Odisha, India
Akash Dasnayak (born 17 September 1981), popularly known by the film industry name Akash, is an Odia film actor and politician known for doing action-oriented movies. He is also MLA of Korei Constituency.
He was born at Jajpur Road on 17 September 1981 in Odisha, India to Mayadhar Nayak and Indira Das. He graduated from Vyasanagar College, Jajpur Road (LLB) from Utkal University. His aunt Anita Dash was a veteran film actress. He debuted in the Oriya film industry in 2008 with film Kalinga Putra, receiving a Best Actor award. Since then, he has acted in several movies like Mita Basichi Bhoota Saathire and Just Mohabatt.
- Satya Meba Jayate (2008)
- Kalinga Putra (2008)
- Shatru Sanghar (2009)
- Subha Vivaha (2010)
- Asibu Kebe Saji Mo Rani (2010)
- Aalo Mora Kandhei (2010)
- Sangam (2012)
- Raju Awara (2012)
- Shapath (2012)
- Guru (2012)
- Khiladi (2013)
- Dharma (2013)
- Hari on Hari (2013)
- Mita Basichi Bhoota Saathire (3D) (2013).
- Sangram (2015)
- Tu Kahibu Na Mu (2016)
- Agastya (2016)
- Just Mohabatt (2017)
- Herogiri (2019)
- "Profile of Oriya Actor Akash Das Nayak". orissaspider.com. Retrieved 7 April 2012.
Akash is known as famous action hero of Orissa.
- "An interview with Oriya Film sensation actor Akash Dasnayak". odiadiary.com. 9 August 2011. Archived from the original on 7 March 2014. Retrieved 6 April 2012.
Name: Akash Das Nayak – Father: Mayadhar Nayak – Mother: Indira Das – Qualification: MJMC & LLB – My aunt veteran actress Anita Dash has inspired me a lot in acting. Now he is elected as MLA from Korei Constituency of Jajpur.
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- Imdb: Akash Das Nayak is an actor, known for Subha Vivaha (2010), Shapath (2012) and Satya Meba Jayate (2008). See full bio
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