Jayiram Samal

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Jairam Samal (Jayee)
Jairam Samal (Jayee).jpg
Native name ଜୟୀରାମ ସାମଲ
Born Kumuda, Jaipur, Mahanga, Cuttack district
Nationality Indian
Occupation Actor, Model
Years active 1975-present

Jairam Samal[Note] aka Jayee (Odia: ଜୟୀରାମ ସାମଲ) is a comic actor in the Oriya Film Industry. He has over 300 works to his credit including films, television serials and plays. He started his career in the 1970s as comic actor. His trademark laugh has always been the attraction in his films. He is compared as equal to comedians Johnny Walker and Keshto Mukherjee of Bollywood genre.[1] Along with comedians Harihar Mohaptra and Tatwaprakash Satapathy alias Pappu Pom Pom, Samal is regarded as the best comedian of Ollywood.[2] He also appeared in negative roles in some films.[citation needed]

In 2008, Samal was presented with a Lifetime Achievement award at the 40th Banichitra Awards presented by the Banichitra film magazine along with singer Raghunath Panigrahi.[3]

Filmography[edit]

  • 1984 Jaaiphula
  • 1984 Jaga Balia
  • 1984 Janani
  • 1984 Pratidhwani
  • 1983 Jheeati Sita Pari
  • 1983 Kaberi
  • 1983 Swapna Sagara
  • 1982 Basanti Apa
  • 1982 Mu O Se Tume
  • 1981 Arati
  • 1981 Bilwa Mangala
  • 1981 Maana Abhiman
  • 1980 Danda Balunga
  • 1979 Sautuni
  • 1978 Balidan
  • 1978 Janmadata
  • 1978 Pati Patni
  • 1977 Naga Phasa
  • 1977 Ae Nuhen Kahani
  • 1976 Krishna Sudama
  • 1975 Jajabara
  • 2013 Om Sai Tujhe Salaam[4]

Notes[edit]

^[Note] Also credited as Jairam or Jayaram.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sahu, Diana (31 August 2012). "Jayiram Samal: Ace comedian and character actor". Indian Express. Retrieved 16 January 2014. 
  2. ^ "Ollywood's funny business gets serious". Indian Express. 7 October 2010. Retrieved 16 January 2014. 
  3. ^ "Banichitra awards presented". Bhubaneshwar: The Hindu. 7 April 2008. Retrieved 16 January 2014. 
  4. ^ "'Om Sai Tujhe Salaam' to release tomorrow". Bhubaneshwar: Daily Pioneer. 29 August 2013. Retrieved 16 January 2014. 

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