Papu Pom Pom

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Papu Pom Pom
Papu pam pam Bengaluru Odia Ganesa Puja7.jpg
Papu performing in 2011
Tattwa Prakash Satapathy
EducationBachelor of Science, (Chemistry)
Alma materNorth Orissa University
OccupationMovie, Television and Jatra Actor, Director, Standup Comedian, Politician
Years active2005–present
Home townKaptipada Mayurbhanj
Political partyBJD

Tattwa Prakash Satapathy, better known by his stage name Papu Pom Pom, is an Indian film, television, jatra actor, standup comedian and an Odisha Legislative Assembly candidate.[1] Satapathy has acted over 15 Odia movies.[2] He was the main lead in the famous Odia television comedy serial 'Excuse Me: Jaha Kahibi Sata Kahibi' which featured Papu as various comic characters and also featured renowned Odia actor Binayaka Mishra as the judge.

Early life[edit]

Papu Pam Pam performing standup comedy during Ganesha Puja in Bangalore

His father is a high school headteacher and performing artist.[3]

Satapathy has pursued a BSc degree in Chemistry from Udala College. During those days he won the position of dramatic secretary in his college.[4]


Satapathy joined politics and got a ticket from Biju Janata Dal for Champua Odisha Vidhan Sabha constituency for the assembly election 2014, beaten by the Former Congress Senior Leader and current independent M.L.A. candidate Mr. Sanatan Mahakud.[5][6][7][8] Now he is not in BJD because BJD dispel him from the party over casting couch controversy

Production House[edit]

He has owned his own production house for Youtube as Papu Pom Pom Creations and recently he has acted in a special dance item number "Station Bazaar Jhiati..", which is superhit in youtube.

In 2018, Papu Pom Pom announced his new film titled Chirkut. This film is being made under the banner of Akshay Kumar Parija production. The movie has feature several new faces as well experienced actors. This time, Papu will not be featured as the comedian, but a talented music director. In an announcement ceremony along with producer Akshay Kumar Parija all the cast and crew of the film was present in city hotel. Papu remained out of sight in media for over a year due to illness. As he is making Ollywood comeback after a long time, his fans are waiting to feel his presence in the industry as the music director as well as an actor in the comic role.CHIRKUT stars Arojeet,Ananya,Krupasindhu,Samskriti,Deepak Tripathy,Harsita,Sidarth,Aravind jena,Sonu and Ayushi.[9]


Following is the filmography of Papu Pom Pom.

Year Film Role Notes
2005 Tu Mo Akhiira Tara Papu
2005 Prathama Prema Papu
2006 De Maa Shakti De Makara
2010 Aakhi Palakare Tu Papu
2010 To Akhire Min Gaura
2010 Sanju Aau Sanjana Sanju's frend
2010 Megha Sabari Re Asiba Pheri Pappu
2010 Diwana Pappu
2011 Most Wanted Computer Behera
2011 Chatire Lekhichi Tori Naa Lalu
2011 Tu Mo Girlfriend Shabu Comedian
2011 Balunga Toka[10] Babli
2012 Kebe Tume Nahan Kebe Mu Nahin Pappu Comedian
2012 Rangila Toka[10][11] Shibu Pradhan Lead role
2013 Chauka Chhaka Bula Parallel Lead
2013 ACP Sagarika Inspector Jena
2014 Ameta Toka Sandha Marka Lead Role
2015 Pilata Bigidigala Twitter Comedian
2015 Aashiq Pappu Dada
2016 Tu Kahibu Na Mu Ashok
2016 Love Station Auto Driver Comedian
2018 4 Idiots Comedian
2018 Sundergarh Ra Salman Khan Tingeshwar Acharya (Tinga Nona) Comedian
2018 Tokata Fasigala Radhe Comedian
2019 Chirkut Film Director


  1. ^ "Tattwaprakash Satapathy, Champua (Keonjar)". Retrieved 19 April 2014.
  2. ^ Sahu, Diana (5 March 2011). "Three bags of trophies!". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 23 June 2012.
  3. ^ "Oriya Comedy King Papu Pam Pam – Faltu Katha Xcuse Me Beauty Parlour". 2012. Retrieved 24 June 2012. his father was the headmaster of a school but had received the President's award for performing magic
  4. ^ Sahu, Diana (5 March 2012). "Three bags of trophies!". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 23 June 2012.
  5. ^ "Raghunath dropped, Papu Pom Pom in Champua: BJD names candidates for 15 Assembly seats". The Samaya. 24 March 2014. Retrieved 19 April 2014.
  6. ^ "Champua seat: Apat, Mahakud ahead in race". The Pioneer. 14 April 2014. Retrieved 19 April 2014.
  7. ^ "BJD Biggies Set to Face Tough Fight Today". The New Indian Express. 17 April 2014. Retrieved 19 April 2014.
  8. ^ Pradhan, Ashok (13 April 2014). "In Champua, Modi versus Naveen holds no water". The Times of India. Retrieved 19 April 2014.
  9. ^ Palit, Ashok (5 December 2018). "Papu Pom Pom announced his new odia film title CHIRKUT". Odisha News Times. Retrieved 15 February 2020.
  10. ^ a b "Rangila Toka oriya film – oriya movie Rangila toka". Retrieved 23 June 2012.
  11. ^ "Firstlook of Oriya movie Rangila Toka". Retrieved 23 June 2012.

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