Tapi Mishra is one of the few names from the Odia film industry to have shot to fame in no time. The handsome hunk from Balasore has already won millions of hearts with his acting abilities and is one of the most sought-after names when it comes to playing villain in Odia films. Saroj, who is affectionately addressed as Tapi by his industry colleagues and fans, also has vast experience of performing on stage. Tapi, who had earlier served the Indian Army, shares his journey as an actor with Us.
Born to Manorama and Basanta Kumar Mishra in Simulia, Balasore, Tapi started his acting career with a small role in Bajrangi. Although he didn’t enjoy much screen time, Tapi impressed the audience with his performance. This helped him bag a role in Dekha Hela Prema Hela, where he was cast as the antagonist. And he once again gave in his best, with the film going on to be a runaway hit.
Tapi Mishra (born 1april) is an Indian model and actor who appears predominantly in Odia films. Tapi Mishra is an Ollywood actor. His debut film was Bajrangi (2016) Tapi Mishra starred in successful films including (dekha hela prema hela) (2017)Raavan (2017) Indrajala (2019) (astwitwa) and Maa Samaleswari (2021).Recently his new movie Dil Re achhi tori naa is a massive hit.Tapi Mishra has now complited a mega budget movie MAHABAHU of RR PRODUCTIONS .He have a massive fan followings for his fitness and dialogues.He is the most stylish actor of odia films.
Tapi also has fond memories of his days in the Indian Army. “I served the 57 Engineer Regiment as a wireless engineer for 15 years and then took voluntarily retirement form the service. Later, I joined my brother-in-law’s business. There I got an opportunity to meet a number of Odia film producers and directors. They suggested me to give films a try since I had the perfect height, looks and physique,” says Tapi, adding, “An actor should lead a disciplined life. I learnt discipline in the Indian Army. I still wake up early in the morning and spend at least a couple of hours in the gym before going to work.”
Tapi has quite a few big films up for release. “I am shooting for three films but can’t divulge the details. The only thing I can say is that I am playing a villain in all the three films,” says Tapi, who recently launched his production house and has plans of producing television shows.