Samaresh Routray

Film Actor


Samaresh Routray Presents the official teaser of the Most Awaited upcoming Odia New Movie ଅଦୃଶ୍ୟମ Adrushyam Starring : Sanoo,Ankita,samaresh,chitta tripathy,lipsa Mishra in leading roles. The film is Directed by Rajendra Mohanta and produced by Samaresh Routray, Sambeet Acharya & Durga Kinkar Dash.



3rd Tarang Cine Award – Best Actor in A Negative Role

Loafer Instant News Entairtainment – for Most Wanted

6th Showtime Award – for Most Wanted

Lalchand Entertainment Award – Favourite Actor in Negative Role

Chalachitra Jagat – for Best actor in Negative role Most Wanted


4th Showtime Oriya Film & TV awards – Best Actor in a Negative role for Sanskaar.

2nd Vysya Oriya Film & TV awards – Best Actor in a Negative role for Sanskaar.

Gurukul Awards – Best Actor in a Negative role for Sanskaar.


Amit Awards – Recipient of Best Actor in a Negative role for Sanskaar.

AB Visual TV Awards – Recipient of Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Uttardai.


Banichitra Awards – Recipient of Special Award for contribution to Oriya television & film industry.


Samaresh, the name that is in itself enough to create many feelings, breathed his first on 3rd July at Bhubaneswar, Orissa. Born to parents Late Alekha Prasad Routray & Laxmipriya Routray, his family hails from Sipura, a beautiful coastal village in Kendrapara, Orissa. He is the youngest in his family of six brothers & one sister (eldest).

He completed his primary education from Saheed Nagar High School & his formal education from Utkal Sangeet Mahavidyala, Bhubaneswar & then joined the National School of Drama, New Delhi to learn the minute intricacies of acting and other aspects of film making.

Being the third actor in the Oriya film industry after Ajit Das & Bijay Mohanty to have passed out from legendary National School of Drama, Samaresh definitely carries an aura that distinguishes him from all others He has played the lead role in nearly 30 plays and 500 theatrical shows under eminent directors. He has also been an important part of many STAG – Street Theatre Action Group programs and has worked on social awareness. He also established his own group ‘Srujanikaa’ which participated in National Youth Festival at Bhopal, Ahmedabad & Chennai organised by HRD, Sports & Youth Service Department of Government of India & bagged prizes: for very creative plays like Munna in the year 1995, for Oont in 1996 and for Botal Bhuta in 1998.