Sabyasachi Mishra was an Indian film actor born on October 6, 1985 who is known for his work in Oriya Cinema and Telugu Cinema. He has also made a name for himself in West Bengal by entering Bengali Cinema. Known as the Ollywood Superstar Sabyasachi Mishra has a big fan in Odisha Pagala Premi was his first film, for which he won the Odisha State Film Award for Best Actor. He previously won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor for Mu Eka Tumara in 2013. By 2019, he has completed three Telugu films and 36 Oriya films. Her first two Telugu films are Neerjanam and Sita Ramula Kallyanam Chuthamu Raarandi. His first Bengali film is Raktomukhi Neela.
This ‘Pagala Prime’ Actor Sabyasachi Mishra has become a real hero in which people can get medical help to people during the lockdown.
A ‘mini control room’ in his home in this regard “I have helped more than 500 people since the lockdown was implemented. My laptop and phone are always there People who are having trouble getting emergency medical care send me messages through social media platforms. “I have a dedicated contact number for the fans, which I share with them and I support them by checking the truth and urgency,” he said.
“I have a lot of serious cases, including cancer patients, who need to be hospitalized or need emergency care.” I want to thank the hospitals in the city who have come forward to help me after receiving my call. I would also like to thank the officers who extended their immediate assistance. “I am just happy to be free,” he said.
Two months down the line due to the lockdown, the Bhati owner fired. However, Pradeep did not neglect to feed the animals. But less than 7 days later, her mother was paralyzed and struck by lightning. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person. Unable to pay the rent, the landlord evicted him. At the urging of the landlord, Pradeep returned to the platform with his family tied up in the middle of the night. However, the police came and chased him away. He spent the night in the open air. I had to endure such hardships for 3 days, not one day. The incident took place in the case of Pradeep Thandi, a resident of Tikjarapada in Balangir, where Corona could be grieving.
Actor Sabyasachi Mishra went on to raise his hand like a man after hearing about the incident on social media on May 31. Pradeep’s mother was paralyzed and could not be reached by train or bus. So booked the flight. However, there were no flight tickets on June 1 and 2. So when he heard that he had been living on the side of the road for 3 days, he immediately booked a shame for them in Bengaluru. From there, Pradeep returned to Odisha today on a flight with his family of four. Pradeep wept with his wife, mother and 4 children on Odisha soil. “Brother Sabyasachi, God is for me,” he said. Because of him, I have returned to Odisha. He will be remembered for his life.
According to Pradeep, Jesse and his wife Sushma Thandi were working in a brick kiln in Bangalore. Both had a livelihood of 7 animals. Corona ruined everything. At first, the job was as difficult as it was to get rid of the mother’s paralysis and evict the landlord. There was no ability to pay rent in shame. So we thought we would go to the platform and stay there. But from there the police chased him away. We came out of the platform and stayed on the side of the road. Some generous people were giving food and drink. I didn’t know what to do. That’s when Sabyasachi’s brother’s call came. Hearing her, she was strengthened. He added shame. Arrived for the first time by plane. My child was happy to hear that. Not only that, he also came to leave in Phulbani bus like his own man. I will never forget his benefits. “I was devastated to learn from a photographer’s tweet,” Sabyasachi said. When he returned, he found great joy in his face and found everything. “It’s just like a brother trying to do my job,” he said.
After Bollywood Actor Sonu Sood, now Oriya actor Sabyasachi Mishra is leading the way in helping Oriya migrants reach home. He recently helped return 80 Oriya students from the Central Sanskrit University in Jaipur, Rajasthan. Now he is arranging buses to repatriate immigrants from different states. Yesterday, a large number of migrant workers from Andhra Pradesh arrived in Odisha on a special bus used by actors. Earlier, he had helped Oriya diaspora Indians to reach home from Tamil Nadu. He has also set up a control room in his home to contact him for help.
“This new relationship is forever Until yesterday you were all strangers to me, but today you are my family” He tweeted after receiving Oriya migrants from Andhra Pradesh to Andhra Pradesh.