Jai Akash

Sathish Nageswaran, known by his stage name Jai Akash, is a popular Indian actor, who acted in Tamil and Telugu films. He has appeared in a few Kannada and Hindi films as well. He is best known for his Telugu super hit film "Anandam" and now for "Neethanae Enthan Ponvasantham. [1]

Jai Akash
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Born
Satish Nageswaran

(1981-03-18) 18 March 1981 (age 40)
Other namesAkash
OccupationActor, Director
Years active1999 - Present
Spouse(s)Nisha

CareerEdit

Jai Akash, a Tamilian of Sri Lankan origin settled in London, sent his modelling photographs to the "Star Search" service run by Suhasini's entertainment portal website TamilTalkies.com during the late 1990s. K. Balachander, when casting a new actor to portray the second hero role in Rojavanam (1999), used the "Star Search" platform and selected Akash to be in the film.[2]

Jai Akash began his career with his first film in Telugu, Anandam, directed by Sreenu Vaitla and produced by Ramoji Rao. Anandam was a Silver Jubilee film and Akash won many awards for his excellent natural acting. He was the overnight super star and many top producers and directors were in queue to sign him. But, Akash acted in new directors films and struggling producers films. The reason he gave for that was,"god blessed me with the super hit succees in my first film to help the needy. So, he acted in four Telugu films before he returned to Tamil and played the lead in Inidhu Inidhu Kadhal Inidhu (2003) opposite Neha, which was a remake of Anandam, also produced by Ramoji Rao. In 2004, he teamed up with Sreenu Vaitla again in Anandamanandamaye. He also starred in six Tamil films between 2004 and 2005; Ramakrishna, Kicha Vayasu 16, Gurudeva, Sevvel, Amudhey and Kaatrullavarai. That year, he also starred in seven Tamil films. The Tamil films he acted as hero were with all the top directors, such as Ahathiyan and Ezhil but the films didn't get the proper release.

Jai Akash returned to the Telugu film industry and acted in three super hit films produced by Mega Super Good Films.

In 2011, Jai Akash starred in the Multilanguage movie produced by Alipiri Movies and Venus called "Adada Enna Azhagu(Tamil), Aha Entha Anthanm(Telugu), Tum HoSabse Haseen(Hindi)https://youtu.com/GEH0MgbLoHw. In 2019 he acted as hero in a Pan India movie produced by Warrirors Clan Pictures and directed by Rahul Singh Khagwal called "Natho Nenu (Telugu), EK Tha Mein (Hindi), En Uyir En Kaijil(Tamil), Kannada and Malayalam. Natho Nenu https://g.co/kgs/EYn2vX

In 2020 February, Jai Akash acted as the hero in See Tamil's " Neethanae Enthan Ponvasantham" and it's running successfully for more than 300 Episodes and Jai Akash is the favourite hero of Tamil audiences all over the world and called the Punnagai Mannan ( Smile King) by his fans. He has a very big fan base in Tamil now and he is loved by everyone in a family. From 6 years old to 60 years old crazy about Jai Akash. He won the Zee Tamil Best Actor Award of 2020 and won the Best Hero on Small Screen award from ONSKY. Jai Akash has many fans clubs all over the world and Jai Akash is doing lot of charity work now through his fans clubs. Such as providing help to students with college fees and providing food to old age homes and orphanages. Now, in Tamil his film "Munnal Kadhali", "Mamaram" and "Baby" is getting ready for release and in Telugu "Andhala Rakshasudu" and " Janma Janmala Bandham" is ready for release. Jai Akash is also launching a new movies app called "A Cube Movies" https://youtu.com/7rgIpb04sIc

ControversyEdit

In 2005, Jai Akash's Guru Deva released and Akash was appreciated for his acting, but the film didn't become a commercial success. The Telugu dubbed version of the film, Guru, also failed with Muppa Ankanna Rao, the executive producer of the version, failing to promote the film. Akash complained at the producer council, that his film was killed by the producer purposely.

In 2009, Jai Akash filed a complaint to the Nadigar Sangam against actress Sunaina for not giving dates to complete his film "Madhan". He brought Sunaina from the Telugu film industry as a newcomer to the Tamil film industry and allowed her to act in "Kadhazhil Vizunthen", while she was on his contract, but Sunaina demanded more payment after the success of her film.[3] Denying such reports, Jai Akash complained that Sunaina doesn't have any gratitude as he is the one that introduced her into the Tamil film industry and that he allowed her to act in Kadhalil Vizhunthen (2008) when she was in his contract. But, after the film became hit, she is not giving him dates to finish his film.[4]

FilmographyEdit

Films
Year Film Role Language Notes
1999 Rojavanam Siva Tamil
2000 Penngal Bharath Nageswaran Tamil
2001 Ramma Chilakamma Telugu
Anandam Kiran Telugu
2002 Roja Kootam Sriram Tamil
Neetho Cheppalani Balu Telugu
Manasutho Kanishk Telugu
2003 Hitech Students Akash Telugu
Pilisthe Palukutha Ajay Telugu
Inidhu Inidhu Kadhal Inidhu Sibi Tamil
Vasantham Michael Telugu
Three Roses Akash Tamil Guest appearance
2004 Anandamanandamaye Kiran Telugu
Ramakrishna Ramakrishna Tamil
2005 Kicha Vayasu 16 Krishnamoorthy Tamil
Gurudeva Guru Tamil
Sevvel Sevvel Tamil
Amudhey Dhinakar Tamil
Kaatrullavarai Bala Tamil
2006 Andala Ramudu Raghu Telugu
2007 Jambada Hudugi Kannada
Nava Vasantham Prasad Telugu
Dhee Ajay Telugu
2008 Gorintaku Akash Telugu
2009 Adada Enna Azhagu Vasan Tamil
Sweet Heart Raja Telugu
2010 Namo Venkatesa Ajay Telugu
Vandae Maatharam Ashok Malayalam
Tamil
2011 Lady Bruce Lee Telugu
Ayudha Porattam Jai / Leader Tamil dual role; also director
Othigai Suriya Tamil
Kadhalan Kadhali Tamil also director
2012 Madhan Tamil also director
Yuganiki Okka Premikudu Gautam Telugu also director
2013 Win Arya Telugu also in Tamil
Mr. Rajesh Seven Characters Telugu also director
Aa Iddaru Subash Telugu also director
Ek Tha Main Sanjeev 6 Languages Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam and English
2014 Kadhalukku Kanillai Tamil
Donga Prema Telugu
2016 Oruthal Tamil
2017 Aama Naan Porukkithan Tamil
2019 Chennai 2 Bangkok Jai Akash Tamil Also choreographer
Television
Year Series Role Language Notes
2020 - present Neethane Enthan Ponvasantham Suryaprakash Tamil Zee Tamil

AwardsEdit

Year Award Category Film Result[5]
2002 Cinema Express Awards Best Actor Anandam Won[6]
2002 Vamsi Film Awards Best New Actor Anandam Won
2002 NTR film Awards Best Actor Anandam Won
2002 Andhra Cine Awards Best Actor Anandam Won
2003 Santosham Award Best Supporting Actor Vasantam Won
2009 Nandi Awards Best Character Actor Gorintaku Won[7]
2007 Santosham Award Best Actor Jury Award Nava Vasantham Won

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Cinema News - Movie Reviews - Movie Trailers". IndiaGlitz. Archived from the original on 24 October 2004. Retrieved 5 February 2018.
  2. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20010417022540/http://www.tamiltalkies.com/starsearch/talent_search.htm
  3. ^ "Jai Akash wants apology from Sunaina". SIFY. Archived from the original on 5 February 2018. Retrieved 5 February 2018.
  4. ^ "Best of Bollywood, South Cinema, TV and Celebs". MSN India. Archived from the original on 29 September 2009. Retrieved 5 February 2018.
  5. ^ "Jai Akash - Top 100 Handsome Indian Men". WebIndia123. Archived from the original on 6 February 2018. Retrieved 5 February 2018.
  6. ^ "'Kannathil Muthamittal' bags 6 Cinema Express awards". The Hindu. 22 December 2002. Archived from the original on 7 June 2014. Retrieved 5 February 2018.
  7. ^ "Cinema News - Movie Reviews - Movie Trailers". IndiaGlitz. Archived from the original on 26 August 2009. Retrieved 5 February 2018.

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