Introduction of Dayahang Rai
Dayahang Rai is a Nepalese performing artist, chief, and play writer. He has gotten three National Honors for Best Supporting Performing artist in 2009 for Dasdhunga, Best On-screen character in 2015 for Sambodhan, and Best Performer in 2016 for Kabaddi. Dayahang rose to noticeable quality from the TV arrangement Yuva, Dalan, and Hamro Group. His first driving part in a film was in Anagarik (2006). He discovered accomplishment in the movies Dasdhunga (2009), Plunder (2012), Chhadke (2013), Badhshala (2013), Karkash (2013), Jholey (2014), Kabaddi (2013) and its spin-off Kabaddi (2015), Talakjung versus Tulke (2014), and Sambodhan (2014). He has worked together in four movies with chief and companion Smash Babu Gurung.
Childhood of Dayahang Rai
Dayahang was born on April 13, 1980, out of a remote town in Bhojpur region in Eastern Nepal. He had a place with a white collar class group of seven individuals. His dad had two wives. Dayahang has two more youthful sisters and a senior sibling – Bidur Lamichhane Rai. Dayahang finished his lower auxiliary level examination from Pashupati Lower Optional School in Khawa VDC, Bhojpur locale and his secondary school from Annapurna Optional School, Dilpa in 1998. He was propelled by his mom who used to describe his various tall tales in his adolescence. Dayahang began acting from his schooldays. He finished his middle of the road level investigations at Bhojpur Various School, with geology as the significant subject. He came to Kathmandu in 2001 and joined the Nepal Maanawiki Grounds (at that point RR Grounds) as a news coverage major. He couldn’t do well in thinks about. He at that point moved towards theater and stage appears
Filmy Journey of Dayahang Rai
Dayahang first acted in the telefilm Yuwa. He at that point worked in Dalan, another teleserial coordinated by Nabin Subba in 2003. The telefilm was later communicated by Nepal TV in 2009. He got his first open door as a lead performing artist in Anagarik (2006), a component film by Smash Babu Gurung that won two honors in the Nepal Worldwide Indigenous Film Celebration. Dayahang at that point acted in the sentimental movie Mero Euta Saathi Chha (2009) that was coordinated by Sudarshan Thapa. Dayahang got impressive acknowledgment for his next part in the film Dasdhunga (2009). He got his first National Honor for Dasdhunga for best supporting on-screen character.
He at that point assumed the part of a specialist in Acharya (2010), coordinated by Prashant Rasaily. He at that point acted in Mero Romantic tale in 2010. In 2012, Dayahang acted in the hit Nepali film Plunder. Dayahang additionally co-composed the exchanges of this film. His character Gofle earned him great gratefulness from faultfinders and groups of onlookers. He won the television Dingy Famous Honor for Plunder. Dayahang won his second National Honor for the film Sambodhan (2014) in the best on-screen character classification. The widely praised Talakjung versus Tulke (2014) exhibited Dayahang’s adaptability as a performing artist. His two movies Kabaddi (2013) and its continuation Kabaddi (2015) ended up gigantic hits in Nepal and abroad. He got his third National Honor for best performing artist for Kabaddi.
Dayahang Rai is married to Nepali singer Benuka Rai in 2006. They both met at the studio, where Dayahang rai was taking in his acting abilities and Benuka Rai was familiarizing with her vocal aptitudes. He experienced passionate feelings for at the primary site yet was terrified to propose her. At last following a year, he assembled up his strength and admitted her that she is more than his friend. She took a day to reaction his inclination into a major yes. Following a six-year of the issue, their folks directed their marriage in 2006. They had a child named Samdung Hang Rai.
Movie List of Dayahang Rai
- Loot 2
- How Funny
- Bir Bikram
- Kabaddi Kabaddi
- MR. Jholey
- Seto Surya
- Purano Dunga Etc
Dayahanag Rai Awards
- National Film Award 2015 (Best Actor Award)
- NFDC Film Award 2015 (nominated)
- Critics award 2015 – Best Actor Award
- D Cine Awards 2015 – Best Actor Award
- INAS Film Award 2015, Best Actor Award
- INFA 2014 (nominated)
- NEFTA Award 2014 (nominated)
- OFA Award 2014 – Best Actor Award