Bosskey

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Boski
Born (1962-02-11) 11 February 1962 (age 60)
OccupationTelevision anchor, actor
Years active1977-present

Bosskey is an Indian film actor, Radio Jockey, Cricketer,[1] Television anchor,[2] stand-up comedian[3] and film critic working in the Tamil film (Kollywood) and media industry. He has anchored TV shows such as Hari Giri Assembly[2] (1000 daily comedy interviews) and Siri Giri Station[4] in Jaya TV and appeared in 18 Tamil films in comedy and character roles. He presented Sollunga Boss program (1000 shows) in Sun TV and Kashayam with Bosskey a Tamil cinema review program (300 film reviews) in YouTube's Indiaglitz Tamil channel. He has presented around 5000 radio shows in Radio Mirchi, Big FM and Suryan FM. He has also written 17000 jokes for Ananda Vikatan magazine. He also ran Giri Giri column in Ananda Vikatan.[2] He hosted as a Stand up comedian in Idhu Epdi Irukku show in Vijay TV. He also worked as an anchorman for Kishkinta's Manthira Arai. Bosskey's Indepth and Troll review of IPL 2020 can be seen on Behindwoods Air,YouTube channel after the end of every single match and the show is received well amongst the tamil cricket fans[4]

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Year Film Character
2000 Unakkaga Mattum Fruitseller
2002 Youth Giri
2003 Dhool News Editor
2004 Ethiri Doctor
2005 Sivakasi Leo
2006 Dharmapuri
2008 Poi Solla Porom Asif Bhai
2010 Nagaram Marupakkam Inspector Venatesh
2011 Uyarthiru 420
2012 Ambuli Velpari
2012 Mirattal
2013 Thillu Mullu Special Appearance
2013 Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru Kumar's brother-in-law
2013 Moondru Per Moondru Kadhal Interviewer
2019 Dharmaprabhu
2019 Jiivi

References[edit | edit source]

  1. http://prtraveller.blogspot.com/2016/02/bosskey-leg-spinner-extraordinaire.html
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Bosskey’s Hari Giri Assembly goes off air. The New Indian express (31 December 2008). Retrieved 2013-11-06
  3. Bosskey's key to success!. The Times of India - Regional (6 October 2010). Retrieved 2013-11-06
  4. 4.0 4.1 Laughter is his trade. The Hindu, Life Chennai (13 May 2005). Retrieved 2013-11-06

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