Kay Kay Menon, Dadasaheb Phalke Award

Life in a Metro actor Kay Kay Menon was recently honoured with the Dadasaheb Phalke Award. The bagged the award in Most Versatile Actor category. Kay Kay is one of the most talented actors in Bollywood and he has proven his versatility in movies like Ghazi Attack, Sarkar, Haider, Special OPS, Gulaal and many more.

Menon took to his social media handles to share the great news with his fans and followers. The actor also thanked Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival for bestowing him with just a great honour.


Kay Kay took to his Instagram handle and shared a picture of his Dadasaheb Phalke Award. On the award, Kay Kay’s name was ingrained as the Most Versatile Actor. He captioned the picture as, “Thank you!! @dpiff_official ?(sic).” 

Kay Kay has been a part of the film industry for almost three decades and his performances have been nothing short of applaud-worthy. Menon’s work has always been extraordinary and he was felicitated for his contribution to the Indian Cinema.

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Meanwhile, on the work front, Kay Kay will be next seen in Special OPS 1.5: The Himmat Story. He will return as agent Himmat Singh. Earlier, talking about the series director Neeraj Pandey had said, “Special OPS was conceptualized as a universe which will go beyond the regular narratives of linear seasons and conventional storytelling, and the ensemble of cast and characters does lend itself extremely well. The response by the audiences demanded that we embark on the journey. We are starting off with a unique Special Ops 1.5; which is neither a prequel nor a sequel and with this, the audience will be witnessing the backstory of the main protagonist Himmat Singh.”

He further added, “The series will start with Himmat Singh being assigned to another case, but the deflection point is the same parliament attack that started the series of events. It will be narrated across the episodes approximately an hour long each.”

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