Bobby Deol (Vijay Singh Deol ) born on January 27, 1969 is a Bollywood artist. Deol is the son of the celebrated Bollywood actor Dharmendra and the brother of Sunny Deol, also a triumphant actor in the Mumbai based Indian film industry.
Deol has generally acted in detective films often playing characters that are forced to assign offense to avenge the deaths of loved ones. Examples of such films include Gupt, Jurm and Bichhoo. His films usually engage themes of jealousy, deceit and vengeance and in his more passionate thrillers often engross him caught in love triangles.
Date Of Birth : January 27, 1967
Place Of Birth : Mumbai, India
Zodiac Sign : Aquarius
Place Of Birth : Mumbai, India
Zodiac Sign : Aquarius
Deol was rewarded the Filmfare Best Debut Award for his character in the 1995 film Barsaat and was later on nominated for the Filmfare Best Actor Award for his performance in Humraaz in 2002.
GuptIn 1997, Deol starred in Gupt: The Hidden Truth, a trepidation thriller directed by Rajiv Rai, considered his best role. Cast at the side of Manisha Koirala, Kajol, Paresh Rawal, Om Puri and Raj Babbar, Deol played the character of Sahil, a young man indicted of murdering his step father over an appointment proposal and erroneously imprisoned. He escapes and tracks down the real killer. Gupt: The Hidden Truth was highly praised for its storyline and soundtrack and was a chief commercial achievement. In the similar year, Deol emerged in Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya, at the side of Aishwarya Rai in her entrance Bollywood role. The movie failed to do well at the box office.
KareebIn 1998, Deol starred contrary Neha in the Vidhu Vinod Chopra film, Kareeb. Deol played the nature of Birju, a reckless young man from an upper middle class folks in Himachal Pradesh with a love of petty thievery and sham. Afterward in 1998, he materialized in Abbas Mustan's military thriller Soldier, alongside Raakhee Gulzar and Preity Zinta. Deol played the mysterious disposition of Vicky, afterward exposed as Raju, son of Vijay Malhotra who was condemned of arms smuggling.
Dillagi. In 1999, Deol starred in Dillagi, directed and co-starred by his brother Sunny Deol. The movie is noted for being the initial time Sunny Deol directed a motion picture and also the first time he acted alongside Bobby. This combination was repeated in 23rd March 1931: Shaheed (2002), Apne (2007) and Yamla Pagla Deewana (2011). Dillagi features the two as the brothers Ranvir and Rajvir, fighting for the fondness of Shalini.
BadalIn 2000, Deol appeared in the stroke drama Badal at the side of Rani Mukerji, under the director's rudder of Raj Kanwar. The film is set in 1984 when riots were overwhelming parts of Punjab and Delhi. Deol plays the character of Badal, a boy who witnesses the massacre of his family and villagers by a crooked police official Police Inspector Jai Singh Rana (Ashutosh Rana) and grows up to be a dismayed terrorist, fuelled by the anger and detestation of the authorities who wrongly underprivileged him of his family and friends.
Bichhoo. The film is inspired by The Devil's Own (1997), starring Brad Pitt and Harrison Ford.Following this he starred alongside Karisma Kapoor in Hum To Mohabbat Karega (2000), and reunited with Rani Mukerji to star in Bichhoo (2000), an unconcealed remake of Luc Besson's,1994 film Leon, starring Jean Reno and Natalie Portman.
JeevaDeol plays Reno's role, Jeeva, a young man from a struggling middle-class family who has the bad luck of falling in love with the well-off Kiran (Malaika Arora). Her cruel, censorious father in wrath at their rapport has Jeeva's mother and two sisters publicly arrested for prostitution, and in the end all three kill themselves. Jeeva becomes a skilled killer and later extorts vengeance alongside Kiran's father and his henchmen. He and his neighbour Kiran Bali (Mukherjee) soon witness the complete Bali family get massacred. Jeeva now chooses to help Kiran seek out revenge on the men who killed her relatives. The film and Deol's recital was slammed by the critics.
AjnabeeIn 2001 (although filmed in 2000), Deol starred at the side of Karisma Kapoor and Rahul Dev in Indra Kumar's Aashiq. Subsequent to this, he featured in Abbas Burmawalla and Mustan Burmawalla's detective story, Ajnabee, alongside Kareena Kapoor, Akshay Kumar and Bipasha Basu. The film, modified from the 1992 American thriller film accepting Adults, features Deol as Raj, the new husband of Priya Malhotra (Kapoor) who after moving to Switzerland and originally befriending their neighbours (Kumar and Basu), become entwined in a mesh of deceitfulness and extra-marital movement.
ShaheedIn 2002, Deol starred alongside his brother Sunny in the historic film 23rd March 1931: Shaheed. Set in British India, it illustrates the events leading up to the hanging of Indian freedom fighter Bhagat Singh and his companions Rajguru and Sukhdev on March 23, 1931. The film stars Bobby Deol as Bhagat Singh and Sunny Deol as another innovatory Chandrashekhar Azad. The film acknowledged a mixed reception from critics, with a few good appraisals.
Chor Machaaye ShorThe film was normally praised by detractors. Deol's ultimate film of 2002 was David Dhawan's Chor Machaaye Shor in which he engaged in recreation of Shyamm alongside Paresh Rawal, Shilpa Shetty, Bipasha Basu and Om Puri, a diminutive time felon who gets his hands on some diamonds worth millions.
KismatIn 2003, Deol took a lull from acting and revisited the screen in 2004 in Kismat conflicting Priyanka Chopra. In Bardaasht, a stage show based on the screenplay written by Vikram Bhatt, Deol starred together with Lara Dutta and Rahul Dev as Aditya Shrivastav, an abandoned army officer. The film deals with topics of police brutality and fraud and fair dealing. Deol then played another military officer, a Lieutenant commanding officer in Anil Sharma's Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo as Kunaljit Singh/Vikramjeet Singh. The film, which featured some famous Bollywood artists such as Amitabh Bachchan (who played a commoner and Deol's father), and Akshay Kumar, it was debatably Deol's highest profile film to date but regardless of high box office expectations it was a profitable breakdown. His most well-known role of all time in Ab tumhare watan satio was when he wore a pugh/turban. That gave him extra audience from the Punjabi crowd, and had gotten comments saying he looks improved in a turban.
JurmIn 2005, Deol starred in Vikram Bhatt's thriller Jurm as the affluent businessman Avinash Malhotra who guesses his wife Sanjana (Lara Dutt) of having an issue with Rohit (Milind Soman). Deol's recital was honored by a number of critics.
Tango CharlieDeol then starred at the side of Sanjay Dutt, Sunil Shetty and Ajay Devgan in Mani Shankar's war movie Tango Charlie as an Indian trooper named Tarun Chauhan of the 101st BSF Battalion, working in the northeastern Indian region of Manipur. He followed this character by featuring in Suneel Darshan's romance film Barsaat as the determined young Indian Arav, who, in living in the United States, becomes implicated in a love triangle with beauties Priyanka Chopra and Bipasha Basu. The movie was not a serious success. His ultimate character of 2005 was as Karan in Dosti: Friends Forever, conflicting Akshay Kumar, Lara Dutta, Kareena Kapoor, and Juhi Chawla. He once again plays a rich businessman but is down on his fortune with his finances and romancing women. The film, though performing below standard in India was a chief success in the United Kingdom, where it became the uppermost grosser of Bollywood in 2005, grossing around £888,000.
Humko Tumse Pyaar HaiIn 2006, Deol starred in the romantic melodious film Humko Tumse Pyaar Hai. Deol played Raj, a personality who falls in love with Durga (Amisha Patel), a gorgeous blind woman with a gift for shaping pottery but faces contest from Rohit (Arjun Rampal). Deol and Patel have been labelled as the "Bollywood corresponding of Hugh Grant and Rene Zellweger".Although the film established a diverse reception, a number of critics praised Deol's performance. Later on that year, he made a concise unique appearance in Alag in the song Sabse Alag.
Shakalaka Boom BoomIn 2007, Deol starred in 6 movies. The first of them, Shakalaka Boom Boom, was shot in South Africa and is based on clashes and the power game concerned in the functioning of the music industry, addressing the themes of resentment, distrust, diffidence, nervousness, manipulation and fury. The film, which featured Bobby together with Upen Patel, Kangana Ranaut and Celina Jaitley was commonly praised by critics, particularly for its dance routine, and Deol established some very optimistic reviews.