Bobby Deol is an Indian actor
Bobby Deol is an Indian actor. Deol is the son of Bollywood actor Dharmendra and the brother of Sunny Deol, also a successful actor in the Indian film industry. Bobby Deol is the son of Dharmendra and first wife, Prakash Kaur. Sunny Deol, Bollywood actor, is his elder brother. Bobby Deol is married to Tanya, daughter of Dev Ahuja, finance guru and owner of 21st Century Finance. He has two children.Bobby made a very brief appearance in the 1977 film Dharam Veer where he played the younger version of his father's character. He was only 10 years old at that time.In 1995, Bobby made his debut in the film Barsaat. His next release Gupt came nearly two years later in 1997. This murder mystery proved to be a huge hit and pushed Bobby 's stock skywards.In 1997, his film Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya which marked the debut of Miss World Aishwarya Rai, got an even warmer welcome. Eventually, this over-hyped love story turned out to be a complete washout.In 1998, Bobby's thrilling hit in the form of Abbas-Mastan's whodunit, Soldier, was released. Once again, Bobby deserved the credit for its success, since he was cast opposite rank newcomer, Preity Zinta, and was aided by a totally non-starry cast.In 2000, he enjoyed decent success with the films Badal and Bichhoo.However Ajnabee (2001) did reasonably well at the box-office and Humraaz (2002)was a huge hit. In Apne, Bobby appeared with his father Dharmendra and brother Sunny Deol together for the first time.Apart from Apne all other films that released in 2007 were huge flops such as Naqaab: Disguised Intentions, Shakalaka Boom Boom and Jhoom Barabar Jhoom were huge flops.
In 2008 he had two releases Chamku and Heroes. Chamku was a huge flop but Heroes fared fairly well at the box office.
The Deol Trio again teamed up for Yamla Pagla Deewana, a comedy flick that even turned out to be a hit.
Actor Bobby Deol and actress of Indian origin Monica Dogra will be seen together in upcoming film ‘Changez’. Vivek Singh Chauhan directed ‘Changez’ happens to be a comeback film for both the actors. Monica Dogra, who made her acting debut in the Bollywood film ‘Dhobi Ghat’, is playing an Indian girl in this dark action thriller.
The film goes on floor in January 2016 and the first schedule of the film is to be shot in New Delhi. The film will feature prominent locations of the capital in its beautiful chill days.
Commenting further Monica says, ” I’m starting the new year with shooting for Changez! My role is one that is very exciting and feminist in it’s approach- but in a way you would least expect. For now, all I can say is that she’s a bit of a badass. As far as working with Bobby Deol goes- he’s my type of guy. He is humble, kind, crazy handsome, and truly an artist out to perfect his craft. I feel very lucky to start the year on such a note”.
Monica’s role would be an interesting watch as we would get to see, for the first time the Indie queen starring along side mainstream Bollywood hero Bobby Deol who has given many hits to his credit.
He has two step-sisters, namely Bollywood actress Esha Deol and Ahana Deol. His step-mother is the Bollywood "Dreamgirl" Hema Malini. Bobby Deol married Tanya Ahuja and has been blessed with two sons. The second son was born on November 5, 2004 at 5:00 am, and is named "Dharam" after his grandpa. The elder son is named Aryaman. Bobby Deolm also known as Vijay Singh Deol is a Bollywood actor. He is said to be the second son of actor Dharmendra. Born on January 27, 1967, his eldest brother is Bollywood action hero, Sunny Deol. He has several sisters, one of whom is Bollywood actress, Esha Deol. Deol has made several films during his career which includes: Barsaat (1995), Gupt (1997), Bichhoo (2000) among others. He is an actor of comedy, action, romance among others. He is married to Tanya Ahuja, and has two children. In 2007, Deol starred in 6 films. The first of them, Shakalaka Boom Boom, was shot in South Africa and is based on conflicts and the power game involved in the functioning of the music industry, addressing the themes of envy, jealousy, insecurity, anxiety, manipulation and anger.The film, which featured Bobby alongside Upen Patel,Kangana Ranaut and Celina Jaitly was generally praised by critics, especially for its choreography,and Deol received some very positive reviews. Taran Adarsh of IndiaFM.com said after viewing the film, "Both Bobby and Upen get fabulous roles and the two actors make the most of it. Bobby is one of the most under-rated actors around. His work has been consistent all through, but one tends to overlook this talented actor's abilities all the while. Watch him go negative in Shakalaka Boom Boom and you'd agree that he's amongst the best in the business today. His outburst in the end is remarkable.
Deol's second film of 2007 was Jhoom Barabar Jhoom, which saw him play the character of Steve/Satvinder Singh opposite Abhishek Bachchan (who played a gypsy in London), Preity Zinta, and Lara Dutta. Directed by Shaad Ali, the film was produced by Aditya Chopra and Yash Chopra under the Yash Raj Films banner. The film was not critically acclaimed and was mostly criticised by what critics believed was a shallow screenplay. Taran Adarsh of IndiaFM.com gave the film a 1.5 out of 5 rating, saying, "the film is all gloss, no substance.He also believed that Deol was overshadowed by his co-stars, remarking that the film, "belongs to Abhishek first and Preity next Deol next starred in the boxing drama Apne. The film was a family affair, featuring Bobby Deol alongside his father Dharmendra, a disgraced retired boxer who trains Bobby and his brother (Sunny Deol) to become champion boxers but in doing so creates a rift within the family. Apne was a major commercial success, particularly in northern India and overseas, especially in the UK, where it made £579,457 on the opening weekend, entering into the UK.
Deol next starred in the suspense thriller Naqaab, another Abbas-Mustan film which features him alongside Akshaye Khanna and Urvashi Sharma as another millionaire caught in a love triangle. Deol received a mixed reception for his performance. For instance, Raja Sen of Rediff.com praised several of his scenes, remarking, "Bobby gets a considerably meaty role, and there are a couple of moments when he genuinely works the audience", but describes his character as "sensitive to an annoying hilt This film was followed by brief special appearances as himself in Om Shanti Om and Nanhe Jaisalmer.
In 2008, Deol starred opposite Priyanka Chopra, Danny Denzongpa and Irrfan Khan in the crime drama Chamku, playing the lead character and titlesake of Chamku, a man raised by Baba (Denzongpa), a Naxal leader based in the southern interiors of Bihar, after his family was brutally murdered. He is assigned by a covert governmental program jointly conceived by RAW and Intelligence Bureau to carry out political assassinations but after falling in love with the kindergarten teacher Shubhi (Chopra), he decides to lead a reformed life but is later tempted to turn to crime again. Kabeer Kaushik, the director of the film had originally approached Deol to play the lead role in his debut film, Sehar, but despite liking the script, Deol turned it down because at the time he was not prepared to work with a debutant director. Deol next featured in Heroes as an army officer and Dhananjay "DJ" Shergill alongside a strong cast which included Salman Khan, Preity Zinta, Sunny Deol and Mithun Chakraborty. Although initially set to be released on 6 June 2008 it was pushed to 24 October 2008, the opening weekend of the holiday Diwali. Much of the filming took place in northern India, including Ladakh (notably Pangong Tso),Chandigarh, Punjaband Delhi. Deol's last role in 2008 was in the film Dostana, as Abhimanyu Singh, supporting role to the films' main stars Abhishek Bachchan, John Abraham and Priyanka Chopra under the Dharma Productions banner. The film explores the story of two men who pretend to be gay but both fall in love with the same girl, their roommate. Dostana is the first Bollywood film to be filmed entirely in Miami, United States and went on to become the eighth highest grossing film at the IndianBox Office in 2008.
In 2009, Deol portrayed Nandu, an orphan turned assassin wrongly accused of a politician's murder in the movie Ek: The Power of One.
Deol's next film titled, Help, was shot in Mauritius, in which he appeared opposite Mugdha Godse. The film was released on 13 August 2010. Deol then starred in Yamla Pagla Deewana which was released on 14 January 2011. He later starred in the film Thank You opposite Sonam Kapoor. His character is a businessman who is not sincere with his wife. In 2012, he appeared in heist film Players. The film proved to be a failure at the box office. He played the role of Ronnie, who has no experience in conning people, but is a master of illusions. He was one of the most popular illusionists who abandoned magic after a tragic incident. Deol's latest film is Yamla Pagla Deewana 2, the sequel to his 2011 hit. YPD 2 didn't make a big impression at the box office, and flopped.
Bobby Deol and actress of Indian origin Monica Dogra will be seen together in upcoming film ‘Changez’ directed by Vivek Singh Chauhan. It goes on floor in January,2016
Publish Date June 16 2016