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Bobby Deol Biography
Date of Birth
27 January 1967, India 

Birth Name
Vijaysingh Dharmendra Deol 

Height
6' (1.83 m) 

Mini Biography
Bobby Deol (Vijay Singh Deol) is the second son of Bollywood mega-star Dharmendra. His older brother is another Bollywood mega-star, Sunny Deol. Deol began his career as a child artiste in the movie Dharam Veer (1977), playing a young Dharmendra.

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.
 Bollywood actor.[2] Deol is the son of the acclaimed Bollywood actor Dharmendra and the brother of Sunny Deol, also a successful actor in the Mumbai based Indian film industry.

Deol has been featured mostly in thriller films, often playing wealthy but vulnerable middle class characters, affected by the corrupt establishment and women and often propelled into crime to avenge the deaths of loved ones. His films commonly involve themes of jealousy, deceit and revenge and in his more romantic thrillers often involve him caught in love triangles.

Deol was awarded the Filmfare Best Debut Award for his role in the 1995 film Barsaat and was later nominated for the Filmfare Best Actor Award for his performance in Humraaz in 2002.
Bobby Deol is best known for his wild curly locks and his filmi lineage.
Bringing Up Bobby
     Bobby Deol was born Vijay Singh Deol on 27th January 1967. He is the son of the much adored star of yesteryears Dharmendra. His mother is Prakash Kaur. His older brother is the successful actor Sunny Deol; his step-mother is Hema Malini; his step-sisters are actress Esha Deol and not-yet-an-actress Ahana Deol.
He is married to Tanya Ahuja and has two sons, Aryaman and Dharam.
In the filmi chakkar
     Bobby was ten years old when he first faced the camera in Papa Dharmendarâ??s film Dharam Veer which released in 1977. He played the childhood part of his fatherâ??s role.
     His debut as the Bollywood hero happened only in 1995 with the release of Barsaat. It was one of the most hyped star kid launches in Bollywood. His co-star was Rajesh Khanna and Dimple Kapadiaâ??s star daughter Twinkle Khanna. Though the film didnâ??t live up to the hype generated, he did win the Filmfare Best Debut Actor Award. 
     But his 1997 release, the very slick thriller Gupt with Kajol and Manisha Koirala was unquestionably one of the biggest hits of the year. His other release Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya with Aishwarya Rai did not enjoy a similar reception. The following year saw two films Soldier and Kareeb. While Soldier co-starring Preity Zinta became a hit, Kareeb hit an average at the box office. 
     In the years that followed, his films worth taking note of were Ajnabee and Humraaz. He was nominated for the Filmfare Best Actor Award for his role in the latter. He acted in two films, Dillagi and 23rd March 1931: Shaheed,  with big brother Sunny but did not strike a hit.
     In 2007, his film Jhoom Barabar Jhoom was a below average performer with Indian film-goers while it did good business overseas. In Apne, he shared the screen with his father and brother. It did reasonably well. 
     The year 2008 saw him in Dostana as Abhimanyu wooing Neha, played by Priyanka Chopra.
Spouse: Tanya Ahuja

Debut Film: Barsaat

Famous Movies: Humko Tumse Pyaar Hai, Barsaat, Tango Charlie, Bardaasht, Kismat, Humraaz, Kranti, Ajnabee, Aashiq, Bichhoo, Hum To Mohabbat Karega, Badal, Dillagi, Soldier, Kareeb, Gupt, Dharam Veer

Film Awards: Best Debut for BARSAAT

Favourite Dish/ Recipes: Homefood

Favourite Destination: My farm house in Lonavala

Favourite Perfumes: Angel for Women
Hot facts in Biography

# When he was 7 years old he made a very brief appearance in Dharam Veer in 1977.

# The actor made his debut in Barsaat, he also won a Filmfare Best Debut Award for his role in the movie however, he could not come to the function since he was hospitalized at the time.

# The film ‘Apne’ includes Bobby Deol, his brother and father starring together for the first time.

# Unlike his father and brother, he is not really known as an action hero.

Bobby Deol Brother Sister Family

# The actor is the second son of Dharmendra.

# His elder brother is Sunny Deol, a famous actor.

# He has two half-sisters namely Esha Deol and Ahana Deol born from his father’s second wife Hema Malini.

# He is married to Tanya Ahuja and he has two children.

Bobby Deol quotes


# “I don’t even oil my hair. Actually I’ve ruined my hair by colouring, darkening and then straightening it back to back. As a result I’ve ended up with some bad looking fizzled hair ends.”

# “I have no complaints. I’m blessed to have such a father,he’s all heart.”

# “I just love my dad and to see him get recognition for his work so late when he deserved so much more made me emotional. My dad appreciates everything in life and speaks his heart out.”

# “They are one of the best directors in the industry but beyond that, the most important thing is that they are very humble and treat me like their younger brother.”

# “For me, it was like a dream come true. Sunny and I always wanted to do a film with our father. So, it is a very special film. The film is not just about us and how we Deols are, but there are some moments that every family goes through. So when you see the film, you come out with a feeling that you really want to be with your family.” [Speaking about Apne]

# “Akshaye is one of my favorite co-stars. He is a buddy. We don’t need to meet each other everyday but we just get along very well. He is a very straight forward man and a very genuine person.” [About Akshaye Khanna]

# “I have fought with Rani and I have fought with Preity at some point or the other but we have become better friends after these fights.”

# “It feels nice to hear how much my dad is loved even now. And we as his children will always have to live in his shadow. I feel no progeny can outdo their parents’ achievements, just like no fruit can grow bigger than the trees that bears it.”

# “Films aren’t exactly the be-all and end-all of my life. I am more of a family man and I prefer spending more time with my wife Tanya, instead of doing the run-of-the-mill stuff.”

# “A Production house does not matter to me. The script should be good. As far as Abbas-Mustan go, I’ll never refuse to work with them. So if people come to me with stories and if Abbas-Mustan are going to direct it, then I feel they will do a good job because I believe in them completely.”

# “Men get embarrassed to cry, thinking it’s not manly, but we can’t hide our emotions. We can’t live a facade.”

# “I have changed a lot . I have realized that most people here are hypocrites. They are sweet to you on your face. But the moment your back is turned, they start bitching about you. Initially I used to get hurt by all this but now I’m learning to be indifferent. I enjoy my work and I keep to myself. I know now that every person I meet is not my genuine well-wisher or my friend. So I am learning to be friendly but not trusting.”

# “All these ten years, I badly missed my people – my colleagues in the industry and the audience that has bestowed the boundless love to me and my sons all these years. In fact, I much admit I was a bit apprehensive that the absence from films would extinguish the flame of love between us.” [Dharmendra about Apne]

# “It has been my ardent desire and my biggest ambition, for a long time, to work with my sons together in a film. However, for this to happen, a suitable script had to be found where all of us would fit well as actors. This is what took such a long time for all three of us to come together in a film,” [Dharmendra about Apne]
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 boxoffice.
Bobby Deol (Vijay Singh Deol) is the second son of Bollywood mega-star Dharmendra. His older brother is another Bollywood mega-star, Sunny Deol. Deol began his career as a child artiste in the movie Dharam Veer (1977), playing a young Dharmendra.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 DEOL TRIVIA
Son of Dharmendra and first wife, Prakash Kaur. His step-mother is Hema Malini and grandson of Jaya Chakravarthy.

Younger brother of Sunny Deol.

Half-brother of Esha Deol and Ahana Deol.

His wife Tanya is the daughter of finance guru, Dev Ahuja, owner of 21st Century Finance.

He made his on-screen debut in the romantic film Barsaat (1995), produced by his father Dharmendra and co-starring Twinkle Khanna. For his role in this film, he was awarded Best Debut as Discovery of the Year at the Filmfare Awards, however, he could not come to the function since he was hospitalized at the time.

Unlike his father and brother, he is not really known as an action hero. Although his breakthrough role came in the suspense thriller Gupt: The Hidden Truth (1997), these days he is acting in more romantic roles.
Bobby Deol best movie list

Barsaat [ Bobby Deol and Twinkle Khanna ]
Gupt: The Hidden Truth [ Bobby Deol , Manisha Koirala , Kajol , Paresh Rawal , Om Puri and Raj Babbar ]
Soldier [ Raakhee , Bobby Deol and Preity zinta ]
Badal [ Bobby Deol , Rani Mukherjee , Mayuri Kango , Amrish Puri , Johny Lever ]
Bichhoo [ Bobby Deol , Rani Mukherjee , Farida Jalal , Ashish Vidyarthi ]
Ajnabee [ Akshay Kumar , Bobby Deol , Kareena Kapoor and Bipasha Basu ]
Humraaz [ Bobby Deol , Akshay Khanna , Amisha Patel , Johnny Lever ]
Tango Charlie [ Ajay Devgan , Nandana Sen , Bobby Deol , Sanjay Dutt , Sunil Shetty ]
Barsaat [ Bobby Deol , Bipasha Basu , and Priyanka Chopra ]
Dosti: Friends Forever [ Akshay Kumar , Bobby Deol , Lara Dutta , Kareena Kapoor , Juhi Chawla ]
Shakalaka Boom Boom [ Bobby Deol , Upen Patel , Celina Jaitley , Kangana Ranaut , Vijay Patil and Anupam Kher ]
Jhoom Barabar Jhoom [ Abhishek Bachchan , Bobby Deol , Preity zinta and Lara Dutta ]
Apne [ Dharmendra , Sunny Deol , Bobby Deol , Shilpa Shetty , Katrina Kaif , Kirron Kher ]
Heroes [Salman Khan, Sunny Deol, Mithun Chakraborty, Bobby Deol]
Dostana [Abhishek Bachchan, John Abraham, Bobby Deol]
Still going strong
  Bobby plays an assassin in his next release Ek-The Power of One and a doctor in Roshan with Kangana Ranaut. In 2009, his fans have two films Lanka and Formula no.44 to look forward to.


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 Mini Biography
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.
[edit] 2000-2003

In 2000, Deol appeared in the action drama Badal alongside Rani Mukerji, under the director's helm of Raj Kanwar. The film is set in 1984 when riots were engulfing parts of Punjab and Delhi. Deol plays the character of Badal, a boy who witnesses the massacre of his family and villagers by a corrupt police official Police Inspector Jai Singh Rana (Ashutosh Rana) and grows up to be a dreaded terrorist, fuelled by the anger and hatred of the authorities who wrongly deprived him of his family and friends. The film is inspired by The Devil's Own (1997), starring Brad Pitt and Harrison Ford.[citation needed] Following this he starred alongside Karisma Kapoor in Hum To Mohabbat Karega (2000), and reunited with Rani Mukerji to star in Bichhoo (2000), a blatant remake of Luc Besson's 1994 film Leon, starring Jean Reno and Natalie Portman.[7] In Bichhoo, Deol plays Reno's role, Jeeva, a young man from a struggling middle-class family who has the misfortune of falling in love with the wealthy Kiran (Malaika Arora). Her cruel, disapproving father in rage at their relationship has Jeeva's mother and two sisters publicly arrested for prostitution, and eventually all three kill themselves. Jeeva becomes a professional killer and later extracts vengeance against Kiran's father and his henchmen. The film and Deol's performance was panned by the critics, with Sakanya Verna of Rediff.com citing the film as "one of the most painful of the year" and commenting, "Bobby Deol's performance is quite, well, robotic. He religiously hangs on to a brooding expression right through the film. Why o why doesn't someone insist he goes to an acting school?"[7]

In 2001 (although filmed in 2000), Deol starred alongside Karisma Kapoor, Rahul Dev and Smita Jaykar in Aashiq. Following this, he featured in Abbas Burmawalla and Mustan Burmawalla's thriller, Ajnabee, alongside Kareena Kapoor, Akshay Kumar and Bipasha Basu. The film, adapted from the 1992 American thriller film Consenting Adults, features Deol as Raj, the new husband of Priya Malhotra (Kapoor) who after moving to Switzerland and initially befriending their neighbours (Kumar and Basu), become entangled in a web of deceit and extra-marital activity.[8] Ziya us Salaam of The Hindu was unconvinced with Deol's performance, remarking that he "only occasionally manages to transmit fear of the fugitive."[8]

In 2002, Deol starred alongside his brother Sunny in the historic film 23rd March 1931: Shaheed. Set in British India, it depicts the events leading up to the hanging of Indian freedom fighter Bhagat Singh and his companions Rajguru and Sukhdev on March 23, 1931.[9] The film stars Bobby Deol as Bhagat Singh and Sunny Deol as another revolutionary Chandrashekhar Azad. The film received a mixed reception from critics, with some good reviews. Rediff.com believed the movie had plenty of good moments, and plenty of bad ones and believed the film was superior to that of the original on Bhagat Singh, although they believed the agony of Bhagat Singh's fight was underplayed, diminishing the brutality and anguish suffered in the real life event.[10] While Deol was praised for some scenes, he was criticized for shouting and Rediff believed he was overshadowed by Ajay Devgan remarking, "In terms of performance, Devgan is clearly the winner, with the advantage of a stronger script and a better director. Devgan, who reportedly lost weight to look the part, is today emerging as one of India's finest actors, willing to try out different roles. Deol tries his best, but it is difficult to shout and act simultaneously."[10]



Deol (left) as the suave cruise ship owner in Humraaz (2002) opposite Akshaye Khanna (right). The role earned him his only Filmfare Best Actor Award nomination to date.
Later in 2002, Deol was nominated for the prestigious Filmfare Best Actor Award for his role as a suave, wealthy shipping businessman in Abbas-Mustan's romantic thriller Humraaz. The film is inspired by Alfred Hitchcock's Dial M For Murder (1954) (remade in 1998 as A Perfect Murder)[11] and features Deol in a love triangle with Akshaye Khanna and Amisha Patel.[12] The film was generally praised by critics/[11][13] with Chitra Mahesh of The Hindu, saying "Bobby Deol spends the entire first half looking moony eyed and spaced out, but overcomes the stupor towards the end where he actually gives a good performance.[13] Deol's final film of 2002 was David Dhawan's Chor Machaaye Shor in which he played Shyamm alongside Paresh Rawal, Shilpa Shetty, Bipasha Basu and Om Puri, a small time crook who gets his hands on some diamonds worth millions.

[edit] 2004-2006

In 2003, Deol took a hiatus from acting and returned to the screen in 2004 in Kismat opposite Priyanka Chopra. In Bardaasht, a drama based on the screenplay written by Vikram Bhatt, Deol starred alongside Lara Dutta and Rahul Dev as Aditya Shrivastav, a deserted army officer. The film deals with themes of police brutality and corruption and justice. Deol then played another army officer, a Lieutenant Commander in Anil Sharma's Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo as Kunaljit Singh/Vikramjeet Singh. The film, which featured some prominent Bollywood actors such as Amitabh Bachchan (who played a general and Deol's father), and Akshay Kumar, it was arguably Deol's highest profile film to date but despite high box office expectations it was a commercial failure.[14] His most famous role of all time in ab tumhare watan satio was when he wore a pugh/turban. That gave him more audience from the Punjabi crowd, and had gotten comments saying he looks better in a turban.

In 2005, Deol starred in Vikram Bhatt's thriller Jurm as the wealthy businessman Avinash Malhotra who suspects his wife Sanjana (Lara Dutt) of having an affair with Rohit (Milind Soman). Deol's performance was praised by a number of critics, with Vivek Fernandes of Rediff.com remarking, "Bobby Deol, Bhatt's schoolmate, does his alma mater proud with his controlled performance. There's a sense of maturity about his candour, which is good news."[15] Deol then starred alongside 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, operating in the northeastern Indian province of Manipur. He followed this role by featuring in Suneel Darshan's romance film Barsaat as the ambitious young Indian Arav, who, in living in the United States, becomes involved in a love triangle with beauties Priyanka Chopra and Bipasha Basu. The film was not a critical success, with Ziya us Salaam of The Hindu concluding, " A moth-eaten love triangle with all the stereotypes Bollywood survives on - a devoted wife with her karva chauth ki thali, the other woman with her mini-skirts, a joint family, songs, festivities..... No shower of rejuvenation, this "Barsaat" is just drenched in mediocrity."[16] She was equally unimpressed with Deol's performance, remarking, "The girls are ready with their curls and curves, the guy just appears lost, making you wonder if Bobby has grown even an inch as an actor since he made his debut in Rajkumar Santoshi's film by the same name."[16] His final role of 2005 was as Karan in Dosti: Friends Forever, opposite Akshay Kumar, Lara Dutta, Kareena Kapoor, and Juhi Chawla. He once again plays a wealthy businessman but is down on his luck with his finances and romancing women. The film, although performing below average in India was a major success in the United Kingdom, where it became the highest grosser of Bollywood in 2005, grossing around £888,000.[17]

In 2006, Deol starred in the romantic musical film Humko Tumse Pyaar Hai. Deol played Raj, a character who falls in love with Durga (Amisha Patel), a beautiful blind woman with a talent for shaping pottery but faces competition from Rohit (Arjun Rampal). Deol and Patel have been labelled as the "Bollywood equivalent of Hugh Grant and Rene Zellweger".[18] Although the film received a mixed reception, a number of critics praised Deol's performance as Raj, with Taran Adarsh commenting, "Bobby Deol is only getting better as an actor. He manages to register an impact in a film that belongs to Amisha and Arjun primarily."[19] Later that year, he made a brief special appearance in Alag in the song Sabse Alag.

[edit] 2007-present

In 2007, Deol starred in 7 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.[20] The film, which featured Bobby alongside Upen Patel, Kangana Ranaut and Celina Jaitley was generally praised by critics, especially for its choreography,[20] 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."[20]

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.[21] The film was not critically acclaimed and was mostly criticized 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".[22] He also believed that Deol was overshadowed by his co-stars, remarking that the film, "belongs to Abhishek first and Preity next".[22] 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,[23] particularly in northern India and overseas, especially in the UK, where it made £579,457 on the opening weekend, entering into the UK. Top Ten at Number 3.[24][25]

"Acting skills cannot be taught. They can only be explained. Everybody has their own styles and techniques. I cannot ape my father nor can he ape me. So these are the things I've learnt from my father".[26] - Deol commenting on the acting profession during the promotion of Apne in 2007.

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".[27] This film was followed by brief special appearances as himself in Om Shanti Om and Nanhe Jaisalmer.

In 2008, Deol starred opposite in 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.[28][29]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.[30] Deol next featured in Heroes as an army officer and DJ 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,[31] 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),[32] Chandigarh, Punjab,[32][33] and Delhi.[34] 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[35] The film explores the story of two men who pretend to be gay but both fall in love with the same girl, their roommate.[36]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 Indian Box Office in 2008.[37]
Spouse
Tanya Ahuya (30 May 1996 - present) 2 children

Trivia
Son of Dharmendra and first wife, Prakash Kaur. His step-mother is Hema Malini and grandson of Jaya Chakravarthy.

Younger brother of Sunny Deol.

Half-brother of Esha Deol and Ahana Deol.

His wife Tanya is the daughter of finance guru, Dev Ahuja, owner of 21st Century Finance.

He made his on-screen debut in the romantic film Barsaat (1995), produced by his father Dharmendra and co-starring Twinkle Khanna. For his role in this film, he was awarded Best Debut as Discovery of the Year at the Filmfare Awards, however, he could not come to the function since he was hospitalized at the time.

Unlike his father and brother, he is not really known as an action hero. Although his breakthrough role came in the suspense thriller Gupt: The Hidden Truth (1997), these days he is acting in more romantic roles.

Has two sons, Aryaman, born June 2002 and Dharam, born on November 5, 2004. Dharam named after his Grandfather Dharmendra.


Personal Quotes
I don't envy anyone's success. I don't have silly insecurities. Maybe because I come from a secure background. I've seen hits and flops all my life. What's there to worry? I know I'm here stay.

I have fought with Rani and I have fought with Preity at some point or the other but we have become better friends after these fights.

It feels nice to hear how much my dad is loved even now. And we as his children will always have to live in his shadow. I feel no progeny can outdo their parents' achievements, just like no fruit can grow bigger than the trees that bears it

You invest so much love, trust, insecurities, doubt into one relationship...why would I want to give this up?

Films aren't exactly the be-all and end-all of my life. I am more of a family man and I prefer spending more time with my wife Tanya, instead of doing the run-of-the-mill stuff.
In 2009, Deol portrayed Nandu, an orphan turned assassin wrongly accused of a politician's murder in the movie Ek - The Power of One.[38][39]

Deol's next film titled, Help, was shot in Mauritius, in which he appeared opposite Mugdha Godse. The film was released on August 13, 2010. Deol then starred in Yamla Pagla Deewana which was released on January 14, 2011.

[edit] Filmography

Year Film Role Other notes
1977 Dharam Veer Young Dharam Child Artist
1995 Barsaat Badal Winner, Filmfare Best Debut Award
1997 Gupt: The Hidden Truth Sahil Sinha
Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya Bobby Oberoi
1998 Kareeb Birju/Brij Kumar
Soldier Vicky/Raju Malhotra
1999 Dillagi Rajvir
2000 Badal Raja/Badal
Hum To Mohabbat Karega Rajiv Bhatnagar
Bichhoo Jeeva
2001 Aashiq Chander Kapoor
Ajnabee Raj Malhotra
2002 Kranti Abhay Pratap Singh
23rd March 1931: Shaheed Bhagat Singh
Humraaz Raj Singhania Nominated, Filmfare Best Actor Award
Chor Machaaye Shor Shyam Singh/Insp. Ram Singh
2004 Kismat Tony
Bardaasht Aditya Shrivastav
Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo Kunaljit Singh/Vikramjeet Singh
2005 Jurm Avinash Malhotra
Tango Charlie Sepoy Tarun Chauhan
Barsaat Arav
Dosti: Friends Forever Karan
2006 Humko Tumse Pyaar Hai Raj
Alag Special appearance in song Sabse Alag
2007 Shakalaka Boom Boom A.J.
Jhoom Barabar Jhoom Steve Singh/Satvinder Singh
Apne Karan Singh Choudhary
Naqaab Karan Khanna/Rohit Shroff
Om Shanti Om Bobby Deol Special appearance
Nanhe Jaisalmer Bobby Deol
2008 Chamku Chamku
Heroes Dhananjay "DJ" Shergill
Dostana Abhimanyu Singh
2009 Ek - The Power of One Nandu
Vaada Raha Dr. Duke Chawla
2010 Help Vic
2011 Yamala Pagla Deewana Gajodhar Singh
Thank You Raj
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Iifa Award 2011 Press Conference - Bobby Deol, Priyanka Chopra & Dharmendra - Bollywood Events
Thank you (Promo) 'Pyar do Pyar lo'