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Abhay Deol

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Abhay Singh Deol (born March 15, 1976), known as Abhay Deol, is an Indian actor and producer who works primarily in Hindi films. Born to the influential Deol family of Hindi films, he started making plays at school at an early age. Deol debuted in 2005 with Imtiaz Ali's romantic comedy Socha Na Tha.

Abhay Deol has been portrayed by Indian media as an actor who constantly understands how to play complex characters. He has appeared on the covers of several magazines, including Man's World and Time Out Mumbai, with titles such as "The New Face of Indian Cinema." Abhay Deol was included in Zoom's "50 Most Desirable People" in 2009, and ranked #7. Abhay Deol learned the Israeli martial art Krav Maga. He has expressed a feminist view on social media and has also spoken about the rights of ethnic minorities and migrants in India.

Abhay Deol's humble success after his debut, Abhay Deol was praised for his performance in films such as Manorama Six Feet Under (2007), won the Best Actor Award at the Indo-American Arts Council Film Festival, and the commercially successful Oye Lucky! Lucky Oh yeah! (2008). His groundbreaking role starred in Dev.D in Anurag Kashyap, a modern adaptation of the 2009 Bengal classic novel Devdas. Following the success of the film, Abhay Deol gained more recognition. He also starred the male opposite Sonam Kapur in the ensemble romantic comedy drama Aisha (2010).

In 2010, he played Arjun Burman, an investment banker named after Sonam Kapoor, in the ensemble romantic comedy Aisha starring Ira Dubey, Cyrus Sahukar, Amrita Puri, Anand Tiwari, Arunoday Singh, and Lisa Haydon. In 2011, Abhay Deol starred in Zoya Akhtar's ensemble comedy drama road film Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara with Hrithik Roshan, Farhan Akhtar, Katrina Kaif and Kalki Koechlin. This story tells the story of three inseparable friends from childhood who played the architect Kabir. They left for Spain on a bachelor trip for Kabir, who would marry Natasha, an interior designer played by Koechlin. He trained as a deep sea diver for films filmed in Spain. The film was highly acclaimed by high critics and earned $1.53 billion (US$21 million) worldwide, surpassed Dhoom 2 in global sales, and was the ninth highest in the world of Bollywood movies at its release. That has been low. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara won the Best Film Award among other awards, and Abhay Deol was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the film.

Abhay Deol's groundbreaking role began in 2009 when he played the title in Anurag Kashyap's 2009 neo-noir film Dev.D, a modern adaptation of Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay's classic Bengal romance novel Devdas. The idea behind the film was conceived by Kashyap in a conversation with Deol, who talked about a man who frequented Los Angeles strip clubs like "Modern Devdas". Dev.D. Its unique visual style, experimental soundtrack, and innovative narrative structure unprecedented in any Bollywood movie have garnered much attention. In a 4 out of 5 star review for The Times of India, Nikhat Kazmi considered Deol's acting in the film as a "class act". Deol starred alongside Tannishtha Chatterjee in Road, Movie. Deol made a cameo appearance by item number in the 2010 film Tera Kya Hoga Johnny. In 2009, Deol started production company Forbidden Films, and Junction is the film that will appear on the banner.

Deol debuted in 2005 in Imtiaz Ali's Socha Na Tha as a romantic comedy starring opposite Ayesha Takia. The film received mostly positive reviews from critics, and was on average more box office hits. Theol's acting in the movie was well received. His second movie role was Ahista Ahista in the 2006 romantic drama Soha Ali Khan. Deol's first 2007 release was the ensemble comedy drama Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd. emerged as a box office success. Deol released two more that year, the crime film Ek Chalis Ki Last Local and the thriller Manorama Six Feet Under. The latter won the Best Film Award at the New York Mahindra Indian-American Arts Council Film Festival, and Abhay Deol won the Best Actor Award.

Abhay Deol is known for portraying complex characters on screen and is enthusiastic about supporting parallel films in India. He was often classified by the Indian media as a non-conformist or non-traditional actor. Deol owns the production company Forbidden Films, which was founded in 2009. In addition to his acting career, he is an active philanthropist and supports various NGOs.

Abhay Deol announced two releases in 2012, both of which were political thriller Dibakar Banerjee's Shanghai and Prakash Jha's Chakravyuh. In the latter, Abhay Deol appeared as a police informant with Arjun Rampal, but later became involved in the Naxalite movement. This film received mixed reviews from film critics. Shanghai, co-starred by Emraan Hashmi and Kalki Koechlin, was based on the French novel Z by Vassilis Vassilikos. The film received positive reviews, and Abhay Deol's achievements as a bureaucrat/IAS officer received a lot of praise. Raja Sen of Rediff.com applauded Abhay Deol's writing. "He wears his intricacies thick and delivers powerful performance". The film hit a surprise hit and earned more than $200 million ($2.8 million) in India.

Abhay Deol's 2008 exclusive black comedy film Oye Lucky! Lucky Oh yeah!. Directed by Dibakar Banerjee, the film played Abhay Deol the obsessive thief Lovinder Singh aka Lucky, and the plot of the film follows his exploits. Oh yeah lucky! Lucky Oh yeah! It received critical acclaim, but one day after the 2008 Mumbai attack, the timing of its launch was severely distressed and fears of the crowded place spread.

Abhay Deol appeared in independent films primarily early in his career, but in 2011, when he appeared in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara by Zoya Akhtar, the road film became one of Bollywood's highest-grossing films. His performance was well received and he was nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor. Abhay Deol has since appeared in commercially successful films, including the romantic drama Raanjhanaa (2013), the romantic comedy Happy Bhag Jayegi (2016), and at the same time appeared in independent films, including the drama Road, Movie (2010), and the war movie Chakravyuh (2012). ).

Abhay Deol was born in the Jat family of Ajit Singh Deol and Usha Deol. He is the niece of actor Dharmendra and cousins ​​of Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol, Esha Deol and Ahana Deol. Abhay Deol told Rediff that he was acting not because of his father, but because he has been involved in the play since school. “At 18, I decided to jump in. It took 10 years because I didn't want to leave education to get into the movie.

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