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 Sunny Deol (JamActor of India)



Sunny Deol (Indian Film Actor)



Sunny Deol was born in New Delhi, India, to veteran actor Dharmendra and Prakash Kaur. Sunny Deol born as Ajay Singh Deol changed gears with different roles in several movies. He has a younger brother, Bobby Deol, who is also an actor, and two half-sisters, Esha Deol, an actress and Ahana Deol, from his father's re-marriage to famous actress Hema Malini. He always wanted to be an actor but being the son of the famous actor, Dharmendra, it was difficult being treated normal, so he went to England to study acting. He joined theater called the Old Web Theater in Brimingham, England where he studied theatre and acting. By the time he came back to India, he was ready to face the camera.

Sunny made his debut as a teenage romantic hero in Betaab with debutante actress Amrita Singh. Action roles seemed to be his forte, but he also tried his hand at romantic roles in movies like Sohni Mahiwal and Imtihaan. From romantic hero to the rebellious, unemployed angry young man out to get justice, the blockbuster Ghayal established Sunny as the action hero in Bollywood.

Sunny Deol is married to Pooja Deol. The couple have two sons together, Rajvir and Ranvir Deol. The names which he chose for himself and Bobby Deol in his directorial debut Dillagi. Their have been many rumours linking Sunny Deol to many of his co-stars but none of those rumours affected their marriage. They are happilly married and live close to their extended family in Mumbai, India. Rumoured to have had an affair with Dimple Kapadia.

Sunny  Deol was also acclaimed for his performances in movies like Damini, Arjun and Jeet.

Sunny Deol was another puny star son, written off even before the first movie was released. Father Dharmendra's launchpad for his eldest son - Sunny Deol. Not much was expected from these quarters as one had seen quite a few great falls. Remember Kunal Goswami, Kumar Gaurav...? Besides critics believed that he wouldn't measure up to the standards of his illustrious father.


Sunny Deol has also tried his hand at direction with the (1999) film Dillagi starring himself and younger brother Bobby Deol & Urmila Matondkar.The film wasn't a box Office success. For now, Sunny has his hands full and more home productions seems to be in the offering.


Full Name: Sunny Deol
Real Name: Ajay Singh Deol
Profession: Actor
Star Sign: Libra
DOB: 14th October, 1961
Place of Birth: New Delhi, India
Height: 5'9"
Hair: Black
Eyes: Black
Family: Wife Pooja, Two Children. Rumoured to have had an affair with Dimple Kapadia.
Brother Bobby, Father Dharmendra
Sister Esha Deol & Ahana Deol
Address:Plot No. 22, 11th Road
            JVPD Scheme
            Mumbai 400049
Famous For: Being very patriotic in his films.
Best Films: Betaab, Arjun, Ghayal, Damini, Ghatak, Farz, Champion, Gadar Ek Prem Katha,

Debut Film: Betaab

Famous Dialogue:
(1) "Yeh Musalmani Hai... Musalmani Hai Yeh... Lo ab yeh ho gayi Sikhni.. Aur ab kisine is ki taraf aankh bhi utha kar dekha, to wahe guru di sau, gardan ukhar doonga" - Gadar

(2) "Mein sirf ek police officer nahin... Main Indian hoon, Indian !!!" - Indian

(3) "Bhoon Dalo Dushmanon Ko, Kaat Dalo Insaanon Ko, Aaj Hum Apne Khoon Se Dhoyeinge Tere Charan, Maa Tujhe Salaam !!!" - Maa Tujhe Salaam


Ghayal 2 (2008)
Subway (2008)
AirPort (2008)
GuruDakshina (2008)
Fool and Final (2007)
Apne (2007)
Big Brother (2007)
Kafila (2007)
Naksha (2006)
Teesri Aankh (2006)
Jo Bole So Nihaal (2005)
Rok Sako To Rok Lo (2004)
Lakeer - Forbidden Lines (2004)
Khel (2003)
Jaal: The Trap (2003)
Kaise Kahoon Ke Pyaar Hai (2003)
The Hero: Love Story of a Spy (2003)
Karz (2002)
Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani (2002)
23rd March 1931: Shaheed (2002)
Maa Tujhhe Salaam (2002)
Kasam (2001)
Indian (2001)
Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke (2001)
Gadar: Ek Prem Katha (2001)
Farz (2001)
Champion (2000)
Dillagi (1999)
Arjun Pandit (1999)
Pyaar Koi Khel Nahin (1999)
Iski Topi Uske Sarr (1998)
Salaakhen (1998)
Qahar (1997)
...Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya (1997)
Ziddi (1997)
Zor (1997)
Border (1997)
Ajay (1996)
Ghatak (1996)
Jeet (1996)
Himmat (1996)
Angrakshak (1995)
Dushmani: A Violent Love Story (1995)
Imtihaan (1995)
Insaniyat (1994)
Izzat Ki Roti (1993)
Damini (1993)
Kshatriya (1993)
Darr (1993)
Gunaah (1993)
Lootere (1993)
Vishwatma (1992)
Vishnu-Devaa (1991)
Narasimha (1991)
Shankara (1991)
Yodha (1991)
Krodh (1990)
Aag Ka Gola (1990)
Ghayal (1990)
Vardi (1990)
ChaalBaaz (1989)
Tridev (1989)
Joshilaay (1989)
Main Tera Dushman (1989)
Nigahen: Nagina Part II (1989)
Ram-Avtar (1988)
Inteqam (1988)
Paap Ki Duniya (1988)
Yateem (1988)
Dacait (1987)
Samundar (1986)
Sultanat (1986)
Saveray Wali Gaadi (1986)
Arjun (1985)
Zabardast (1985)
Manzil Manzil (1984)
Sohni Mahiwal (1984)
Sunny (1984)
Betaab (1983)
Ghazab (1982)


1990 : Winner, National Film Award for his performances in Ghayal (Injured)
1993 : Winner, National Film Award for special performance in Damini
1994 : Winner, Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for Damini - Lightning
1991 : Winner, Filmfare Best Actor Award for Ghayal
2001 : Winner, Star Screen Award for Best Actor for Gadar: Ek Prem Katha
2002 : Winner, Zee Cine Special Award for Outstanding Performance- Male for Gadar: Ek Prem Katha




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